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5 Meters Individually Addressable Color Ws2812B Waterproof 5050 Smd Rgb Ws2811 Led Strip White Pcb 60 Leds/m Dc 5V

5 Meters Individually Addressable Color Ws2812B Waterproof 5050 Smd Rgb Ws2811 Led Strip White Pcb 60 Leds/m Dc 5V
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  • Item TypeStrip
  • Average Life (Hrs)50000
  • WaterproofYes
  • CertificationCcc,rohs
  • OccasionLiving Room
  • Power SourceDc
  • Strip TypeSmd
  • Leds Number/m60 Pcs/m
  • Specifications (Light Beads / M)60Led /m
  • Voltage5V
  • Power Consumption (W/m)18
  • Place Of OriginGuangdong, China Mainland
  • SizeL500Cm (5M) X W1.2Cm X T0.25Cm
  • Emitting ColorDream Color
  • Leds Quantity300Leds/5 Meters
  • Led Chip ModelWs2812B
  • Is_CustomizedYes
  • Wattage90
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Package included: 1x5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V
5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V

5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V

5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V

5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V

5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V

5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V

5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V

What is the SMD 5050 LED? The SMD 5050 LED unit used in this strip actually contains 3 LEDs, one red, one green and one blue. The intensity of each LED is controlled individually, and the mixing of these three colors can produce virtually any color under the rainbow. What is the WS2811 integrated circuit (IC)? Every LED on the strip has a corresponding IC that allows it to be controlled independently of the other LEDs. This is what "digitally addressable" means. The WS2811 chipset delivers 24-bit performance which allows over 16 million possible colors and shades, more than discernible by the human eye, and uses a single line for both clock and data signals. Please note this is the WS2811 chipset and not the WS2801 or LPD8806, as are offered elsewhere. How do I make the strip light up? Good question. It\'s not as simple as plugging it into a wall socket, and you can\'t use just any off-the-shelf RGB controller. Many people write their own software to drive the LED pixels using a micro controller like Arduino, Teensy or Raspberry Pi with the FastSPI library. If you prefer to not write your own code, a quality controller you might look into is the T-1000S, a China-made device that is programmable via an SD card reader. What are the strip\'s technical specifications? The strip operates at 5 volts. Each meter contains 60 LEDs which, when operating at full brightness, consume 0.3 watts each. Thus, one meter of strip consumes 18 watts, or 3.6 Amps. The strip is cuttable and has soldering points at every LED. The silicone waterproof housing is rated at IP67, allowing for installation outdoors. The LEDs are rated for 50,000 hours. The dimensions of the strip are 10mm wide and 2.2mm tall. Anything else I should know? Yes, a few tips. Use a quality, regulated power supply that will provide adequate current. If you\'re daily-chaining multiple reels, you may need to supplement in-line power to compensate for current loss. Whatever you do, do not exceed 5 volts or you risk frying the strip. Finally Arduino and other micro controller users note: don\'t draw power directly from your processor as you might fry it! Package included: 1x5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V
What is the SMD 5050 LED? The SMD 5050 LED unit used in this strip actually contains 3 LEDs, one red, one green and one blue. The intensity of each LED is controlled individually, and the mixing of these three colors can produce virtually any color under the rainbow. What is the WS2811 integrated circuit (IC)? Every LED on the strip has a corresponding IC that allows it to be controlled independently of the other LEDs. This is what "digitally addressable" means. The WS2811 chipset delivers 24-bit performance which allows over 16 million possible colors and shades, more than discernible by the human eye, and uses a single line for both clock and data signals. Please note this is the WS2811 chipset and not the WS2801 or LPD8806, as are offered elsewhere. How do I make the strip light up? Good question. It\'s not as simple as plugging it into a wall socket, and you can\'t use just any off-the-shelf RGB controller. Many people write their own software to drive the LED pixels using a micro controller like Arduino, Teensy or Raspberry Pi with the FastSPI library. If you prefer to not write your own code, a quality controller you might look into is the T-1000S, a China-made device that is programmable via an SD card reader. What are the strip\'s technical specifications? The strip operates at 5 volts. Each meter contains 60 LEDs which, when operating at full brightness, consume 0.3 watts each. Thus, one meter of strip consumes 18 watts, or 3.6 Amps. The strip is cuttable and has soldering points at every LED. The silicone waterproof housing is rated at IP67, allowing for