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For questions regarding lighting that uses LED (Light Emitting Diode) technology.

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I don't know if there is any paint which will shift the spectrum to that region, but some insulation adhesive tape will certainly help. Kapton insulation tape will block blue component from the white …
answered Jun 19 '16 by soosai steven
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First look into the safety aspect. What is the operating voltage of that LED strip? If it is 12V DC type not much concern but some tape light are made to run on 110/240 AC. The following recommended …
answered Mar 18 '18 by soosai steven
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This is something im planning to do and in fact already half way into building it. The idea is I'm installing sections of LED strip behind the cabinet door and its on the door itself. This door is … the LED will be visible. Now to provide power to the LED mounted on the hinged door, im going to use the two hinges so that no extra wires needed. Current draw by LED thru the hinges will be less …
asked Feb 24 by soosai steven
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Recently I purchased 10 meters of non water proofed 3285 RGB LED strip. Its resistors and LEDs are soldered on flimsy flex which may tear. What can I do to make it strong? I'm planning to stick it …
asked Jun 4 '16 by soosai steven