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  • How to connect LED strips and power supplier

    How to connect LED strips and power supplier

    If you need to connect separate LED strips, use plug-in quick connectors. Clip-on connectors are designed to fit over the copper dots at the end of an LED strip. These dots will be denoted by a plus or minus sign. Place the clip so that the correct wire is over each dot. Fit the red wire over the...
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  • How to install LED strip light

    How to install LED strip light

    LED strip lights are an excellent choice for adding color or subtlety to a room. LEDs come in large rolls that are simple to install even if you have no electrical experience. A successful installation only requires a little forethought to ensure you get the right length of LEDs and a power suppl...
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  • Design Practices for a Brighter Future

    Design Practices for a Brighter Future

    For many years, there has been a focus on specifying products made with environmentally friendly materials and manufacturing processes. There is also a growing expectation for lighting designers to reduce carbon footprints through lighting design. “In the future, I think we’re going t...
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  • To understand CRI and lumens

    To understand CRI and lumens

    As with many other aspects of color science, we must return to the spectral power distribution of a light source. CRI is calculated by examining the spectrum of a light source and then simulating and comparing the spectrum that would reflect off a set of test color samples. CRI calculates the day...
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  • LED Lighting Options for Outdoors

    LED Lighting Options for Outdoors

    LED lighting isn’t just for the inside! Discover how LED lighting can be used in a variety of outdoor applications (as well as why you should choose outdoor LED strips!) Okay, you went a little overboard with the LED lights inside—every socket now has an LED bulb. LED strip lights were inst...
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  • Situations Where the Aluminum Channel Are Not Needed

    Situations Where the Aluminum Channel Are Not Needed

    We advise skipping the aluminum channels and diffusers entirely in situations where neither direct nor indirect glare is a concern, nor are any of the aesthetic or practical issues we covered above a problem. Especially with the ease of mounting via the 3M double-sided adhesive, installing LED st...
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  • Distribution of light and diffusers made of aluminum profile

    Distribution of light and diffusers made of aluminum profile

    The aluminum tube is not actually required for thermal management, as we already covered. However, it does provide a sturdy mounting foundation for the polycarbonate diffuser, which has some really great advantages in terms of light distribution, as well as the LED strip. The diffuser is typicall...
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  • Do Aluminum Channels Aid in Thermal Control?-Part 2

    Do Aluminum Channels Aid in Thermal Control?-Part 2

    One of the main challenges in the design of light strips and fixtures in the early days of LED lighting was heat control. In particular, LED diodes are extremely sensitive to high temperatures, unlike incandescent or fluorescent bulbs, and incorrect thermal management can result in premature, or ...
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  • What Are LED Strip Light Aluminum Channels? PART 1

    What Are LED Strip Light Aluminum Channels? PART 1

    Our aluminum channels (or extrusions) and diffusers are two of the most well-liked add-ons for our LED strip lights. You may regularly see aluminum channels listed on parts lists as an optional item when organizing LED strip light projects. However, how ‘optional’ are they in reality?...
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  • PERSON-CENTRIC LIGHTING

    PERSON-CENTRIC LIGHTING

    The 4 Fs of Lighting Health: Function, Flicker, Fullness of Spectrum, and Focus In general, the richness of the light’s spectrum, light flicker, and dispersion/focus of light distribution are three features of artificial lighting that can affect your health. The objective is to generate a l...
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  • How can the LED flicker be fixed?

    How can the LED flicker be fixed?

    Because we need to know which parts of the lighting system need to be improved or replaced, we emphasized how crucial it is to identify the source of the flicker (is it AC power or PWM?). If the LED STRIP is the cause of the flicker, you will need to swap it out for a new one that is made to smoo...
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  • Is LED Lighting Harmful to Your Eyes?

    Is LED Lighting Harmful to Your Eyes?

    Since 1962, commercial LED strip lights have been regarded as an environmentally friendly replacement for conventional incandescent bulbs. They are affordable, energy-efficient, and offer a variety of warm colors. They do, however, generate blue light, which is bad for the eyes, according to rece...
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