5M 300 LEDs SMD 3528 Flexible LED Strip Light Non-Waterproof DC 12V £1.87 @ BangGood
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5M 300 LEDs SMD 3528 Flexible LED Strip Light Non-Waterproof DC 12V £1.87 @ BangGood

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Found 2nd Feb
This is the cheapest I have found this product!
A google search will
Show you the same thing is much more expensive!
Great for adding a bit of colour to your house!

Grab a bargain!
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doesn’t include POWER SUPPLY
Suitable power supply for indoor?
How do I plug it into wall
Does anyone have any recommendations for decent quality LEDs in larger quantities?
I need 60m of 5050s and 30m of waterproof 3258. Looking for something that will last rather than nessecarily the cheapest option.
patrickpldj1 h, 27 m ago

Waterproof version. £3.67Also good price if it …Waterproof version. £3.67Also good price if it helpsm.banggood.com/5M-24W-300LEDs-SMD-3528-Pure-White-Warm-White-Flexible-LED-Strip-Light-Waterproof-DC12V-p-1171058.html?rmmds=detail-bottom-alsolike


What power suppler kit do you need for this, perfect for sticking under the eaves boards on my log cabin.
Is there a safety product recall on these?
snappyfish27 m ago

What power suppler kit do you need for this, perfect for sticking under …What power suppler kit do you need for this, perfect for sticking under the eaves boards on my log cabin.


Please see my replies above.
First one needs wiring up. Would suit your needs
Here you go;

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Edited by: "patrickpldj" 3rd Feb
This seems like the type where you get individual coloured LEDs. The other one where a single led emits RGB colour spectrum are much much better and look nicer in my opinion
10M SMD 3528 Waterproof RGB 600 LED Strip Light + Controller + Cable Connector + Adapter DC12V
for £7.92
Holy Smokes!! (literally)
LED wallpaper, not too far away at this price.
We get rid of that arrogant and dumpy Frau Merkel and get better access to quality products from China at even lower prices.

How's that for the perfect win-win!
cb-uk4 h, 12 m ago

We get rid of that arrogant and dumpy Frau Merkel and get better access to …We get rid of that arrogant and dumpy Frau Merkel and get better access to quality products from China at even lower prices.How's that for the perfect win-win!


Siiiiiiick
only thing about these lights is that the adhesive only lasts about a couple of weeks then just falls off wherver youve stuck them
mac161150 m ago

only thing about these lights is that the adhesive only lasts about a …only thing about these lights is that the adhesive only lasts about a couple of weeks then just falls off wherver youve stuck them


Yes your quite right and even if that. If you want to protect what your putting it on you will need some kind of base layer that will stick and then superglue to led strips to that layer as dependent on how much you want to use the lights the bulbs die out eventually which will then require replacement
I bought some of these the other day are are two basic problem with the, one is that they are not bright 24w led equivelent about 120w over 5 meters is not bright. Secondly there is a big voltage drop across the 5 meter so close to the end connected to powersupply its bright and other end is less bright. One realy needs to run a separate pair of wire next yo it and connect it to the strip every 1 meters. Professional strips run on 240v and have localized powersupply on the strip.
whok18441 h, 31 m ago

I bought some of these the other day are are two basic problem with the, …I bought some of these the other day are are two basic problem with the, one is that they are not bright 24w led equivelent about 120w over 5 meters is not bright. Secondly there is a big voltage drop across the 5 meter so close to the end connected to powersupply its bright and other end is less bright. One realy needs to run a separate pair of wire next yo it and connect it to the strip every 1 meters. Professional strips run on 240v and have localized powersupply on the strip.


Or 24V ones - 1/4 of the copper losses, and the constant current ones are much more efficient too.
£1.12 on Aliexpress if you use the app. If only I knew how to post a deal from their app.
Hi All,

Please forgive with my noob questions but I need some help with understanding LED Strip lights.

I have seen a few versions on the net/ebay etc - one which is powered by the the Mains AC & another which is powered by USB cable.

1) If I get a a USB Cable version, can I simply connect the USB cable to a USB Wall Plug Adapter & then just plug it into the Mains like we do with most USB Devices? Is this safe?

2) Ideally, I need one with a Dimming function & some sort of control - I just want Warm White but the single colour strips I have seen have very limited options - the multi colour RGB ones seem to have a RC with a dimming function & I have seen "Full Kits" go for about £8-£16. On these RGB Kits can one set a "Warm White" colour or is one just stuck with the set colours any kit offers? I ask as they all seem to offer just plain bright white or yellow?

3) Regardless of whether a Strip/Kit is USB or Mains Powered, - must one always use a power transformer/adapter of some kind? I do not understand what all the Volts & Wattage numbers mean tbh. I need a a strip that is about 2m, offers Warm White, is dimmable & preferably has a handheld remote at a reasonable price

- Can anyone be kind enough to help a noob out please?

Big Thanks!
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