installation outdoors. The LEDs are rated for 50,000 hours. The dimensions of the strip are 10mm wide and 2.2mm tall. Anything else I should know? Yes, a few tips. Use a quality, regulated power supply that will provide adequate current. If you\'re daily-chaining multiple reels, you may need to supplement in-line power to compensate for current loss. Whatever you do, do not exceed 5 volts or you risk frying the strip. Finally Arduino and other micro controller users note: don\'t draw power directly from your processor as you might fry it! Package included: 1x5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V Package included: 1x5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V Package included: 1x5 Meters Individually Addressable Color WS2812B Waterproof 5050 SMD RGB WS2811 LED Strip White PCB 60 LEDs/M DC 5V
What is the SMD 5050 LED? The SMD 5050 LED unit used in this strip actually contains 3 LEDs, one red, one green and one blue. The intensity of each LED is controlled individually, and the mixing of these three colors can produce virtually any color under the rainbow. What is the WS2811 integrated circuit (IC)? Every LED on the strip has a corresponding IC that allows it to be controlled independently of the other LEDs. This is what "digitally addressable" means. The WS2811 chipset delivers 24-bit performance which allows over 16 million possible colors and shades, more than discernible by the human eye, and uses a single line for both clock and data signals. Please note this is the WS2811 chipset and not the WS2801 or LPD8806, as are offered elsewhere. How do I make the strip light up? Good question. It\'s not as simple as plugging it into a wall socket, and you can\'t use just any off-the-shelf RGB controller. Many people write their own software to drive the LED pixels using a micro controller like Arduino, Teensy or Raspberry Pi with the FastSPI library. If you prefer to not write your own code, a quality controller you might look into is the T-1000S, a China-made device that is programmable via an SD card reader. What are the strip\'s technical specifications? The strip operates at 5 volts. Each meter contains 60 LEDs which, when operating at full brightness, consume 0.3 watts each. Thus, one meter of strip consumes 18 watts, or 3.6 Amps. The strip is cuttable and has soldering points at every LED. The silicone waterproof housing is rated at IP67, allowing for installation outdoors. The LEDs are rated for 50,000 hours. The dimensions of the strip are 10mm wide and 2.2mm tall. Anything else I should know? Yes, a few tips. Use a quality, regulated power supply that will provide adequate current. If you\'re daily-chaining multiple reels, you may need to supplement in-line power to compensate for current loss. Whatever you do, do not exceed 5 volts or you risk frying the strip. Finally Arduino and other micro controller users note: don\'t draw power directly from your processor as you might fry it! What is the SMD 5050 LED? The SMD 5050 LED unit used in this strip actually contains 3 LEDs, one red, one green and one blue. The intensity of each LED is controlled individually, and the mixing of these three colors can produce virtually any color under the rainbow. What is the WS2811 integrated circuit (IC)? Every LED on the strip has a corresponding IC that allows it to be controlled independently of the other LEDs. This is what "digitally addressable" means. The WS2811 chipset delivers 24-bit performance which allows over 16 million possible colors and shades, more than discernible by the human eye, and uses a single line for both clock and data signals. Please note this is the WS2811 chipset and not the WS2801 or LPD8806, as are offered elsewhere. How do I make the strip light up? Good question. It\'s not as simple as plugging it into a wall socket, and you can\'t use just any off-the-shelf RGB controller. Many people write their own software to drive the LED pixels using a micro controller like Arduino, Teensy or Raspberry Pi with the FastSPI library. If you prefer to not write your own code, a quality controller you might look into is the T-1000S, a China-made device that is programmable via an SD card reader. What are the strip\'s technical specifications? The strip operates at 5 volts. Each meter contains 60 LEDs which, when operating at full brightness, consume 0.3 watts each. Thus, one meter of strip consumes 18 watts, or 3.6 Amps. The strip is cuttable and has soldering points at every LED. The silicone waterproof housing is rated at IP67, allowing for installation outdoors. The LEDs are rated for 50,000 hours. The dimensions of the strip are 10mm wide and 2.2mm tall. Anything else I should know? Yes, a few tips. Use a quality, regulated power supply that will provide adequate current. If you\'re daily-chaining multiple reels, you may need to supplement in-line power to compensate for current loss. Whatever you do, do not exceed 5 volts or you risk frying the strip. Finally Arduino and other micro controller users note: don\'t draw power directly from your processor as you might fry it!
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