LED lighting is a popular choice for homes, offices, and even outdoor spaces. It’s become so ubiquitous, in fact, that most of us have heard the advantages LED lights to have over incandescent and halogen bulbs: they’re more efficient, brighter, longer-lasting, they don’t produce much heat, and they can be controlled or programmed to work independently or in concert with other LED lights. But what do these advantages mean to you?
Linear lighting has become increasingly popular and affordable for both commercial and residential lighting applications. Purchasing LED strip lights seem simple, but there are many factors that you should consider when choosing the right kind of light for your needs. We’ll follow this post up with a comprehensive walkthrough of the relevant details and our full line of LED lighting strips.
Types of LED Strips lights
The LED Strips category covers just about any lighting product that has a strip of lights. However, these products are in many different categories depending on how they’re used and their intended purpose. One example is the IP65 Waterproof Flexible LED Strip Light, which is specifically designed for use in wet environments and features a protective housing to keep the product protected from water damage.
DC LED Flex Strips
These LED strip lights are offered in both waterproof and non-waterproof options to fit your project’s needs. The lights come in several lengths, allowing you to customize your light display based on the size of the area you’re lighting up.
AC LED Flex Strips
Flexible strip lights are a type of LED lighting that can be installed above cabinets, under kitchen islands, on the floor, or anywhere you would use a strip light. They can be used to illuminate the backsplash in a kitchen or bathroom.
LED Rope Light
LED lights encased within a plastic housing, which enables object orientation and directionality.
High Output LED Strips
High Power LEDs from Cree, Luxeon, and Nichia illuminate the strip, controlled by the onboard microcontroller.
LED Strip Brightness
LED technology is improving, and we are seeing lighting devices that are capable of emitting brighter light. For example. Some people who have accent lights in their cabinets may want to increase the brightness of those lights while others may prefer a more relaxed experience. It’s important to note that the ability to emit bright light doesn’t mean all LED strips will be super bright.
LED Strip Colors
AGM Electrical Supplies’ LED strip lights come in a wide range of single colors. These include Warm White, Neutral White, Cool White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, and UV. Next, we have color-changing strips that are RGB. They display any red-green-blue combination color, making these LED lights perfect for any occasion or party. Our LED strip lights come in a wide range of single colors as well as multi-color strips (RGB).
LED color temperature is an important factor in the quality of light produced. Color temperature indicates how ‘warm’ or ‘cool’ a light appears. The unit is measured in Kelvin, with higher values representing blueish lighting and lower values representing yellow lighting that you might expect from a typical incandescent bulb.
Installation of LED Strip Lights
The color temperature of an LED bulb is perhaps. And the most important factor influencing light quality. Color Temperature is a measurement describing the temperature of a light source in Kelvin to indicate how blue, white, yellow, or red the light is.