NEONICA LED Strip 5630 with OSRAM DURIS E5
350 LED | 5m | 21W/m | 3507lm/m | CRI>80 | IP20
Neonica LED strip lights Premium Series – why it is a premium product?
One of the critical factors for classing the LED strip as a premium is the quality of the FPC stripboard, where LEDs’ are binned. Neonica uses only double layer FPC with increased content of copper. It ensures high electrical conductivity and significantly improves heat dissipation from the LEDs.
2 or 3 steps in MacAdam ellipse.
Every automated LED strip manufacturing process looks like million of LED chips are binned from the assembly line every day. The quality measure by the MacAdam Ellipse ensures the minimum colour inconsistency for individual chips.
In a perfect manufacturing world, a module assembly line will produce batches of LED chips based on a once MacAdam Ellipse.
A good quality LED module are produced within a two to three MacAdam ellipse range. It might present a visual difference between the chips, but it is minor and generally considered to be acceptable in commercial usage.
Cheaper products will often use LED modules that have a range of MacAdam Ellipses beyond four, some going as high as eight. Fixtures using such modules need to be handled with care.
All LED strips by Neonica are manufactured within 2 or 3 MacAdam Ellipse range.
• Top-quality components,
• LEDs from OSRAM binned in 3 MacAdam steps,
• LED strip efficiency up to 167 lm / W,
• thick FPC,
• 70 LEDs per meter,
• high colour rendering index CRI Ra80 +,
• only 10 mm wide,
• supply voltage 24V DC,
• protection against reversing the polarity,
• a thermally conductive adhesive, easy installation on surface,
• IP20 or IP68 Ingress Protection Rating possible,
• possible installation by double-sided adhesive tape(IP68+),
• cutting possibility every 100mm,
• packed on 5m rolls,
• possibility to make long rolls,
• this product is entirely designed and manufactured in Poland/EU
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