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Waterproof LED Light Bar - 3.3ft (1m) Super Flexible LED Bar with 30 SMDs/ft., 5mm DIP LED
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|50 - 99 pieces||$14.36 to $22.46 each|
|100 - 499 pieces||$12.76 to $19.96 each|
|500 - 999 pieces||$11.96 to $18.71 each|
|1000 + pieces||$11.17 to $17.47 each|
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WFLB series waterproof flexible LED light strip with 96 wide view 5mm LEDs. 96.5 cm (38 in) completely rubber encapsulated strips (can be cut each 3-LED segment) and will conform to most shapes up to 0.25 inch minimum radius. 9~14.8 VDC operation. Units have 20" power wires on both ends for connecting end to end. Dimmable - See compatible LED dimmers.
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Waterproof LED Light Bar
3.3ft (1m) Super Flexible LED Light Bar with 30 LEDs per Foot
5mm DIP LEDs
- Stair/Walkway LEDs
- Vehicle Accent Lighting
- Boat/Marine LED Lights
- RV LED Lighting
- Accent Lighting
|WFLB-x96 series Waterproof Flexible Light Bars use 5mm LEDs with 80° viewing angle|
|Beam Angle||80 degree|
|Current Draw @ 12 Volts DC||640mA|
|Current Draw per Foot||203mA|
|Water Resistance||Waterproof IP67|
|Number of LEDs in Unit||96 LEDs|
|LED Lifetime||10000 Hours|
|LEDs per Segment||96|
|Lumen (Max)||269 Lumen|
|Suitable for Vehicles||Yes|
|Total Power Consumption||7.7 Watts|
|Type||Flexible Light Strips/Side Emitting|
|Operating Voltage Range||9~14.8 VDC|
|Wattage per Foot||2.5 Watts|
Dimensions: 96.5cm(37.99") x 0.32cm(0.13") x 1.34cm(0.53")
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
1. Current Draw is used to size fuses and wire for a circuit. Current draw is the amount of energy consumed by an LED or LEDs in an electrical circuit at a specific voltage, measured in amps (A) or milliamps (mA).
3. Max Run (or maximum run) is used to recommend the total number of devices that can run in succession without experiencing dimming due to excessive voltage drop in a series circuit (end to end). When Max Run is reached, power wires for additional devices must be 'home run' directly back to the power source, starting a new run.
|Part NO||Total Length||Emitting Color||CCT / Wavelength |
CCT is used to express the color or shade of white light. The Correlated Color Temperature is the measure of the color appearance of the light emitted from a light source, measured in degrees kelvin (K). The CCT rating is a general 'warmth' or 'coolness' measure of its appearance. Wavelength is used to express a specific color of light other than whites. Wavelength is the portion of the visible spectrum that the human eye can detect, between 380 and 700 nanometers (nm). When trying to match an existing bulb color choose a replacement that most closely matches the CCT or wavelength of the original.
|Intensity Per Foot||Intensity||Radiant Power||Beam Angle |
Beam angle is used to express the width of the light emitting from the source. The narrower the beam angle the more focused the light energy is. Comparing two 40 watt lights one with a beam angle of 30(a) and another with a beam angle of 90(b), They both produce the same amount of light output but (a) will appear brighter in the beam angle compared to (b) at the sacrifice of light spread.
|WFLB-CW96||38.0in (3.17ft)||Cool White||6000 K||85 lm/ft||269 lm||-||-||-||$20.95|
|WFLB-WW96||38.0in (3.17ft)||Warm White||3300 K||83 lm/ft||264 lm||-||-||-||$20.95|
|WFLB-B96||38.0in (3.17ft)||Blue||467 nm||30322 mcd/ft||96000 mcd||-||-||-||$18.95|
|WFLB-G96||38.0in (3.17ft)||Green||520 nm||48515 mcd/ft||153600 mcd||-||-||-||$18.95|
|WFLB-R96||38.0in (3.17ft)||Red||627 nm||33354 mcd/ft||105600 mcd||-||-||-||$18.95|
|WFLB-O96||38.0in (3.17ft)||Orange||615 nm||30322 mcd/ft||96000 mcd||-||-||-||$15.95|
|WFLB-Y96||38.0in (3.17ft)||Yellow||590 nm||33354 mcd/ft||105600 mcd||-||-||-||$20.95|
|WFLB-UV96||38.0in (3.17ft)||UV||405 nm||24258 mcd/ft||76800 mcd||-||-||-||$24.95|
WFLB-x96 Mounting Bracket
Designated cut lines on WFLB-x96 Can be cut, but no reconnection is possible
Warranty void if product is cut
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Can be used many ways. I used under bumper and inside air intake vents on a truck. Hold up well even with salt on roads on the east coast. Easy to mount using mounting clips.
Give your ride a little attitude....
If you want to give your car a little attitude and some coolness, order these lights.
I have a '07 Scion TC daily driver (50+ miles a day) in NYC. I'm in my 40's and wanted to increase the style of my car's looks, add a DRL effect for safety. However, I didn't want to look like 'that old dude" building a tuner to impress the 22-yr old interns from the office.
I purchased one cool white bar and had enough length to install under both headlights. I used some clear silicone to attach them. It took a little time to cure, but it did not affect the lights surface, the headlights or the car's paint in any way.
I ran the power through the firewall to the 12v lighter power to switch off on its own. When they came on - WOW! They matched my HIDs perfectly (6000k).
Feeling inspired,I ordered the red light bar to accent my tail lights. I've seen them on SUVs, so I thought "why not?" I think of it as an added safety option.
Hopefully, I'm really not having that mid-life crisis after all.