MINI DC5V WS2812B SMD3535 30LED 60LED RGB Addressable LED Strip

It is DC24V, 14.4W, ws2811 IC,2 Ounce thick copper FPC, 60pcs RGB LEDs & 20pcs DMX Address per meter Full color Strip.

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 10 × 20 × 5 cm
IC

WS2812B

IP Rate

IP20 Non-waterproof, IP65 Waterproof, IP67 Waterproof

Voltage

DC5V

Wattage

14.4W

Price range:$3.00 – $24.00, Stock: More than 1000 pieces
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Details about MINI DC5V WS2812B SMD3535 30LED 60LED RGB Addressable LED Strip

This 5-meter long strip contains 60 RGB LEDs that can be individually addressed using a one-wire interface, allowing you full control over the color of each RGB LED. The flexible, waterproof strip runs on 5 V and can be chained with additional WS2812B strips to form longer runs or cut apart between each LED for shorter sections.

  • The uniqueness of these strips is that you can control each LED, thanks to the chips located in each LED.
  • You can control the brightness, color, and speed of any LED, which makes it possible to create an unlimited number of different effects.
  • The strip is suitable for highlighting the interior of shops, restaurants, clubs, any entertaining establishments, in exterior design (building outlines, fountains, and pools), as well as in advertising lighting (illumination of letters, shields, etc.).
  • Also on the pixel strip, you can get much more colorful effects, because of the running fire, the running rainbow, or the starry sky, which you can control yourself.
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Features and specifications

  • Individually addressable RGB LEDs (30, 60, or 144 LEDs per meter)
  • 24-bit color control (8-bit PWM per channel); 16.8 million colors per pixel
  • The one-wire digital control interface
  • 5 V operating voltage
  • Each RGB LED draws approximately 50 mA at 5 V with red, green, and blue at full brightness
  • 12 mm width, 4.6 mm thickness
  • Flexible, waterproof silicone rubber sheath (IP65 protection rating)
  • Includes flexible silicone mounting brackets
  • Black strip color
  • Power/data connectors on both strips end for easy chaining, and the input side includes an additional power and ground wire for alternate power connections
  • Strips can be cut apart along the lines between each RGB LED segment to separate them into usable shorter sections
  • Example code available for Arduino, AVR, and embed

Using the LED strip

Each LED strip has three connection points: the input connector, the auxiliary power wires, and the output connector. These can be seen in the adjacent picture, from left to right: auxiliary power wires, input connector, output connector. The strip uses 3-pin JST SM connectors.

The input connector has three male pins inside of a plastic connector shroud, each separated by about 0.1″. The black wire is ground, the green wire is the signal input, and the red wire is the power line.

The auxiliary power wires are connected to the input side of the LED strip and consist of stripped black and red wires. The black wire is ground, and the red wire is the power line. This provides an alternate (and possibly more convenient) connection point for LED strip power.

The output connector is on the other end of the strip and is designed to mate with the input connector of another LED strip to allow LED strips to be chained. The black wire is ground, the green wire is the signal output, and the red wire is the power line.

All three black ground wires are electrically connected, and all three red power wires are electrically connected.

 

Current draw and voltage drop

Each RGB LED draws approximately 50 mA when it is set to full brightness and powered at 5 V. This means that for every 30 LEDs you turn on, your LED strip could be drawing as much as 1.5 A. Be sure to select a power source that can handle your strip’s current requirements.

There is some resistance in the power connections between the LEDs, which means that the power voltage near the end of the strip will be less than the voltage at the start of the LED strip. As the voltage drops, RGB LEDs tend to look redder and draw less current. This voltage drop is proportional to the current through the strip, so it increases when the LEDs are set to a higher brightness.

We tested the current draw and voltage drop of some LED strips by setting all the LEDs to full brightness, and these were the results:

  • The 30 LED 1 m strip drew 1.5 A and had a voltage drop of 0.2 V.
  • The 60 LED 2 m strip drew 2.9 A and had a voltage drop of 0.8 V.
  • The 150 LED 5 m strip drew 4.1 A and had a voltage drop of 2.0 V.
  • The 60 LED 1 m strip drew 3.0 A and had a voltage drop of 0.6 V.
  • The 120 LED 2 m strip drew 4.7 A and had a voltage drop of 1.4 V.

The voltage drop was computed by measuring the voltage difference between ground and power on the input end of the strip, then doing the same measurement on the output end, and subtracting the two values.

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