aspectLED's D-Series high density flexible LED strip lights are ideal for retail, commercial or industrial grade LED lighting applications where our standard and ultra bright LED strip lights aren't quite bright enough. Our High Output D-Series (high density) flexible LED strip lights are made with wire leads on both ends of each 16.4' reel and can be cut every 1", allowing you to cut pieces to the exact length that you need. Note: D-Series strip light is not compatible with any aspectLED strip light connectors due to its extremely high LED density. While it comes with wires on both ends of the reel, if another connection point is needed, soldering will be necessary.
D-Series High Output LED strip light generates more heat than most LED strip lights due to its brightness, and therefore should be used with an aluminum mounting channel/track for proper heat dissipation and optimum lifespan.
For applications where an aluminum mounting surface isn't feasible, we recommend our W-Series Ultra Bright or our N-Series Ultra Bright.
- Up to 464 Lumens/Foot
- 5.84 Watts/Foot
|Dimensions||3/8" (10mm) wide
1/16" (2mm) thick
16.4' (5M) long
|Distance Between LEDs||1/16"|
|Cut Length||1" (25.4mm)|
|IP Rating||IP44 Indoor Use
|Adhesive Backing||Yes / 3M Adhesive|
|Mounting Method||Adhesive Backing|
|Beam Angle||120 Degrees|
|Power Consumption||5.84 Watts per foot
(19.2 Watts per meter)
|Max Luminous Flux||464 Lumens per foot|
|LED Type||SMD 3528 LED Chips|
|LED Color||Warm White 3000K
Neutral White 4000K
Cool White 6000K
|LED Quantity||72 LEDs per foot
(1200 per reel)
|Max Run||16.4 feet (one reel)|
|Weight||0.4 lbs per reel|
|Average Lifespan||50,000 hours|
|Suitable Uses||Dry Location Only|
|Standards / Certifications||UL Listed, RoHS|
- Maintenance free
- Solid-state construction makes for high shock and vibration resistance
- SMD 3528 LEDs are super bright, high intensity and low power consumption
- Extremely long life: up to 50,000 hours with very low time-luminosity decay
- No RF interference
- Custom flexible PCB board color are available in white, black (special order) or yellow (special order)
- Architectural lighting for canopies, corridors, archways, windows
- Downlighting or uplighting for wall wash applications
- Backlighting or edgelighting for signage
- Edge-lighting for glass
- Under-cabinet, toe-kick, in-cove moldings
- DIY projects
- Safety stairtread and step marking
- Decorative lighting for holidays, trade shows, exhibitions
- Under counter lighting
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.
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.
How do I connect my strip lights to the power supply?
On the strip light, there are two wires; a red wire and a black wire. The red wire is the line(+) wire and the black wire is the neutral(-) wire. Your power supply will also have a line(+) and neutral(-) wire. Connect the corresponding wires together using standard wire nuts or splice/crimp connectors.
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.