ProStrip120 CCT (2400K-5800K) Adjustable White LED Strip Lights | 120 LEDs pm | 24V🧠 Make this product Smart
- 120 LED's per Metre (60 warm white + 60 cool white)
- 9w Per Metre
- Very Warm to Cool White
- Commercial Grade
- Find out how to manage longer runs, over 7m.
Colour Temperature is the colour of the white light generated by the LED Strip - it can range from a very warm light (2400k) up to a cleaner cool white (5800k). There's no right and wrong, it's down to personal preferences and to the colours in the room but with this strip you will always find the right solution.
Extend your Philips Hue, Alexa or Google Home System using this higher density, low spotting Adjustable Ambience LED Strip which is only 10mm wide meaning it easily fits into LED Profile Channels. Its easy to adjust to the correct length as well.
You can run up to 10m of Adjustable White LED Strip in a single run - it is possible to extend the LED Strip but you will need a larger power supply - feel free to talk to us for advice.
Priced per metre and sold in a continuous run when purchasing multiple metres.
- IP Rating: IP21
- Wattage: 9w per metre
- Voltage: 24V
- Colour Temperature: 2400k to 5800k
- Number of LEDs: 120 per metre (60 +60)
- Lumens: 1040 per metre
- Tape Width: 10mm
- Cut Points: Every 100mm
- Maximum Run Length: 10m
Easy To Install
Fully Dimmable With The Correct Controls
Reduce Spotting with an LED Profile Channel + Diffuser.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Does this only use 60 led/m at any one time, or do all 120 led/m illuminate at the same time?
Hi, On full warm or full cool white settings only 60 Leds will be used, when any other temperature is used all 120 leds will be illuminated.
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