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16.4ft (5m) RGB+WHITE Color Changing LED Strip Lights - RGBW Waterproof Flexible LED Light Strip - 5050 Epistar SMD 300LEDs - Waterproof IP65

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-High brightness: alternating 150 pieces 3-in-1 RGB LEDs with additional 150 solid white color LEDs on the ribbon to achieve color-changing effect and “true white” lighting-no more “mixed white”
-Advanced generation: Enhanced 50% extra brightness and 20% increased contrast ratio, comparing to traditional RGB strip light
-Energy efficient: Low voltage 12V safe input voltage; low consumption; no mercury and radiation
-Flexible and re-sizabale: cuttable every three LEDs at the marked intervals; rejoin by a simple solder; solder-free easy connector available in store
-Wide application: indoor and outdoor use, holiday decoration and event mood-booster, creative lighting application

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on 2017-06-23.

Description

As a professional LED strip light user, are you sick of “fake white” color which is mixed out by red, green and blue of LED light? If you are looking for LED strip light that can emit both colorful light and “true white” color in the same time, you already found your solution here!

This advanced RGB+WHITE LED strip light is assembled with 150 pcs RGB 3-in-1 5050 SMD LED chips and 150 pcs PURE WHITE sub-pixel chips, which will achieve both color-changing and single white color lighting effect. With 50% more light, comparing to the traditional RGB LED strip light, this strip light can be used for architectural and decorative purposes. Furthermore, the contrast ratio also increased by 20%. Contrast ratio is defined as the ratio of the luminance of the brightest color (white) to that of the darkest color (black) that the system is capable of producing.

The white color of Traditional RGB strip light is mixed out by RED, GREEN and BLUE, and is usually not “pure white”. Plenty of end users complained about the white color is way too “blue” to be “true white” and became unsatisfied about it. The impurity of white color emit from traditional RGB LED strip light makes the light less attractive and practical to application with need of white light.

Application:
Widely used for home decoration, hotels, clubs, shopping mall and sign lighting;
Architectural decorative lighting, boutique ambiance lighting, Decorative lights for holiday, event and exhibition;
Extensively applied as back Lighting, concealed lighting, channel letter lighting;
Applicable for automobile and bicycle decoration, border or contour lighting

Input Voltage: DC12V, 14.4W/m
Light source: 300 pcs 5050 Epistar SMD LEDs
Long-life span: 50.000 hours using life
Power: 72W/Roll/5m
Color: RGB+White
Beam angle: 120 degree
Water-proof rating: IP65
Dimension: (L) 196.9*(W) 0.4*(H) 0.3 inch
3M self-adhesive tape on the back

Specifications

UPC 616320521035
SKU Y00OID3QIS
Warranty one year
accessories with controller
Color RGB+W
Ribbon Length 16.4ft
Ribbon Width 10mm
Quantity of LEDs 300
Certification No
Waterproof Rating IP65
Input Voltage 12V
Length 16.4ft
LED Type 5050
Feature Strip Light top emitting
Certification

Quick Overview

-High brightness: alternating 150 pieces 3-in-1 RGB LEDs with additional 150 solid white color LEDs on the ribbon to achieve color-changing effect and “true white” lighting-no more “mixed white”
-Advanced generation: Enhanced 50% extra brightness and 20% increased contrast ratio, comparing to traditional RGB strip light
-Energy efficient: Low voltage 12V safe input voltage; low consumption; no mercury and radiation
-Flexible and re-sizabale: cuttable every three LEDs at the marked intervals; rejoin by a simple solder; solder-free easy connector available in store
-Wide application: indoor and outdoor use, holiday decoration and event mood-booster, creative lighting application

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