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CLEARANCE: Smart / Pixel LED RGB Strip 30 LEDs/m 30 Pixels/m Waterproof Tube (16ft-6in/5 meter Roll) - 12v / INK1003 (WS2811 clone) - White PCB Background

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Product Code: 717-WHITE

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How 12v Strip with Buck Converters Work
Product Features
  • Features
    • Please note that these require a smart pixel controller - these will not work with dumb controllers!
    • Smart / Pixel Strip
    • Pixel protocol INK1003 (compatible with most controllers that work with WS2811. Confirmed compatibility with AlphaPix 4 / 16, Falcon 16, PixLite 4/16, SanDevices E682.
    • Viewing angle of 120 degrees
    • Includes standard, non-waterproof, 4" leader/pig tail wires with plug to mate with plug on strip
    • White PCB circuit board background
    • Not generally recommended for house outlines
  • Lights
    • Total LEDs per Strip: 150 of 5mm x 5mm (5050) RGB LED Lights
    • Total Individually Controllable Sections per Strip: 150 Sections (30 per meter) - each ~1.3" in length, contain 1 RGB LED lights per section (each individual LED is directly controllable)
    • Each pixel, which takes up about 1.3 inches, can be cut. Note that there are a "buck converter" on this strip which may limit use on some projects.
    • One buck converter per 30 LEDs / 1 meter / ~39"
    • Total DMX channels required: 450 DMX Channels (150 sections, each with three channels - Red, Green, Blue)
    • Output Order: RED/ GREEN / BLUE
  • Dimensions
    • .46 inches / 14.2mm Wide
    • 196.8 inches / 16.3 Feet / 5m Long (strip only, excludes lead in wire)
  • Wiring colors:
    • Red = Power Input Anode / + / Positive
    • Black = Power Input Cathode / - / Negative
    • Green = Data Signal
    • ~4" Lead In and Lead Out wires (three wires)
  • Power
    • 12v DC Input
    • 7.2 Watts per Meter / 36 Watts per 5 Meter Roll

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Quality Product September 20, 2017
Reviewer: Quartuccio Manuele from Italy  
Quality product, durable, high brightness.

perfect for  installations in bright rooms...

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Great Inexpensive LED Strip December 9, 2016
Reviewer: John Pucci from Sacramento, CA United States  
These strips are great for those items that don't need to be addressable every pixel.  Perfect for house, rail, or roof use.  Actually better than 30-30s for outlines.  Very bright and easy to use with attached waterproof connectors.

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30/30 August 17, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Riverbank, CA United States  
exactly what I wanted. Remember these have buck converters and are wider than 12mm.

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Great product for a Mega Tree August 11, 2016
Reviewer: Steve Darby from Gilroy , CA United States  
All of the pixels worked perfectly. Shopping and price was great.

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Great strips July 10, 2016
Reviewer: Jesse Nietzer from South Plainfield, NJ United States  
IThey are exactly as described and very bright. Only comment I have is that there are only 5 buck converters in the entire string, so you can really only cut the strip into meter sections. The page for these says you can cut every 7 pixels, but it is really every 30 unless you want to power them in 5v or keep the 5v connected through the cut.

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