What You Should Know About Strip Lights

LED strip lights, ribbons or tapes are becoming just about the most popular LED products out there. They did not just replace incandescent ribbons, however some of the fluorescent tubes as well, and of course gave endless options for advertisements and decoration of bars, hotels, along with other public places.

Tips when choosing LED strip lights

In order to purchase the right units you need to consider some factors which include:

Where to place the pieces: Should you be looking to illuminate a small, enclosed area, such as the inside of a cabinet or underneath a shelf, we propose utilizing a low brightness strip. If you are adding accent lighting to the underside of a kitchen cabinet or behind some furniture, we suggest using an LED strip with a mid-range brightness.

Brightness: Strips come in various different brightness. The brightness of a strip is generally determined by the size and number of LEDs about the strip itself. As a rule of thumb, the more and larger LEDs you’ve got, the brighter the strip. The following guidelines are made to give you a rough guide of which LED Strips are suitable for which applications.

Ease of switching the lights on and off: Various companies have different features on their units. A few of the companies enable you to handle various aspects of the lights although some allow you to control only one area. You should pick the strips that work the best for you.

Color: Your choice of color is solely determined by your choice. A few of the colors you could select from include: warm white, pure white, RGB, RGBW, single color, and many more. You should select the one that you like the most.

Installation Guide

Basically LED strip lighting may come as a tape or ribbon with LEDs along the length of it. It may be cut at certain points into the lengths you require. As the backing is flexible you can use it on curves as well as straight edges and since it is very thin it can easily be concealed to give subtle lighting in recesses and display cases. Most LED strip lighting comes with double-sided adhesive tape on the back for easy attachment without messy adhesives.

These lighting is fully customizable and cutting them is extremely simple. They have small cutting points along their length which is often cut with a decent pair of scissors, so as not to damage the circuit board. Always make certain you cut the LED Strip at the end away from the transformer. Once they are cut they are ready to go!

 

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