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Our 2835 range of LEDs offer strip lighting in a choice of colours, lengths and power ratings.
The range provides brighter LEDs than our current 5050 range at a lower price.
The 2835 strip contains a single chip as apposed to our 5050 range that contains a tri-chip. The new brighter chip gives off more light and reduces costs.
Our power supplies, dimmers and connectors are compatible with the 2835 range.
These LED strips come on a 5m reel and are available in both IP20 and IP65 (new polyurethene coating) ratings. They come in 30 or 60 LEDs per metre.
The strips have a beam angle of 120 degrees giving off a wide diffusion of light with a life expectancy of 50,000 hours.
All 12V flexible strips can be cut at any point along any of the cut lines which are spaced at every 3rd LED.
Our standard LED strips are 12V, if you intend to wire them to a 240V mains circuit. You must use an appropriate 12V constant voltage LED Driver.
You cannot exceed a 5 metre length in any one run of LED strip. If you wish to have more than 5m this can be achieved by using more than one driver or wiring back.
Always use a suitable transformer, do not wire your LED strips to the mains. Always check the driver is large enough to carry your required flexistrip.
5m of IP20 2835, 30 LEDs per metre = 36W - This must have at least a 36W driver.
5m of IP20 2835, 60 LEDs per metre = 72W - This must have at least a 72W driver, a 36W driver cannot be used.
LEDs need to be housed on a conductive material or heat sunk. Ie - they are not suitable for sticking straight to wood.