TradeStrip60 Splashproof 3200K Warm White LED Strip Lights | 60 LEDs pm | 12V | 5.5W🧠 Make this product Smart
An economy, medium density LED Strip offering an excellent blend of performance, reliability and price.
TradeStrip is designed for the contractor and is ideal for accent and effect lighting in areas such as kitchen cupboards and plinths. It's easy to join or extended using our solderless GRIPPA connectors to provide neat corners as required.
This is a splashproof tape (IP65) with a flexible PU cating to withstand day to day knocks and splashes.
Recommended Power Supplies :
Up to 2m : PowerPro15-12
Up to 5m : PowerPro40-12
Up to 10m : PowerPro75-12
Recommended Aluminium Profiles:
You can use any profile with this product as it is only 8mm wide.
This product is fully dimmable with the correct power supply
Easy To Install
Fully Dimmable With The Correct Controls
Reduce Spotting with an LED Profile Channel + Diffuser.
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Royal Shakespeare Company
"When the Royal Shakespeare Company wanted to create a WOW factor stage to celebrate the 400th Birthday of the Bard, they turned to us to create a stunning wall and floor display for the programme which was broadcast live on BBC2."
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