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  • very useful, quality and a good price

    posted by diegohaedo

    the lights are of good quality.provide good lighting.put them on my bike and ran fine.have little power consumption.very useful to extend the battery life of my motorcycle.good price compared to my country.
    very useful to save the vehicles battery. easy to place.
    I recommend for motorcycles user who want to get good lighting with low consumption.I have two motorcycles and I purchase 2 more lights soon.
  • great back-lighting solution.

    posted by dustooff

    SMD 5050 standard package layout.each LED has 3 point sources of light,each on a separate pin,this could also be a con.Use as a 3 pixel element.Relatively low height compared to other SMD LED's.
    having 3 LED's in one package could allow for further matrix/multiplexing setup.maybe allows 3 pixels for each LED.Can be 'dead bugged' to make a lighting strip. This eliminates the need to prototype on a PCB.
    will probably buy more of these given stock holds.
  • Very bright quality RGB LED light

    posted by Freebs

    - Nice and compact.- Nice build quality.- Very bright.- Easy to connect and to work with.- Works nicely with PWM control.
    There are no resistors mounted on the board. They are not needed of you are working with microprocessors like the Arduino. They work directly on the PWM output pins of the Arduino (3,3V). At 3,3V the LEDs are very bright, and get warm, but extremes are not exceeded.
    For testing this module with an Arduino, follow this tutorial here: http://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ColorCrossfader
  • Makes life easy!

    posted by davemalcolm

    Very useful for when you've cut your LED strip and want to use multiple control units. Solderless connection is strong and tight, male pins fit perfectly into female jack. Wires are colour coded inside the main white cord so you can strip it and modify or extend the cord.
    The only thing that makes it male is the little male-male pins on one side. These should be for sale separately as well.
    I will be ordering more of these in bulk to keep in my kit. Best way to save money on multiple LED strip projects is buy 5m strips, cut them and use these to attached to control units.
  • Bright!

    posted by FreezyExp

    Great value for your moneyExtremely small SMD great for DIY projects that could use a little light.All six leads are presented, so you can choose to use a common cathode or annode.Or you could drive just a single color and leave the others disconnected.Comes in a strip that keeps the unused leds nice and safe untill it's time to use them
    I should buy more of these :PKeep a close eye on the amount of amparage you supply, also make sure to monitor temperature while experimenting. If the SMD gets hot, disconnect and try less amps / lower voltage
    Great value, super small, very bright if you supply the right current.

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