|Package Dimensions||20.57 x 12.7 x 4.06 cm; 272 Grams|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Type of Bulb||Led|
|Item Weight||272 g|
5050 4Pin LED Strip Connector Kit - 10mm RGB LED Connector Kit Includes 32.8FT RGB Extension Cable 10x LED Strip Jumper 10x L Shape Connectors 10x Gapless Connectors 20x LED Strip Clips
- PACKAGE INCLUDES: 1x 32.8FT RGB extension cable, 10x LED strip jumper connector, 2x strip to RGB controller jumper, 10x L Shape Connectors, 2x T Shape Connectors, 10x gapless LED strip Connector, 20x LED strip light clips, 10x 4 Pin Male Connector
- APPLICATION: 10mm 4 wire LED light strip connector kit for waterproof and non-waterproof 5050 RGB Color Changing LED strip lights
- OPERATING CONDITION: These LED tape connectors support 0-4A current and 0-24V voltage input, heat resistance level from -20 ~ 100 degree
- NOTE: When connecting waterproof LED strip lights with these LED strip connectors, silicon gel on the surface of soldering area must be peeled off
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This 5050 4 Pin LED strip light connnector kit provides the most parts you need for a DIY LED strip light project. The RGB extension cable is for 5050 RGB Color Changing LED strip light, electrical appliance and equipment, transformer, lamps and motor lead wire connection, led splitter connection, bending a strip around corner etc. The LED strip jumper connector is used for connecting RGB 5050 flexible LED light strips and strip segments around corner. The l shaped led strip connector is used when you need to spring your light strips around sharp 90 degree corner. The gapless led strip connector helps connect two RGB 5050 flexible LED tape light and strip segments easily and quickly without soldering. The LED strip clip is easy to fix the light strip by one screw, and take down the LED strip light from the other end freely when replace or maintain it. Warm Reminder: If you meet any problems during installation, please contact us by email on Amzon of "Ask a question" button, you will get a reply within 24 hours. Package Includes: 1 x 32.8FT RGB extension cable 10 x LED strip jumper connector 2x strip to RGB controller jumper 10 x L Shape Connectors 2x T Shape Connectors 10 x Gapless LED strip Connector 20 x LED strip light clips 10x 4 Pin Male Connector
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Not exactly, the silicon on waterproof LED strips are molded into place so you can't just peel them off. You can try to cut them off but the copper film is so thin the ends will not work with even the lightest of error cutting or scraping the silicon off. There is another connector I just found that solves the problem for connecting a 4 wire extension to outdoor strip without preping the strip end or the wire. Just clamp-on. Search for: 10 Pack RGB 4Pin LED Strip Connector for 10mm Waterproof RGB 5050 LED Strip, Quick Strip to Wire Connector Without Stripping Wire.
On a side note, I wasn’t even going to write a review for these ones as I thought that for the price point they were the best ones you could get but I saw a few of the reviews saying that these don’t work with waterproof LEDs. That is not accurate. As you can see in the picture, mine are waterproof. Also attached a video showing that there’s zero lag between connected sections. In order to use the connectors all you need to do is remove the waterproof material from the conductive dots and connect it as expected.
If someone wants to know more about my setup, and verify my light strips are in fact waterproof, these are the lights I used:
They worked for what I wanted but I would only recommend them when on sale. Had a few issues with them, none related to these connectors, this is my review for those:
Anyway, if my review helped you in any way, please let me know by clicking the "helpful" button below. Any questions you may have, feel free to ask… Thank you!
There I crimped to 4 conductor wire as apposed to this flat wire but it would have worked there instead.
The corner fittings I had trouble with 2 of 4 not making good contact. I don't think 8t was my lights it's just a weak link and doesn't seat well against the conductive ends after cutting it to length.
The part that gets me is lack of a connector to go from this flat wire to a connector that seats on a cut length of rgb light... That's the whole point is to split your light ribbon as needed to run to another section where lights are needed.
Pro's: Splicing is extremely simple (refer to the YouTube Instructions). The screwdown braces are helpful as the strips are prone to lift - be sure to thoroughly clean under counter especially near a stove where you've cooked with grease for a billion years. However..
Cons: The jumpers seem to need some dialelectric to make a more permanent connection. You have to play with the seating just a bit for them to connect all colors or work at all.
Big Con: Would be EXTREMELY nice if the other jumpers between the pre-fab'd ends connecting the transformer to the strip light were included. I did not know to order them and ended up cutting/soldering/shrink tubing (@#$%). BE MORE CLEAR with your INSTRUCTIONS Tingkam.
Regardless of these minor details, we stuck the landing.
Next, the concept of a clip connection is a joke. The clips are totally unreliable, and it didn't take much experimentation before I realized that the connections needed to be soldered. I was working with both waterproof and non-waterproof light strips--both need to be soldered for a reliable connection.
My tips for working with the L and T connectors:
Method 1: Pull the plastic clips off of the connectors and throw them away. Tape the led strips and connector down to a board to hold them in place while you solder the strips to the connector. Do this before you peel and stick the light strips.
Method 2: This method is helpful if you want to put the connector on in place while you are sticking your led strip to the wall or ceiling. Start by prepping your strip ends by putting a small bead of solder on each lead. Use a knife to pry up the metal pins in the plastic connector clips to make it easier to slide in the strip ends. Slide the connector onto the strip end, the beads of solder will be under the metal clip pins. Now use your hot soldering iron to push down on top of each clip pin--it will melt the solder underneath and create a reliable connection.
After working with these, I really don't think there could be a reliable solderless solution out there. The strip connection leads are just too unreliable with any type of contact only connection. Save yourself the hassle and plan to solder the connections from the start.