- Max Lumens (on blended white) : 550/m
- LED's Per Metre : 840
- Colour : RGB
- PCB Width : 10mm
- Cut Points : 25mm
- Operating Voltage : 24v
- Backing Tape : 3M VHB
- Find out how to manage longer runs, over 7m.
Line10-RGB - no spotting - a continuous and even light along the whole length.
Made with the latest manufacturing techniques means a massive 840 LED's per metre for no spotting even without a diffuser. This is an LED Strip which is perfect for DIY installation as it comes with a range of solder free connectors. It's small size means it can be used in most aluminium profiles whilst it's DOTFREE performance means even very low profile profiles perform well.
3 Year Warranty
Easy To Install
Fully Dimmable With The Correct Controls
NoSpot can be housed in a compatibly sized LED Profile with Diffuser.
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