How do you connect RGB LED Strip Lights?

How do you cut and connect RGB LED Strip Lights?

Part 1. How to Cut LED Strip Lights

  1. Measure the length. …
  2. Look for the scissors logo on the light strip. …
  3. Cut with a pair of scissors. …
  4. Buy a suitable 4Pin connector. …
  5. Open the connector. …
  6. Place the light strip into the connector. …
  7. Cover the connector. …
  8. Make sure the wall is dry and clean.

Can you cut and reconnect LED Strip Lights?

Yes, LED strip lights will carry on working after they’ve been cut as long as you cut along the designated lines. LED strips are made up of several individual circuits, so each cut line demarcates the end of one circuit and the start of a new one.

How many LED strips can you connect together?

We recommend no more than two consecutive strips connected end-to-end. If you do more, you need to add a separate power bus with higher gauge wire to run the strips down the line, or add additional power supplies down the line. With these strips, the data signal runs through the center wire on all the strips.

Do LED strip lights burn out?

With an average life-expectancy of some 50,000 hours, LED strip lights will still be burning bright in 17 years’ time, long after their traditional counterparts will have expired. With strip Lights, it’s important to safeguard their longevity.

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Are LED strip light connectors universal?

Before you buy any of these connectors though, check the product page to make sure it’s compatible with your strip, as the connectors are not universal.

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