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LED strip lights are fast becoming the most sought-after type of lighting in the market today, primarily due to their low heat emissions, their ability to set the direction of light, create uniform lighting designs and maximise the usage of space. Some of their most common applications include decorative lighting; under-counter/cabinet lighting; backlighting for signs; illumination of pathways and staircases and creating effects around water features and statues.

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What kind of light can an LED strip emit?
The type of light that an LED strip emits is determined by the type of LED that is mounted on the LED strip. Today, a very wide variety of both white and colored LEDs are available. White LEDs can range from warm white (e.g. 2700K), which gives off a yellowish, warm and comfortable glow, to cool white (e.g. 6500K) which offers a crisper, more energizing bluish light closer to daylight.
Some LEDs have the capability to emit multiple colors, such as in an RGB LED strip, and by using a specialized electrical controller, virtually any color can be created. There are also LED strips that have both warm white and cool white mounted together, allowing users to dynamically achieve a range between warm white and cool white using just a single LED strip.
Where can I use LED strip lighting?
Some of the biggest advantages of LED strip lighting are that they are flexible and use low voltage. This means that any length of it can be placed in locations or objects that are not flat or straight, and with sufficient safety precautions, can come in close contact with materials such as fabric or paper without burning.

  • Custom lighting fixtures
  • Cove lighting
  • Under cabinet lighting
  • RV & automotive

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LED strip has often been installed due to high energy efficiency and enhanced safety. At you will LED trip available for purchase.

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