Do LED light strips damage walls?

LED strip lights are unlikely to damage walls, but this depends on various factors. The strength of their adhesive, the durability of paint or wallpaper, how long they’ve been applied for, and the climate can also impact how well LED strips bond to a surface.

How many lumens is a 3528 SMD?

6-8 lumens
Epistar LED Specifications (3528 vs 5050 vs 5630)

LED Dimensions Lumen Flux
3528 LED 3.5 mm x 2.8 mm 6-8 lumens
5050 LED 5.0 mm x 5.0 mm 16-22 lumens
5630 LED 5.6 mm x 3.0 mm 45-50 lumens

What is a 3528 LED strip?

The 3528 LED is a smaller SMD chip than those used on the 5050 LED strip SMD, its dimensions are 3.5mm x 2.8mm. The 3528 LED chip is mostly used in a LED tape of 60 LEDs per metre pulling 4.8w and at 12v (commonly known as 4.8w p/m or 5w p/m LED tape).

Do LED light strips get hot?

We have measured a typical temperature rise of 54°F (30°C) over ambient temperatures. In other words, for an LED strip in a typical room temperature environment of 75°F (24°C), you can expect the LED strip to reach a temperature of 129°F (54°C).

Is it cheaper to leave strip lights on?

Lower running costs The most obvious benefit from fluorescent strip lights is the efficient use of power. Fluorescent lights use less energy in the first place, which means reduced running costs.

Can LED cause fire?

So, can LED lights catch fire? LED bulbs do not generate enough heat to start a fire. This is because they are designed to use almost all their power sources solely for light emission. Because one of the main reasons for a bulb to catch fire is overheating, LED lights are safer than incandescent lights are.

Which is best LED or SMD?

One of the biggest improvements is that SMD spotlights offer a higher lumen output for a lower energy consumption – making them more powerful and energy efficient than older LED lights. This is because they work on the principle that fewer and larger SMD LEDs produce a greater lumen output.

What is the difference between 5050 and 3528 LEDs?

The different numbers correlate to the different physical dimensions of the chip. The numbers 5050, 3528, 2835, etc correlate to the size of the chip in millimeters. Some LEDs are brighter than others and some give off more light per watt.

What is the difference between a 5050 and a 2835 SMD?

In practice, you can view 2835 SMDs as a more efficient replacement for the 5050 – producing 20% more light but drawing less wattage. Each 2835 SMD pulls 0.2w (a 5050 SMD pulls 0.24w), so that’s around 12 watts per metre compared to 14.4w for the 5050 SMD, based on 60 LEDS p/m.

What is the difference between 3528 SMD and 3528 power?

This LED chip is the same size as the standard power and is available in the same colours. The only difference is the power. As the name makes clear, a double power 3528 SMD draws double the amount of power compared to a standard 3528 SMD and gives off double the amount of output.

What is the difference between 2835 and 5050 LED strip?

For example, 2835 LED strip is basically a strip that has LED chips with the dimensions 28mm × 35mm mounted on it. Here is an image of 2835 vs 5050 LED strip: All LED light strips are recognized by similar 4-digit numbers that tell you the size of the LEDs mounted on them.