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How to cut, connect & power LED Strip Lighting

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25 Comments on "How to cut, connect & power LED Strip Lighting"

  1. 2.5 m led strip. Which power supply do I need? 12W is enough?

  2. S Pinkas says:

    Well done, clear.

  3. I stuck a 12 inch led strip on my choo choo train so it lights up those long dark tunnels! " Choo Choo"!!!

  4. Metin X says:

    I see here everything is in Watts what about volts? I am a student who is studying elektricity so I am not fimilliar what all these stuff

  5. আমি এই কাজ শিখতে চাই

  6. TheFaros78 says:

    Really helpfull , thanks a lot and keep up the good work

  7. KB6PJU says:

    Better idea. I power all my homemade LED desk and room lights off my 12vdc system running the home. Mix 6 bright-white with 3 warm white to achieve an almost perfect eye-friendly desk light.Even using 5050 LEDs it still only draws 4 watts !!! Converting swinging desk lamps is easy. A 6LED strip duct taped to the side of a one gallon milk jug makes a nice 25 watt equivalent corner room light. To properly solder waterproof LED strips , scrape the beck side gently with a razor blade until you see the copper strip,then solder to it. Liquid flux helps a lot.

  8. Thank you so much for sharing this ! I appreciate it a lot.

  9. Thank you so much for sharing this ! I appreciate it a lot.

  10. In another video I see people who connect the wires directly to the led

  11. MaxOrushy says:

    My led had a gel cast on it so I can't clip like that how do I do it

  12. I've made it too. just by using woodprix scripts:)

  13. Jonee Chen says:

    learning so much!

  14. Cindi Fulton says:

    Thank you so much for your video. It was tremendously helpful. I do have a question that I am hoping you can shed some light on. I have been asked to use an old computer as the power source for the LED lights. I have figured out how to do part of that and have figured out what I need to do with the LED light from your video but have no idea as to how to connect the two. Any ideas?

  15. JW Dewdney says:

    weird – i just cut a strip at the indicated cut marks (copper bands) and now the last section doesn't work! gahhhh…. it worked FINE (the whole thing) before hand…. what do i do? solder a bridge across the copper band?

  16. I have a 97.2W strip that is 5 meters long. Are you saying (in this video) that I shouldn't run this 5 meter strip in series with a single power supply (120W)? Can you explain why and what alternative I have? Thanks.

  17. MyRally says:

    very precise very direct very informative. would consider purchasing kit from you just from the quality of the video. regards

  18. Philip Ho says:

    Thank you for the very clear presentation. Will be much appreciated to any amateur.

  19. salmouv says:

    This video was getting slower by the minute

  20. this was so fucking helpful. live long and prosper!

  21. could u cut these down need strip around darts board cab

  22. Well explained an very easy to follow. Thank's👍

  23. Will B says:

    Just to clarify, a 10m strip is recommended for a smaller power supply. If I were to connect say 30m I would need a stronger power supply? Or would I need 3 seperate power supplies

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