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1W 60x8mm LED White Light Strip US $0.60 (~ AU $0.75) Shipped @ Zapals

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Another so-called freebie from Zapals. I bought one to see if it can last the 50000 hours. Cashbacks apply

Features
High quality, reliable.
Low power consumption, high brightness.
Energy-saving and eco-friendly.
The LED COB Strip is harmless for skin and eyes.
Ideally suitable for home, car, bicycle lights, studio and exhibition lighting, etc.

Specifications
Luminous Flux 250-499Lumens
Average Life 50000hours
Beam Angle 120°
Base Type LED COB Strip
Power 1W
Color Temperature 6000-6500K
Max Current 300mA
Application Working lights, Emergency lights, Car lights, Bicycle lights, Decorative lights, Indoor DIY lights
Product Size 60mm x 8mm
Package Contents 1 x LED COB Strip

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closed Comments

  • How to power it up? Constant Voltage or Constant Current?

    • +2

      It needs an LED driver (300mA) circuit. A type of constant current source.

  • +6

    250-499Lumens

    With 1 Watt? I don't think so….

    • The maximum possible efficiency for a light source is 683lm/W, with pure green light: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luminous_efficacy

      Even at the 'low' end of 250lm/W, the featured light source would be more efficient than every light source on that list. Councils, building owners, and sports stadiums would be falling over themselves to buy these and cut power costs or… These are Chinese lumens. Like those 10,000mAh rechargeable AA batteries on eBay for a dollar.

  • do they ever deliver these?

    • Yes, ive ordered many freebies off zapals and they have all arrived. It just takes about a month lol

    • Yeah, Zapals are actually extremely reliable deliverers in my experience (well over 10 orders, all eventually arrived, nothing broken/not working received yet). Like Raz-man says though don't expect any order to arrive in a hurry!

  • +3

    I bought one to see if it can last the 50000 hours

    Do tell! Can't wait to hear back in 5.7 years.

    • Yeppers, the 'Average Life 50000hours' (5.7 years) claim is hilarious… I can't help but wonder wtf it is based on… It sure isn't actual 'real-time' testing! LOL

  • I don't even know how I'm going to use this, but got one anyway