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Description: Gone are the days that you have to worry about silicone weather proofing splitting and breaking on you! These are sealed addressable 1 meter long 5V RGB LED strips that come packed with 60 WS2812s per meter. Each of these strips are enclosed by a flexible silicon jacket with an IP65 waterproof rating to protect your precious WS2812 LEDs. You will be able to control each LED RGB individually giving you the ability to create cool lighting effects for your car, fish tank, or perhaps under cabinet lighting in your kitchen!
Note: These come in 1m segments on a reel. They are preterminated with 0.1" spaced 3-pin connectors as well as a 2 wire power connector, as shown in the pictures.
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We’re using these strips for a Bike wheel POV lighting system and we have had no problems so far. Only thing that would be nice is a way to ensure waterproofing after cutting the strips, since we couldn’t use them at their 1M length for this project. The neopixel library in combo with an arduino work great, very satisfied.
you can program the individual led units however you want. the strip is very flexible. i haven’t tested it in rough environments but the weatherproofing does seem to be of good quality. note: the strip i received had a 3m adhesive backing (glue already on with peel-off), which can be either a big plus if your project requires it or a big minus if your project is better off without it.
The lights worked great (the package said to use 5V but that was too much, 3.3V works). Used the neopixel library which was already ported to the spark pixel. Very professional. Plenty of examples and explanations on how to use the code.
I just love this chain of lights with fantastic colors. Beautiful and easy to use, especially with the hookup tutorial that comes with this product!
Works exactly as I expected and is very easy to program with an Arduino, especially when using the available libraries.
These LEDs are awesome! They are bright as hell and the code to control them is pretty straight forward. Fun!