Led IR remote controller with over charging and short circuit protection, memory function.
Our Led light 12v is double layer copper on PCB board to keep the mixed colors more even
The ROPE LIGHT has 300 waterproof 5050 RGB SMD Leds in 16.4ft with dimming and brightness controls, suitable for indoor outdoor lighting and décor. Such as kitchen, under cabinet, dining room etc, garden, patio, balcony etc.
These color changing leds will change colors and speed automatically, 6 DIY button for 4096 colors.
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Use the adhesive tape to put the strip light anywhere for a beautiful glow. The 44-key remote controller offers 20 preset colors at your finger tips. Experiment with the 3 prime colors and create more than 4000 color variations. You can even save your color combo for future use.
Using a double layer of copper on a PCB board, the lights offer lower resistance, better energy efficiency, and color combinations that look more natural and saturated. The thicker copper layer also helps heat dissipation and prolongs the LED lifespan.
The lights are perfect for using outdoors thanks to the IP65 weatherproof rating - protection against humidity and the occasional splashing.
|No. of LED||300 LEDs|
|Color||Red,blue,green,white,rose red,orange,light yellow,dark yellow,light green,dark green,purple,violet,beige,cyan|
|Size||44 key Remote Controller|
|Wattage||60w Power Supply|
The questions and answers below were created by Amazon customers, who are not affiliated or in any way officially connected with TaoTronics. Please follow their advice at your own discretion.
Two, but you need to have a different power supply if you hook two up together. The rated wattage of the supplied power brick is not enough to run two strips at full power. It would probably work, but the led brightness would be dim. The power brick appears to be a surplus computer power cord, so you can probably find a replacement with the same voltage but higher wattage easily.
Are you putting these on your car...? I ask because it's 13.7v on a car and not 12v. The extra voltage would overdrive the leds and shorten their life. Otherwise just cut the end off the power supply that goes to the controller and splice in your 12v hookup. Be sure to keep your polarity correct. Center on the jack should be positive IIRC.
Yes, BUT very tricky, okay lights come 110 Ac with a transformer the drops it to 12volt DC. Clear as mud!!!
Yes, there are markings every so often, to cut shorter. Do so before removing adhesive backing. And at the right point.