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ColorBright™ RGB 300 Color Changing LED Strip Light

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ColorBright
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Product Description

ColorBright™ "RGB 300" Color Changing LED strip light

Saddleback church stage design with flexfire leds rgb strips


Introduction:

The ColorBright™ Color Changing 300 LED strip light has double the amount of bright LEDs than the RGB 150 series. They are made as a reel of linear color changing LED lights mounted on a flexible strip of printed circuit board (PCB) with a strong adhesive backing. With an RGB controller, these strips can change to nearly any color combination you could think of, offering a wide range of creative options.

These strips have 300 LED per reel, which means they deliver double the brightness of the 150 RGB LEDs. Color changing 300 LED strip lights are perfect for applications that require not only adjustable color settings, but also high brightness lighting. 

If you order an RGB flexible strip light, you will need an RGB controller.

Product features

Here are the top attributes to take note of: 

- These strips are fully dimmable, and have settings for color changing, flashing, scrolling, fading, etc.
- They're UL Listed, which means they have been independently verified as safe for use within home and business
- These strips carry 300 LEDs per reel and are twice as bright as our 150 RGB LED strip lights

  • 5-year Warranty
  • 12V or 24V input available
  • UL Listed (cULus)
  • Fully dimmable and color controllable
  • 120° Beam Angle
  • 18 LEDs/Foot (60/Meter)
  • Short LED pitch of  3/4" (17mm)
  • Highest Brightness RGB LED Chips
  • Thermally Resistant 3M VHB 4930 adhesive for long lasting bond
  • Single BIN LED selection to ensure color consistency
  • Highest quality components packaged 5050 SMD LEDs 

Should you select 12 Volt (12v) or 24 Volt (24v)?

Depends on your application. The main difference between the two is the fact that the 24v strips can be ran for longer distances than the 12v strips can due to Voltage Drop. Voltage drop is the gradual decrease in voltage along a circuit. If your project requires a very long run of LEDs, we would recommend the 24v strips. However, there are also many projects that 12v is required (automotive or marine applications). Please feel free to live chat with us, email us, or call us with questions. 

Before noticing any unwanted color variations or dimming at the end of your run of lights, it is recommended that you run no more than 32' in series when using 12v or 48' in series when using 24v.

Application & Use:

  • Color Controllable Cove lighting
  • Signage
  • Backlighting
  • Edge lighting
  • Cabinets, shelves lighting
  • Accent lighting locations
  • Under cars and motorcycles
  • Store display lighting
  • Under cabinet lighting
  • Above cabinet lighting
  • Hotel lobbies 

Related products 

Aluminum Channels 

MICRO Alu | PDS4 Extrusion 45 Alu Extrusion  

RGB Remote Control (needed to operate RGB strip lights) 

RGB Touch Series Remote | Multi Zone RGB Remote  | Mini XR RGB Remote | RGB Wireless Wall Dimmer | RGB Tiny Controller  

Connectors 

RGB-C1 | RGB-C2 | RGB-C3 

SPECIFICATIONS 

  • 5-year Warranty
  • cULus Listed
  • 3/8" (10mm) strip width
  • Fully dimmable and color controllable
  • 120° Beam Angle
  • 12V or 24V DC Input
  • 18 LEDs/Foot (60/Meter)
  • Short LED pitch of  3/4" (17mm)
  • Highest Brightness RGB LED Chips
  • Thermally Resistant 3M VHB 4930 adhesive for long lasting bond
  • Thick double layer 2oz copper PCB for excellent thermal management
  • Single BIN LED selection to ensure color consistency (3-Step MacAdam)
  • Highest quality premium packaged 5050 SMD LEDs
  • Environmental Temperature -4°F to +104°F (-20°C to 40°C)
Product no. SKU LED Chips per foot (Meter) Voltage Input Watts / Foot (Meter) Lumen / Foot (Meter) Segment Lengths Max Run Length in Series
CB-RGB2-12V 18 LEDs/Foot (60/Meter) 12V DC 4.4 W/ft /(14.4 W/m) Variable 2" (50mm) 16' 5" (5 meters)
CB-RGB2-24V 18 LEDs/Foot (60/Meter) 24V DC 4.4 W/ft /(14.4 W/m) Variable 4" (100mm) 32' 10" (10 meters)

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What are the top 4 comparing factors to look for before purchasing LED strip lights? 

1. Make sure you know the requirements for your project, then when looking at options, compare lumen output, CCT, and CRI.
2. Compare LED strip size and number of chips on the reel.
3. Understand the wattage and voltage that the LED strip light uses.
4. Make sure that the products have verifiable quality.
To read more details on these top considerations, click here.
 

