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Source for LED strips

Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by WhiskeyMike, May 14, 2018.

  1. WhiskeyMike

    WhiskeyMike New Member

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    Hello, new user here, long time reader. Hopefully this is the right place to post this.

    I'm trying to source an LED strip that is able to be bent laterally/horizontally. Vast majority of LED strips on the market bend great vertically (up and down with the strip), but I can't find anything that will bend into a 15" circle (diameter), about 45" circumference while the LED strip faces up/outward from the bend. In case it matters, I'm looking for 12v and red.

    I've found "Angel eyes/Halo's" that are affixed to a hard plastic backing, but the largest size I've found is 60 or 120mm which is well short of what I need and can't be modified.

    Thanks for your help.

    Mike
     
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    WhiskeyMike New Member

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  4. WhiskeyMike

    WhiskeyMike New Member

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    Thanks! That would work if I could solve the 12v-24v issue. 12v is already provided to this sign, so I'd really like to stay with that without adding additional complexity. I'll use these terms to see if I can find something similar.

    Oh, I should have mentioned this earlier, but I'm looking for weatherproof rating with either ip66/ip67.
     
  5. Pitzu

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    You can search on Google for "s-shaped led strip" and "side view 335 led strip".
     
  6. letterman7

    letterman7 Very Active Member

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    For applications like that, typically individual pucks are used, not a strip. All you'll need to add is something to support the pucks.
     
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