LED Lighting

An integral part of the interior is light design, often a lot depends on the lighting. With the help of flexible LED strips can be added to paints in the interior, making it more comfortable and harmonious. Make a soft underline furniture, beautifully illuminate the ceiling or shelf. LED strip is a unique product that allows you to create stunningly beautiful lighting design. Easy to work with LED products makes flexible LED strip a unique instrument in the hands of designers decorators. Tapes are separated by appointment, for installation indoors and for outdoor activities. To work on the street or in lighting design bathrooms, swimming pools, use the tape in silicone cords with a full fill or covers with a partial seal at the joints. The room uses LED Ribbon without moisture protection.

It is much cheaper and brighter, as No light-scattering shell, which are Waterproof LED Strip. One should consider one more thing, if you choose LED strips of white light, consider the colors that are typical for all LEDs. Sometimes three types of shades of white: cool (the temperature of the glow of 6400K), neutral (4200K), and warm (2700K). Operate LED Strip at mains voltage of 12V and 24V, so do not forget to buy supplies for LEDs appropriate voltage. LED Strip can be mounted in series and parallel. Remember, there are limitations on the length for connection to the serial chain. LED lights may be the biggest a highlight in your home.

But for this it is necessary to choose the right place and carefully mount. If you are not prepared themselves to make such a connection, you can always referring to a qualified electrician. Although the subject of recommendations installation quite simple and it can be done by yourself. LED strip can be bought in rolls of 5 meters or in segments of one meter. All tapes have the potential to cut into segments, according to three dsvetodiodam in sigmente.

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