aspectLED's dynamic Single Color Flexible LED Light Sheets are the perfect solution for a wide variety of lighting applications including; retail signage, back-lighting, and other decorative lighting for holidays, trade shows, and exhibitions. These versatile flexible LED light sheets can be cut in any direction along the cut lines, allowing you to cut pieces to the length or shape that you need. They are available in Soft White, Warm White, Neutral White, and DayWhite.
- 3,400 Lumens
- 36 Watts
- Voltage: 24VDC
|Flexible LED Light Sheets|
|Dimensions||18-15/16" (480mm) long x 9-1/2" (240mm) wide x 1/4" (6mm) thick|
|LED Quantity||162 LEDs per sheet|
|Max Run||Maximum Run Length = 6 sheets. Please use both sets of connectors when using multiple sheets.|
|Cut Length||1.04"x 1.04"(26.4mm x 26.4mm)|
|IP Rating||IP20 Indoor Use
|Adhesive Backing||Yes / 3M Adhesive|
|Input Voltage||24VDC, Requires Power Supply|
|Max Luminous Flux||3,400 Lumens per sheet|
|LED Color||Soft White 2700K
Warm White 3000K
Neutral White 4000K
|Power||36 Watts per sheet|
|Estimated Lifespan||50,000 hours|
|Suitable Uses||Dry Location Only|
|Standards / Certifications||RoHS, UL Listed|
- Maintenance free
- Versatile, can be cut to fit unique applications sizes and shapes
- Available in a variety of color temperatures
- Extremely long life: up to 50,000 hours with very low time-luminosity decay
- No RF interference
- Retail Lighting
- Backlighting or edge lighting for signage
- DIY projects
- Decorative lighting for holidays, tradeshows, exhibitions
How long is the lead length on a normal strip light?
Every strip light is made with 6" wire leads on both ends of the 16.4' reel of lights. This allows you to cut the strip light anywhere and utilize both ends for your project.
How many wires are used on an RGB color changing strip light?
RGB Strip lights use 4 wires. One wire for each color Red, Green, Blue and one wire for Black(+) positive.
How do I make my CCT strip light change color?
You will need a CCT controller or a DMX color changing setup to make your RGB strip light change color. For specific questions about your application, feel free to chat with one of our LED lighting experts.
Should I choose Standard Brightness or Ultra Bright?
This is a personal preference and depends on your application. If your application requires a high or more bright lighting or if you are trying to light a larger area, go with Ultra Bright as the light will spread farther and appear brighter. If you are using these as more of an accent light and not a focal point, go with Standard Bright. If you are unsure, go with Ultra Bright and use the dimming function on your controller to allow you to choose your own brightness once installed.
Do I need Waterproof, Water Resistant or Non-Waterproof?
To select the right LED strip light, consider your application. If it is going to be used outdoors where it will be exposed to rain, humidity or moisture go with the Waterproof. The Waterproof strip lights are completely encased in silicone and can be submersed under water. They are also more resilient to heavy traffic or abuse because of this protection layer. If it will be used indoors near a sink or in a location where it might occasionally get splashed, or under a covered roof outdoors where it will be protected from most moisture, go with Water Resistant. If you are using it indoors and there is no chance of direct water or moisture exposure, the Non-Waterproof will be your best bet.
What lengths are available? What if I need longer than 16.4'?
All of our strip lights are manufactured to 16.4' (5 Meters) but they can be daisy chained together. For high volume, special orders can be made custom to length. Call or chat for more information. For specific questions about your application, feel free to chat with one of our LED lighting experts.
Can I connect multiple strip lights together?
Yes, you can but the distance you can run will depend on the voltage you select. If you plan to run more than 16 feet select 24VDC strip lights and you can run up to 32 feet or 2 full reels daisy chained together. If you plan to cut your strip lights and are looking for pre-made connectors to avoid soldering, check out our Strip Light Connectors and make your install easier. Your application may also require signal amplifiers/repeaters depending on the distance you are running from your controller. For specific questions about your application, feel free to chat with one of our LED lighting experts.
How do I connect my strip lights to the power supply?
On the strip light, there are four wires; a red, green and blue wire and a black (+) wire. These wires will screw into the terminals on your controller corresponding to their color. Your power supply will have a line(+) and neutral(-) wire that will also connect to your controller.
What gauge wire should I use to run between my strip light and my power supply?
This depends on the distance between your strip light and the power supply. We generally recommend using between 18ga and 14ga stranded wire. Longer distances require larger gauge wire. Always consult a wire gauge chart to determine the correct size wire for your application and remember that you will need to run 4 wires for RGB Color Changing lights.