LED strip lights offer several advantages over conventional lamps. Some of these are common in LED technology, others exclusively in LED strips.
Some Advantages of the LED light strip:
Like other LED technologies, LED strip lights consume less electricity in their function. This makes them less expensive and allows users to experiment with much larger installations without worrying about running out of unnecessary utility bills.
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Additionally, the programmable LED strip can reproduce a larger part of the lumen spectrum than conventional lamps. This makes it particularly suitable for lighting system effects where users want a complex color-changing effect.
LEDs are also popular as SSL (Solid State Lighting). SSL means that the LED remains completely motionless, unlike incandescent and fluorescent lamps, which hum, vibrate and sway as electricity passes through it.
For this reason, LEDs have a much longer life than conventional lamps and can continue to operate for years without errors.
Perhaps the defining characteristic of an LED light strip, its versatility sets it apart. Traditional lamps are placed in fragile and inflexible greenhouses.
In contrast, LED strip lights to have LEDs mounted on a flexible "strip" on the board that is durable enough to bend an angle of about 90 degrees and attach to a gradient surface.