free shipping SMD5050 Flexible InfraRed (660nm) Tri-Chip LED Strip with 300 LEDs

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Country
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Item specifics
Item Type:Strip
Place of Origin:Guangdong China (Mainland)
LED Chip Brand:Epistar
LED Chip Model:SMD5050
Model Number:YK-F5050IN-660-300-X
Warranty:2 years
LEDs Number/M:60 pcs/m
Certification:CE,RoHS
Power Source:DC
Waterproof:No
Brand Name:okledlights
is_customized:Yes
Voltage:12V
Average Life (hrs):50000
Wattage:72
Occasion:living room
Product Description
Specifications

Product Description
IR 660NM 5050 SMD led flexible strip with 300leds

led wavelength
660nm

LEDs Quantity
60 pcs leds per meter

LED type
5050 UV SMD LED 660nm

material
FPC

Certification
CE RoHS

Input Voltage (V)
DC12V

Power (W)
72W

angle
120degree

Shipping Weight
0.25 kg


Mega flux infrared LED strip for the surveillance and multitouch markets. Make larger multitouch screens than ever before possible with economical LED strips! Tight spectral power distribution, centered on 660 nm. Complete information on our infrared LED line for multitouch and surveillance, including independent test lab results, is available in our Multitouch Screen IR LED Buying Guide.

Easy to install: Has high-adhesion stickyback. Just peel off the wax paper and stick it to any clean, dry substrate.

NOTE: InfraRed light is not visible. Do not buy this product for accent lighting or general illumination. It is for special purposes only. Excessive exposure to infrared light may be hazardousv

The Flexible Infrared LED Strip Light is available by the foot to Elemental customers, bringing you the most sophisticated technology at an affordable price. Our Infrared LED Strip Light emits IR light at 660 Nanometers, the IR-A (or Near Infrared band of the optical spectrum), a frequency that is invisible to the human eye. (These IR strip lights, which emit IR radiation, are not to be confused with thermographic devices, which create images based on detected IR radiation emitted by objects.) Infrared LED light has many commercial applications. The most common use for IR light is night vision, a feature that is often seen on handheld video cameras and some still cameras. Infrared is standard, too, in short-range wireless communication: remote controls for electronic devices and some appliances use IR light to send their signals, as it does not penetrate walls and so does not interfere with other nearby devices.

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