LED Strip – 60 x 5730 SMD LED Chips Per Metre - UltraBright EDITION ! – 2.5m Roll

  • Replaces
  • 200W
90% energy saving
30 year lifespan
5 Year Warranty

LED Strip – 60 x 5730 SMD LED Chips Per Metre - UltraBright EDITION ! – 2.5m Roll

SKU: STR/50W25M/5730IP20
  • 200W Watt replacement
  • Dimmable
  • Wide Beam Angle
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£ 20.27 inc. VAT £16.89 ex. VAT
Light colour Dimmable Price Quantity Stock
Warm White
In stock 216
No £20.27 - + In stock 216
Cool White
In stock 245
No £20.27 - + In stock 245
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3500 Lm 200W replace Yes Dimmable 36W 180°
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    These High efficiency ultra-bright non-waterproof 5730 LED strip lights are great for indoor use in the kitchen or bathroom, in the office or at work.

    LED strip lights offer the highest intensity, brightness and even distribution of light. These ribbon lights are a *new - super bright bright version providing greater efficiency over there SMD5050 predecessors. They feature 60 LED lights per metre, totaling 150 LEDs per 2.5 metre roll featuring genuine 3M self-adhesive backing for super easy installation..

    LED strips illuminate instantly and produce a bright continuous light housed in an slim (10 mm) non-waterproof flexible design that come in a range of sizes and colours to suit most applications. LED lighting strip in its essence, is a continuous row of LEDs that have been soldered together with resistors to form a circuit. LEDs are low voltage and require a 12 volt DC power supply.

    Ideal for: sign lighting, cupboard and cabinet lighting, edge lighting for steps, door frames, shelf lighting, edge lighting, lighting for under kitchen cabinets and cupboards. The list is endless so get creative.

    The intensity of the light is dependent upon the quantity and length of LEDs.
    You will require: one 36W power supply for a single strip or if using two strips daisy-chained together a 72W power supply is required. You also have the option of cutting the strip at least once without having to make new connections. All static 5730 LED strip lights must not exceed 5 metres (2 x 2.5m rolls) in length. Basic installations can be done in a matter of minutes as the strips can be stuck directly using the 3M self-adhesive backing. Plug the power supply straight into a standard wall socket and the job is done.

    Can I Cut my LED Strip Lights?  While it is possible to get your lights cut by a professional, the process is so simple that you can also do it yourself. If, for example, you find that your strip lights is slightly too long for the area in which you plan to install it, you can chop a section off the end to make it fit. Alternatively, if you have a large, single strip of LEDs, but you would prefer two separate pieces, you can cut the strip in half.

    LED Strip Lights can be cut at 5 or 10 cm intervals, depending on the type of strip light purchased. The "cutting points" are clearly marked with a straight line. To separate your strip lights, cut along the line using a pair of scissors or craft knife. Always make sure the tool you are using is sharp, as a blunt tool could potentially cause damage to the circuit board and components.

    Due to their design, LED Strip Lights will continue to work even after they have been cut. This is because their circuit is completely closed at each cutting point. If you are removing a section from the end of your strip light, always make sure you are cutting it at the end away from the connector.

    If you are cutting you strip lights into two parts and plan to use them as two separate installations, you will also have to do a bit of soldering. At each cutting point there should be a series of solder points (circular metal discs), 2 in the case of single colour lights and 4 in the case of colour changing RGB. To attach a new length of 2 core or 4 core cable, you will need to solder the wires to their corresponding solder points (which should be clearly marked for this purpose).

    Soldering isn't a difficult task, but obviously requires the requisite tools, which most people don't own. Asking an electrician to do the soldering on your behalf will also work out to be fairly expensive as you are of course paying for their time.



    Strip lights can also be powered through a transformer instead of a compatible power supply; both of which we supply. With an RGB strip, a controller (sold separately) is also required to be installed so that you can operate the lights.



    Episode 1 from our 'How To' series demonstrates how easily our single colour LED Strips can be installed...

  • Lumens
  • IP Rating
  • Light Colour
    Warm White / Cool White
  • Type
    5730 SMD
  • Average Life
    45,000 Hours
  • CE / ROHS
    RoHS, CE
  • Dimensions
  • Wattage
  • Dimmable
  • Equivalent To
  • Beam angle
I wanted the brightest strip I could find. Been installing strip lights for a few years now and this is without doubt the brightness strip I have come across. Had to install a dimmer between the transformer and the strip lights themselves as it was maybe a little too bright :)

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90% energy saving
30 year lifespan
5 Year Warranty

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