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White Flexible LED strip - 30 way

White Flexible, energy efficient, LED Strips available in 0.5m and 5m in length with adhesive backing. 3 LEDs per 5cm length. They run off a 12V Power Supply.

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White Flexible LED Strip - 30-way, 0.5m
White Flexible LED Strip, 5m reel

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Product description:

These white energy efficient flexible LED strips are extremely versatile. They can be used in a wide range of lighting applications and products. The strips are adhesive backed and run off a 12DC supply.

  • Based on a 3528 surface mount LED.
  • Runs from 12V DC supply.
  • Supply current = 200mA per 0.5m length.
  • Adhesive backed.
  • Strips can be cut into shorter lengths. Cut points every 5cm.
  • Three LEDs per 5cm section.
  • Multiple sections can be soldered together to make longer lengths.
  • Tape width 8mm.
  • Thickness 0.2mm + LED height (approx. 1.8mm).
  • LED output 1100 - 1300 (lm).

Note: Though these strips are very flexible, care should be taken not to bend them around very sharp corners/angles as this may cause them to become damaged. A maximum length of 5m should not be exceeded when connecting these strips in series.

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Posted by Vic Stannard, Tuesday, 18 August 2015 on product White Flexible LED strip - 30 way


I'm unsure which of your 12v wall power units to use and how to connect them to the strips. Do they come with connectors and cable? the pics of the power supplies seem to have jacks on them...


Posted by keith mills, Friday, 29 August 2014 on product White Flexible LED strip - 30 way


i am currently in the process of planing a scouting activity using this and trying to find something that would stick it down onto a wooden surface, i have tried double sided tape and it does not seem to hold it for very long, is there anything you would suggest? thanks keith


  • Posted by Aaron Sturman on Friday, 29 August 2014
    A strong glue perhaps? I imagine a small amount of superglue or something similar would do it.
Posted by Alex kew , Friday, 15 August 2014 on product White Flexible LED strip - 30 way


Hi. To join a section of led strip to a wall supply, do you just need to cut the 2.1 mm dc connector off and solder the wires directly to the strip?


  • Posted by Aaron Sturman on Friday, 15 August 2014
    Yes that's correct, make sure your supply is the right voltage and can provide sufficient current though. Also you may want to use a voltmeter to check which wire is positive and which is negative if they aren't clearly marked.
Posted by Clare Deasy, Thursday, 26 June 2014 on product White Flexible LED strip - 30 way


What sort of power source would be needed just to power 1x 5cm section? Thanks.


  • Posted by Aaron Sturman on Thursday, 26 June 2014
    Any length requires 12V For current draw it's 200mA per 50cm so 20mA per 5cm approximately. If size is a concern you can use a 12V battery like this one 12V Battery Or you can use any of our 12V wall supplies.
Posted by Fred Webb, Friday, 11 April 2014 on product White Flexible LED strip - 30 way


I wanted to buy this along with an ipod speaker set which both take 12V power supply and was wondering if theres a way of putting the power sets together and also can you create a video making a digital clock? using these? thanks


  • Posted by Matt Macleod on Friday, 11 April 2014
    Hi Fred, that would depend on the power supply you are using. Power supplies have a limit to how much current they can draw. If the power supply is 12V 1A and your ipod speaker kit needs 1A then you cannot run more things from the same supply. However, if your power supply is rated 12V 5A and your speaker kit draws 1A then you would be able to run 0.5m of LED strips from the same supply comfortably. I don't know how you would make a digital clock from LED strips? Are you talking about making a sort of 7 segment display from short LED strips? It would be possible with a microcontroller and some relays but it would be a big project.

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