- QUICK AND FLEXIBLE CONNECTION: Connect cct strips to wire without stripping insulation, no soldering. The Alightings 3pin led light connectors are suitable for 10mm Dual Color LED strip lights, can also be applied to both non-waterproof and IP65 waterproof light strips. One end connects 3-conductor 22 gauge extension cable and another end for cct led strip. The led tape light connectors can not work with 8mm led strips, 3528 rgb led strip, or 20 awg wire.
- FREE FROM THE LIMIT OF TERMINAL POSITION: Connect wire by yourself as need, use these cct 3 pin led connectors with 22 gauge 3 conductor extension cable to get lighting exactly where you want it. No mater board to wire input or strip to strip jumper, extension distance and angle are no more problems to you.
- STRONG COMPATABILITY: The led strip connector compatible with 5v, 12v, 24v led light strips, work for IP20/ IP65 10mm width 5050 CCT 3 Soldering Pads tape light. You only need to align the front side (led surface) of the light strip with the pins of the connector, and then buckle the transparent cover to achieve a stable and good connection. Suit for 22 awg 3 conductor wire, solid wire and multi-core wire.
- Allow user to attach 3 conductor flat wire according project requirement (Wire Color, Cross Section, length,etc)
- Support big current
- Good for high density light LED strip,don’t mask light of first LED.
- Gripping LED strip very reliably
Note: above operation is about non-waterproof version, waterproof types are such similar.
- LED Types: CCT
- LED Quantity Supported: 30~90 LEDs/Meter
All LED strip listed above are CCT with 3 soldering pads on 10mm wide FPCB
3 pin 10mm for CCT Strips lights
|Type||Strip to wire||Strip to strip joint|
|Workable Wire Gauge||22 AWG||/|
|Workable Wire Cross Sectional Area||0.34 mm²||/|
|Workable Wire OD||Max 2.1 mm||/|
|Way of Contact||insulation-piercing contact|
|Housing Color (cap/base)||Transparent|
|Min.LED Strip Thickness||>0.2mm|
|Pin Material||Phosphor Copper (Cu)|
|Flame Retardant Level||UL94v-0|
Remark: The data above are tested under 25℃.
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