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  • good for the price

    posted by Shai27

    Good price. Looks like its waterproof.
    I connect it to PC power supply. Current is 2.5Amp, so the power will be 12*2,5 = 30 Watt for 5 meters. So it's not 75W as described. Full power of 5050 3-chip diode is 0,5W at 60 mA. But 0,5W*300 = 150W per strip - it's a lot! 18A is not good for flexible pcb. A circuit consists of 150 ohm resistor and 3 LED in series. Each LED have from 3 to 3,5 Volts drop. If you want to get 60 mA current throw LED you need to use only 25 Ohm resistor! (E.g. (R=U/I) (12 Volt from power supply – 3* 3,5 Vdrop)/0,06 Amp = 25). On this strip resistor can’t be resoldered, but I can raise the voltage.
    In order to achieve 75W I need to use 15V supply, I think.
  • I'm using this 5mts led strip to light up my pond

    posted by Ninguem

    - really waterproof* !!!
    - the power supply seams to be strong enough
    - the strip light is really strong (see the images uploaded - when approved)
    - the strip is alive after 3 days 25cm under water (after a silicone work on it's start and end)
    could inform us how deep can we use it
    could have a better finishing on start and end edges
    could have a longer wire on it... I have to join the wires under water... with more silicon work hehehe
    but you can change the wire with some solder work...
    5mts led strip with very good amount of light, with low power consumption, and waterproof (almost, but easy to get it perfectly with silicone) with an accessible price!! buy it !!
  • Great For Dock

    posted by Sirram

    WaterproofWeatherproofGood light intensityVery functional on dockAble to be seen when berthing at night
    Good product and highly functional and for a water environment such as a dock works extremely well. Adds to safety and makes identification from the water much easier.
    All good. Great safety and functional product for a severe water-based environment. Contributes to the overall character of my dock as well as being a great assistance when walking and berthing at night.
  • Bright light

    posted by tiagomesser

    Produces a quite a bright light. Comes with a adhesive back (although it does not stick very well in wood). Not expensive (bought it for 15 USD when it was on 50% discount sale).
    Used in the bottom of my kitchen counter top and it produces a very good impression and light. It is very thin and short fitting very well in a small trench in the wood.
    Bright light, thin and short strip, it fits in a small trench. Good product, spite of some not working LEDs at arrival.
  • Really great package, includes everything you need

    posted by mdwyer

    - Includes a universal power supply with an IEC plug.
    - Peel-and-stick adhesive
    - Rubbery sealant
    The pictures of this item really don't do it justice. It tuns out the face is covered with a half-round clear rubbery plastic, while the back has a peel-and-stick 3M adhesive. It makes using it super easy! You literally just peel, stick, and plug in.
    Note that the power cable is NOT western style blade plug. However, the power supply is a universal 90-240V 50-60Hz one with an IEC socket, so you should have no trouble finding a plug anywhere in the world.
    Soldering involves carefully scraping away the clear plastic. It turned out easier than I expected.
    This was a great buy! I'd certainly buy again.
    Cut the clear plastic with a razor knife, touching the ribbon, but being careful not to cut through it. Then, with your fingernail, peel away the plastic. Still with your fingernail, scrape away any remaining plastic from the terminals. Tin and solder as normal.

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