Lepro LED Strip Light 5M 300 LEDs, IP65, Daylight White 6000K, 1200lm Bright LED Tape Lights for Home, Kitchen, Rooms and More (12V Power Supply Not Included)

£9.9
FREE Shipping

Lepro LED Strip Light 5M 300 LEDs, IP65, Daylight White 6000K, 1200lm Bright LED Tape Lights for Home, Kitchen, Rooms and More (12V Power Supply Not Included)

Lepro LED Strip Light 5M 300 LEDs, IP65, Daylight White 6000K, 1200lm Bright LED Tape Lights for Home, Kitchen, Rooms and More (12V Power Supply Not Included)

RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
£9.9 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

LED strip brightness is typically described in lumens per foot (or meter). A good quality LED strip should provide at least 450 lumens per foot (1500 lumens per meter), which provides approximately the same amount of light output per foot as a traditional T8 fluorescent lamp. (E.g. 4-ft T8 fluorescent = 4-ft of LED strip = 1800 lumens).

Lepro 5M Waterproof LED Strip Light, Daylight White 6000K

With their allocated cut points, these neutral white LED strip lights can be cut to size or connected to other lengths of LED strip. They're available in a variety of widths and lengths, allowing you to customise your display to suit your needs. Brightness of LED strips is determined using the metric lumens. Unlike incandescent bulbs, different LED strips can have different levels of efficiency, so a wattage rating is not always meaningful in determining actual light output. Example scenario connecting 5 ft of LED strip where LED strip power consumption is 4 Watts per foot: You may come across various LED emitter names such as 2835, 3528, 5050 or 5730. Do not worry too much about this, as what is most important in an LED strip is the number of LEDs per foot, and the power draw per foot. Circuitboard Composition & Quality- For higher power LED strips, the quality and specification of the underlying circuitboard is paramount. Because high levels of electrical current must travel through each section, sufficient copper material is needed. Look for LED strips with a copper weight of at least 2 oz, and ideally 4 oz to ensure the circuitboard can handle the higher power - otherwise, you can become victim to voltage drop.

The aluminum channels may help dissipate the heat from the LED strips, but for the most part they are not necessary for thermal management and are primarily for mounting and diffusion purposes.

Best LED strip lights 2023: Add light and style to your

Make sure that your power supply has enough power capacity to power the LED strips (detailed steps here). Every DC power supply will list its maximum rated current (in Amps) or power (in Watts). Determine the total power draw of the LED strip using the following formula:

Want to learn more?

You may have correctly read elsewhere that LEDs need effective thermal management for reliable operation. Higher quality LED strip light products actually underdrive the LEDs, and are designed to last tens of thousands of hours without any heatsinking. During operation, the LED strip can get warm to the touch, but the temperature rise is far below the thermal limits of the LEDs and circuitboard components. (Our products typically exhibit temperature rises of 55 F or 30 C over ambient temperatures, without any heatsinking). LED density is important in determining the distance between LEDs (pitch) and whether or not there will be visible hotspots and dark spots between the LED emitters. A higher density of 36 LEDs per foot (120 LEDs per meter) will typically provide the best, most evenly distributed lighting effect. LED emitters are the most expensive component of LED strip manufacturing, so be sure to account for LED density differences when comparing LED strip prices.

LED Batten Lights | LED Battens | Screwfix LED Batten Lights | LED Battens | Screwfix

There are two primary types of colored LED strip: fixed single color, and color changing. A fixed color LED strip emits just one color, and the operating principle is just like the white LED strips we discussed above. A color-changing LED strip consists of multiple color channels on a single LED strip. The most basic type will include red, green and blue channels (RGB), allowing you to dynamically mix the various color components on the fly to achieve virtually any color. The TP-Link Tapo Smart Lights can be scheduled and synced with other TP-Link devices and controlled via Alexa, Google Home or Apple HomeKit without the need for an additional hub. The strip and plug are weather-resistant and so safe to set up outdoors, although this does mean that you’re unable to cut or extend the strip as you can with traditional LED strip lights. The Outdoor Flex Light can, however, act as a signal repeater should you want to pair it with other compatible lights. Next, consider an LED strip light's power draw per foot. The power draw tells us the amount of power the system will consume, so this is important to determine your electricity costs and power supply requirements (see below). A good quality LED strip should be capable of providing 4 watts per foot or more (15 W/meter).Most LED strips are configured to operate at 12V or 24V DC. When running off of a standard mains supply power source (e.g. household wall outlet) at 120/240V AC, the power needs to be converted to the appropriate low voltage DC signal. This is most frequently and simply accomplished using a DC power supply. Choose between a wide range of wattages, lumens, and CRI options. All of our natural LED light strips are designed to offer a comfortable middle ground between other types of lighting. The natural white LEDs are not as cool in terms of colour temperature as our cool white LED strips (6000K) or as warm as our warm white LED strips (2000–3000K). Instead, their tone is carefully balanced at 4000K to sit neutrally in between the two.



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop