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# SPT12-3560-16-RGB

1/4" (6mm) Wide LED Tape Flexible Strip Lighting | 3535 Chip RGB 4.4 Watts 12V IP20 UL | 16.5' Roll

1/4" (6mm) Wide LED Tape Flexible Strip Lighting | 3535 Chip RGB 4.4 Watts 12V IP20 UL | 16.5' Roll

1/4" (6mm) Wide LED Tape Flexible Strip Lighting | 3535 Chip RGB 4.4 Watts 12V IP20 UL | 16.5' Roll

# SPT12-3560-16-RGB
  • Our super thing and very bright 12V flexible ribbon. UL certified and available in 3535 chip and RGB color temperature. Long lasting, plug and play with many options available.
  • This light has a robust multi-color output, but only utilizes an efficient 4.4 Watts per foot. Trimmable can be cut every 2".
  • The ribbon is sold in 16.5 Feet lengths and has a maximum run of 16.5 Feet. It requires a 12V power supply (see chart) and includes 2 DC5.5 female ends for easy connection.
  • This ribbon has a IP65 protection rating and is fully dimmable with many dimming options.
  • Supplied with high quality 3M adhesive, allowing you to securely mount the flexible ribbon inside of Outwater's aluminum channels.
  • Outwater's Solderless Advantage: Each roll comes with 4" 4PIN Connector On Each End on each end of the roll and allows you to use the drop off as an LED strip, thus saving time and money.

Quantity Pricing

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$95.76 $78.66
  • Item ships within 1 - 2 Days.

Specifications

Certification UL
Height 1/8"
Width 1/4 Inch
Chip Size 3535
Trimming Guidelines Can Be Cut Every 2"
Mounting Options Rigid Track
Required Accessories 12V Power Supply And Controller Required
Type of Adhesive 3M
Dimmable Yes
Watts per Foot 4.4 Per Foot
Constant Voltage or Current Constant Voltage
Material Flexible White PCB
Type of Connection 4" 4PIN Connector On Each End
Average Rated Life 20,000 Hours
Voltage 12V
Beam Spread 120 degrees
Total Wattage 72 Watts
Maximum Number Can Connect 16.5 Feet
IP Rating IP65
Color Temperature RGB
Number of LED Chips 300 Chips Per 16.5 Feet
Spacing Between Chips 1/2"
Wire Gauge 22AWG Connecting Cable
Roll Length 16.5 Feet

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