Q :What is the importance of UL Listed lighting?

UL is an acronym for the Underwriters Laboratories. They are an independent product safety certification organization. A good summary used by UL is, "a not-for-profit organization dedicated to public safety." This means you can install these LEDs in commercial spaces, industrial applications, and in your home with peace of mind.

Q: How do I install RGB color changing LED strip lights? 

Learn the basics of installing RGB LED strip lighting under counters, connecting them to the controller, mounting and controlling them, here. Consult our design team for extra assistance.

Q: How do I install more than one RGB LED strip light to a controller? 

You can use one controller to control multiple runs of the RGB strip lights. This can be achieved by stripping the ends of the wires from multiple runs and connecting them together before inserting them into the RGB controller. Two important things to note here. Make sure you are not exceeding the amperage / wattage maximum of the controller when you are installing multiple runs. Also, if you are using solderless connectors, make sure that the markings on the strip are used as the guides for polarity and not just the colors of the wire. The colors associated with the polarity markings will change depending on the side of the strip the connector is attached to. Click here for a detailed installation guide. Consult our design team for extra assistance.

Q: Which Power Supply do I need for my (x) feet of LEDs?

The length of LED strip lights of your project will determine the size of the power supply you need. View our Power Supply chart to find the exact LED power supply you need.
- If you order a 12v LED strip, you will need a 12v power supply
- If you order a 24v LED strip, you will need a 24v power supply 

Q: What is a 5050 SMD LED chip?

5050 SMD (Surface Mounted Diode) represents the size of the LED chips on the strip. A 5050 SMD chip measures at 5.0mm x 5.0mm. Click here for more information on LED chip sizes. 

Q: Can RGB chips be controlled independently?

You need to use individually-addressable LED chips which are normally found on digital strips. Please contact the design team for more assistance.

Q: Can I hard wire RGB strips into a wall dimmer?

The RGB strips are not compatible with conventional wall dimmers that are designed to be hard wired. Please contact the design team for design solutions.

Q: Can I cut the strips myself?

Yes, LED trips are made to be cut to your desired length. Using sharp scissors, you can cut the strip every few inches (on a line that's marked after every third LED). 

Q: What is the maximum run length of RGB 300 strip lights?

This is entirely dependent on the strip’s voltage. For 12v systems then you can run the lights up to 16’ 5” (1 reel). For 24v systems, the run length doubles to 32’ 10” (2 reels). Please contact our design team for help with larger projects.

Q: I am using RGB lighting and want to control them via a DMX controller – are your lights fully controllable?

Yes. Our lights work perfectly well with DMX systems. However, our strips are not individually-addressable. For example, if one chip displays red then all of the other chips will also show red. If you require chasing or independent-control then you will need to use a digital strip.

Q: What is the difference between RGB 150 and RGB 300?

The 150 or 300 directly correspond to the number of LED chips per reel. Twice the amount of light is emitted, thus double the amount of power is also required.

Q: Is there an outdoor option?

Yes, we do carry a water resistant Outdoor ColorBright™ RGB 300 LED strip light.

Q: Wow these are bright! What do I do if I want to dim my LED strip lights? 

All LED strip lights are dimmable. The LED strips can be dimmed either through our dimmers [PWM dimming], or by a Lutron wall dimmer 

To dim the lights you have two options: 

  1. If you plan to dim your LED strips using a hardwired Lutron wall dimmer, you need a Zurik dimmable driver. This driver itself will be dimmed from the Lutron switch.

  2. If you do not plan to dim the lights from a hardwired wall dimmer and want to dim them with one of our dimmers, you will need a non-dimmable LED driver [Mean Well or Flexfire LEDs Brand]

DOWNLOADS

Specification Sheet 

RGB 300 Color Changing Strip Light Data Sheet

Connection Guide 

RGB Solderless Connector Installation Sheet 

IES and LDT Files

IES / LDT

Product Reviews


Specifications for this Hybrid LED light kit

Product Hybrid Bright White/Warm White LED Strip Light
Color Temperature 2900K for Warm White and 6500K for Bright White
Lumen (Brightness) 3450 Lumens per reel
Quantity per unit You will receive a continuous 16ft section of lights
UL Listed? Yes UL Listed, Must be used with class 2 power transformer
Working Voltage 12v DC
Dimmability Fully Dimmable
Beam Angle 120 Degrees
Rigid or Flexible?

-Flexible installation up to 90 degrees. Used on curved surfaces

Power consumption 2.92 watts per foot
UV emission No
LED Count per reel 600 LEDs
Warranty

2 years

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