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LED Light Strips with Multi Color + White LEDs - LED Tape Light with 18 SMDs/ft., 3 Chip RGBW SMD LED 5050
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|25 - 49 pieces||$166.20 each|
|50 - 99 pieces||$157.45 each|
|100 - 249 pieces||$139.96 each|
|250 - 499 pieces||$131.21 each|
|500 + pieces||$122.47 each|
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This product has been discontinued.
- Non-Weatherproof, Indoor use only unless contained within weatherproof housing or used in conjunction with weatherproofing products
NFLS-RGBW300X3 series Non-weatherproof flexible LED light strip with alternating RGB Color Changing and White high power 5050SMD LEDs. 5 meter (197 in) length with white finish and adhesive backing, can be cut into 6-LED segments. 12VDC operation. Available in RGB+Natural White, RGB+Cool White or RGB+Warm White. Dimmable - See compatible LED dimmers.
RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. Certain materials used in electronics and electrical products have been deemed hazardous to people and the environment and, therefore, must be limited. For a product to be RoHS compliant, testing must be performed and documented to show limited or no use of cadmium, hexavalent chromium, lead, mercury, polybrominated biphenyls, and polybrominated diphenyl ethers.
RGBW LED Strip with Multi Color + White LEDs
LED Tape Light with 18 LEDs per Foot
3-Chip 5050 SMD RGB and White LEDs
- Back lighting
- Cove LED lighting
- Display case LED lighting
- Accent LED lights
- Under cabinet lighting
|Beam Angle||180 degree|
|Number of LEDs in Unit||300 LEDs|
|LED Type||5050 SMD|
|LEDs per Segment||6|
|Length (in)||196.9in (16.40ft)|
|Lumen Per Foot||265 lm/ft|
|Lumen Per LED||9 RGB / 20 White|
|MCD Per Foot||42170 mcd/ft|
|MCD Per LED||1400 RGB / 3200 White|
|Price Per Foot||13.15|
|Standards And Certifications||RoHS Compliant/UL Listed|
|Strip Width||14mm (0.55in)|
|Suitable for Vehicles||Yes|
|Type||Flexible Light Strips/High Density|
|UL File Number||E357850|
|Operating Voltage Range||11~14.8 VDC|
Dimensions: 12.7cm(5") x 3.8354cm(1.51") x 3.8354cm(1.51")
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
2. 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.
|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.
|Current Draw @ Operating Voltage |
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).
|Power Consumption||CRI ||Price|
|NFLS-RGBCW300X3-WHT||196.9in (16.40ft)||RGB+Cool White||6000 K||-||-||4700 mA||56 W||74||$174.95|
|NFLS-RGBWW300X3-WHT||196.9in (16.40ft)||RGB+Warm White||2900 K||-||-||3750 mA||45 W||63||$174.95|
|NFLS-RGBNW300X3-WHT||196.9in (16.40ft)||RGB+Natural White||4000 K||-||-||4700 mA||56 W||74||$174.95|
|Foot||50mA (0.050A)||57mA (0.057A)||55mA (0.055A)||129mA (0.129A)||237mA (0.237A)|
|1/2 Meter (19.7")||83mA (0.083A)||94mA (0.094A)||90mA (0.090A)||213mA (0.213A)||390mA (0.390A)|
|5 Meter (197")||830mA (0.830A)||940mA (0.940A)||900mA (0.900A)||2130mA (2.130A)||3900mA (3.9A)|
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These lights are worth the money!
I have been doing a lot of research trying to find the perfect lights. These lights have all of the great features and a very nice remote control that is not overloaded with buttons. I especially like the feature that the lights can be on four different zones with one remote control. These lights have all of the different colors and a nice soft white glow. They are also evenly spaced, the brightness can be dimmed, there are no dark spots and the adhesive on the back is very strong. These are extremely good quality lights. Definitely worth the money compared to less expensive versions.
Warm white is not warm...
We had these installed in a kitchen remodel. Unfortunately the warm white is not warm and more blue which makes them look out of place with the rest of the warm white lighting.
Great strip if you are using natural or cool LED lighting, but a complete waste if you want a warm white...
We suggest you use the published Kelvin ratings to compare the color temperatures to other ambient lighting to insure that you will not discern an unacceptable difference.