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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
LED Light Strips
I have used a couple variations of "LED strip lighting" and really like them. These 3528 have individual RGB diodes but the overall light they give off can be any color so these are great if you aren't looking at the strip directly (unless you like the multi color look), where as the 5050 are good if you can see the strips and want it to look the same color as the light. The brightness is adjustable for calm ambiance, to almost bright enough to work under when mounted under cabinets in the kitchen. The light strips themselves are thin (10 x 2mm). These ones are not waterproof. They are backed with adhesive tape and can be mounted.
The strips can be joined together with other strips, or multiples strips with their own receiver boxes can be controlled with 1 remote to get different color combos like how I have in my photos. The IR remote is very handy and can control them from across the room. They can also be extended, or cut and reconnected to fit better at right angles with accessories (search "LED 3528 connectors"). Each 32ft strip uses between 5 - 40 watts depending on the color and brightness. The remote has a few functions and modes, and remembers it's previous setting when off.
- SOLID COLOR: (Red, green, blue, white, orange, yellow, cyan, purple) with adjustable brightness.
- JUMP 3: cycles between R, G, B.
- JUMP 7: cycles between 7 colors (see solid above).
- FADE 3: Fades between 3 (R,G,B) colors. (For some reason it works as FADE7 on the TT-SL029)
- FADE 7: Fades between 7 colors (technically it looks like all the colors of the visible spectrum).
- DIY color.
- In solid mode, brightness can be adjusted. In jump and fade modes, speed can be adjusted from 4 second transition, to nearly strobe. Brightness only changes solid colors, but becomes full brightness during color changing modes. Blink 1 color mode only works for white.
? HOW TO USE DIY:
1. Press a DIY button, for example DIY1.
2. Hold one of the down colored arrows for about 8 seconds until you notice a change. Then try holding down another arrow. The DIYs start out as white because white is made up of RGB. The arrows essentially add or subtract color.
3. After you have the desired color, press the same DIY button again to save it. To cancel the change, press another DIY button instead.
? WATTAGE (one 32ft RGB strip):
- White brightness min/max: 5 - 40 watts
- Other colors/custom colors brightness min/max: 3 - 25 watts (Varies between colors)
These lights have lots of color customization and use vary little power. The difference between the 5050 and 3528 are the 5050 are brighter and have each RGB color in each LED, while the 3528 are separate LED for RGB, but the overall color the 3528 give off can be the same. Sample provided for testing and review.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Rxment LED Strip: Best Bang for your Buck
Hello Fellow Amazon Shoppers, I hope this review helps you decide on whether to buy this product or not.
I received the product in 1 Day. It was in a brown box, and inside was a silver package with bubble wrap lining the interior.
It includes all of the parts you need to set it up, so you do not need to buy anything extra. At first, I was surprised at how nice looking these lights were especially at this price point. It was pretty easy to set up, there is adhesive on the back so you just stick it on to any surface you wish.
In Conclusion, this is an extremely good product for this price. It is high quality and gets the job done. I would recommend this product to anyone interested in buying LED Lights for a pretty low price.
-Comes with Adhesive
-Looks extremely good
-Remote is a little flimsy, but it works.
*I received this product at a discounted price in exchange for my honest opinion.
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Bright and Beautiful
By Kristofer Occhipinti
These are great. There are many presets, although I look forward to controlling them with my own micro controller. I'll be using these for my daughter's birthday party (Astronaut theme and the lights will be using as part of the space station/ship). I'll probably end up using this as Christmas lights when the time comes.