Sewable LED Ribbon - 1m, 25 LEDs (Green)

Sewable LED Ribbon is quite possibly one of the easiest ways to incorporate simple illumination and color effects into your next e-textiles project! Each strand of this ribbon is a meter long with 25 small green LEDs. These LED ribbons are highly flexible, foldable, and can even make knots. Unlike traditional LED strips, the LEDs in these ribbons have 360 degrees of luminosity, so you can see them no matter how they are positioned or sewn!

Attaching the ribbon is easy; the sewable tabs on each ribbon allow for a ¼" area that can be sewn down onto clothing, accessories and more. Attaching power to the ribbon is also easy; just strip the protective sleeve below the fabric and connect the exposed leads to power. The LED ribbon requires an input voltage of 4.5V with a maximum current of 250mA.

Sewable LED Ribbon - 1m, 25 LEDs (Green) Product Help and Resources

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