Product information "LED Light Band CCT - 2200 to 6500 Kelvin"
24 Volt Light Band with one color CCT (2200K-6500K) LED.
This LED Band with COB chips can be adjusted between 2200 Kelvin (warm white ambient light) to color temperature 6500 Kelvin for a "cool" environment. The COB technology creates a homogeneous lighting because the individual LEDs can no longer be seen on the strip and the complete strip is sealed with a coating. Therefore, COB LED bands are optimal in areas where the LED strip can be seen.
This LED Light Band can be controlled with the following controller:
Installation instructions / control
LED strip can be shortened every 5cm and extended / converted with a 3-pole cable. When connecting several light bands (>5-10m ) please use appropriate transformers and connect a 24V DC power supply on both sides or at additional points to obtain a uniform material-friendly illumination.
- Light color: warm white, neutral white, daylight white - 2200 to 6500 Kelvin
- Voltage: 24 Volt DC (no power adapter included)
- Protection class: IP20
- beam angle: 120
- average life: 30,000 h
- Connection: 3-pole
- power consumption: 75 Watt
- light output per meter: 1500 lm/m
- light output: 100 lm/W
- power: 15 W/m
- color temperature: 2200-6500 Kelvin
- average life: 30,000 hours
- color rendering index: Ra 90
- switching cycles: 100000
- switch-on time: less than 1 second
- length: 5000 mm
- For operation you need the appropriate transformer and a LED controller for CCT
What is RGB?
RGB stands for red, green and blue. RGB lights are equipped with 3 LED Chips. That allows individual color changes and light spectrums by combining the red, green and blue LED light. Overall there are 16 million different light colors, that can be configured with RGB LEDs.
What is RGBW?
RGBW stand for red, green, blue and white. These lights are equipped with 4 LED Chips. With the extra white LED Chip, a clear white light can be set more efficiently and precisely, because the RGB LEDs are not combined to generate a white light.
What is CCT?
CCT stands for correlated color temperature. When using LED lights, CCT stands for a controllable color temperature. The color temperatures reach from 2700 to 6500 Kelvin and can be controlled individually with the correct controller. Warm white light is measured at 2700 Kelvin, neutral white at 4000 Kelvin and daylight at 6500 Kelvin. Depending on the day time you can set a warm or cold color temperature. On one hand its recommended to set a warm light in the evening, similar to the setting sun. On the other hand daylight is more convenient in the morning hours.