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PixelStrip RGBW, 12v, 60 LED, UCS2904, Black PCB
3 LED's per pixel, 20 pixels per metre.
A 12v Pixelstrip with 60 LED's per metre on a black PCB. Each addressable pixel comprises 3 LED's meaning this product has 20 pixels per linear metre.
The LED has a low drive voltage which allows for environmental protection and energy saving, high brightness, good consistency, low power, and long life.
The drive IC is the well proven UCS2904. It has a 3 line construction with +ve, data and -ve.
This is a Digital product and must be used with an appropriate controller - it will not work by simply connecting 12v power.
Order Code : PX60-12V-RGBW
Easy To Install
Fully Dimmable With The Correct Controls
Reduce Spotting with an LED Profile Channel + Diffuser.
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