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D-Series High Density Flexible LED Strip Light - High Output (72 LEDs/foot)

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This product requires a power supply.

UL listed RoHS Compliant 3 Year Dimmable

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 an aluminum mounting channel/track is required 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
  • Cut Length:
  • Run Length:
Part # AL-SL-DN-HO
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
Dry Location
Adhesive Backing Yes / 3M Adhesive
Mounting Method Adhesive Backing
Input Voltage 24VDC
Beam Angle 120 Degrees
Dimmable Yes
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
Blue 465-470nm
Green 520-525nm
Red 620-625nm
Yellow 590-595nm
LED Quantity 72 LEDs per foot
(1200 per reel)
Max Run 16.4 feet (one reel)
Weight 0.4 lbs per reel
Compatible Power Supplies Never use with MLV power supplies!
Average Lifespan 50,000 hours
Warranty 3 Year
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

Have a question and don't see the answer below? Chat live with an LED Expert

How long is the lead length on a normal strip light?

Every strip light is made with 22 gauge, 6" long wire leads on both ends of the 16.4' reel of lights. This allows you to cut the strip light on the cut marks and utilize both ends for your project. 

Should I choose Standard Brightness or Ultra Bright? 

This is a personal preference and depends on your application. If you generally like your light levels high or brighter or if you are trying to light a larger area, go with Ultra Bright as the light will spread farther. If you generally like a dimmer light, go with Standard Bright. For example, Standard Bright will still be bright enough to light a counter as under-cabinet lighting and makes a nice accent lighting for cove lighting. However, if you want more of a task lighting for your counters, or you want to wash a wall with light, you will likely be happier with Ultra Bright. If you are unsure, go with Ultra Bright and use a dimmer 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 your strip will be installed indoors near a sink or in a location where it might occasionally get splashed, go with the Water Resistant. If you are installing your strip indoors and there is no chance of direct water or moisture exposure, the Non-Waterproof will be your best bet.

What lengths are available?

Our strip lights are manufactured to 16.4' (5 Meters) reels. For some styles you can daisy chain 2 reels together to form a 32’ (10 meters) max run. Special order custom length strips are available, minimum order quantities may apply. For more information, please reach out to one of our LED lighting experts via chat, email or phone.  

How do I connect my strip lights to the power supply?

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 V(+) wire and the black wire is the V(-) wire as indicated on the strip itself. Your power supply output will also have a V(+) and V(-) 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 will depend on multiple variables, such as the distance between your strip light and the power supply, your starting voltage, as well as how many total lighting products you are using. Our LED lighting products, including strip lights, will operate normally with up to a maximum of 10% voltage drop.  If you measure your voltage drop to be higher than 10% at the end of one of your wire runs, you will need to either shorten your wire length, or go to a thicker wire gauge (or both).  If you are unsure on how to proceed with your wiring, we recommend consulting with a certified licensed electrician to determine the correct size wire for your application. 

Which voltage option should I choose?

Both options perform well and would not affect the lumen output of the strip lights. Both options would require the use of a power supply. 12VDC strip lights are popular for battery powered applications like automotive, motorcycle, boat/marine applications, or anywhere where you are connecting to a 12VDC supply. Our 12V strip lights also typically have the cut points closer together. 24VDC option is the most popular for residential and commercial applications. 24VDC is a safe low voltage, dims the best, and is the most stable and reliable voltage for your aspectLED strip lights.