The most important technical parameters of power supplies are, of course, the unit of power (W – WATT), the amperage (A – AMPER), and the voltage (V – VOLT). The input voltage is the type of current supplied to the power supply (usually 230 V), while the output voltage determines the current that flows between the power supply and the light source itself. Of course, the wattage of a power supply is the wattage that results from the output voltage and the current—solving voltage drop issues and providing savings on installation costs in the process.
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Power supply 24V DC outputs 100W 4.16A (DC) pulse controlled, stabilized, waterproof.
This power supply has high IP67 protection, inside is fully sealed, which makes it waterproof for outdoor use. Its housing is resistant to mechanical damage. It can be used indoors and outdoors. A maximum of 20 m of 300 LED strips or 10 m of 600 LED strips is sufficient. Thanks to the built-in cables, connecting the power supply is easy and fast. Each has a length of about 15 cm.
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How to connect LED strips without soldering
Example of installation of LED strips
Assume that you decide to equip the ceiling or a separate area of the room with a fairly complex geometric pattern. For example:
How to connect then LED strips without soldering, I will try to explain it in the following example. I agree that with a soldering iron it will be quite difficult to build such a configuration with individual LED strip segments, and connecting such a design will take a lot of time. We will tell you how to assemble such a project in just 1 ÷ 2 hours. To do this, simply buy the required number of connectors, namely.
* a simple one to connect the tape to the tape;
* three in the shape of the letter L;
* direct connection of the tape to the wire;
* a power connector to connect the strip to a power supply (type “nut”).
Circuit diagram for LED lighting:
When connecting the LED strip, ensure that the voltage is evenly distributed!
Safety & Compliance
This rule also applies to the installation of RGB LED strips.
RGB tape requires the use of a driver. The driver should be selected according to the same principle as the power supply. It must be at least as strong as the ribbon we have selected. The driver should always be mounted after the power supply because it works with the same voltage as the LED strip. Mounting it before the power supply would damage it irreparably.
The most powerful drivers for RGB ribbons provide 144W of power supplies, so they can handle a maximum of 10 m of 300 LED SMD5050 RGB ribbon or 20 m of 150 LED SMD5050 RGB ribbon. If the number is larger, we need to use an amplifier. As the name suggests, it amplifies the signal coming from the driver and passes it to the next sections of the tape. The amplifier has a power of 144W, so we can add another 10 m of 300 LED SMD5050 RGB tape or 20 m of 150 LED SMD5050 RGB tape to our installation.
Thanks to the amplifiers, we have the possibility to control very large sections of the RGB LED strip. Below, you can see the circuit diagram where the RGB controller is not directly connected to the LED strip. It transmits the RGB signal only to the amplifiers to which the RGB LED strips are connected. In the diagram, two amplifiers are shown, but of course, there can be many more. Of course, you should also consider the power of the power supply that feeds the circuit. If the power of a power supply is not enough to power the entire circuit, it is still possible to control the entire circuit with an RGB driver. The only difference is that the subsequent amplifiers are powered by separate power supplies, while the RGB signal is still received by the same RGB controller.