RGB LED strip single density and double density

2:30 AM
I wanted to talk to you about some of the questions you guys may have regarding The Single Density LED Strip and Dual Density LED Strips.
They are both great products, they both light up quite a lot and they are both high quality strips with high quality diodes and circuitry.
RGB LED strip single density and double density
RGB LED strip single density and double density

But there is a difference when it comes to the lumen output of each one, and also the current draw from each one.
Basically the dual density has 300 LED in the 16.4 foot length.



And the single density has 150 LED in the same surface area.
So basically the dual density has more LEDs pack closer together in the same surface area as a single density.

What that means is that you get a brighter strip but also you get more current draw.
So depending on what the application calls for, then you can decide if you are going to go with the single density or the dual density.
They are both great products like I said.
They both light up really well.



But if you are look for something that is going to help you really bring out something in the room or something that needs a lot of lighting output. Then you go with the dual density.
The current draw on the dual density is about 50 watts per 5 meter strip or 16.4 foot strip.
The single density is about 24-25 watts. So it is pretty much doubling up.

Also the lumen output is about twice as much on the double density.
You can get this at SIRS-E.com they are both great strips like I said again.
You can make your own decision whether you are going to go with the singe density or dual density.