Phobya LED-Flexlight HighDensity (72x SMD LED's) 120cm RGB

Phobya LED-Flexlight HighDensity (72x SMD LED's) 120cm RGB

Phobya
Scan code: LN40373 Manufacturer code: 83141 Request call
£29.99Item overdue since 09 December 2016
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Product Overview **Please be aware this item needs the controller kit in order to function, each controller kit will support 3 Flexlights, the controller is available here** Features • Length: 120cm.
• Connector: 4-Pin Molex.
Specifications
Specifications
Input Voltage 12V DC to 14V DC
Current DC
Input Current  
Power Consumption  
Luminous flux  
Color Temperature  
Colour Rendering Index (CRI)  
Fitting 4-Pin Molex
Life Span  
Incandescent Equivalent  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect for RGB motherboards with connector such as Asus Formula/ Hero Alpha Just wanted to make sure anyone else who is looking for a good quality RGB led light strip to connect to their new motherboard RGB connector, these work perfectly. They come with a male-to-male connector that you can just pull out to reveal the female connection needed for the motherboard directly or using its braided extension. The main colours are spot on when cycling while the white has a very slightly blue tint and the yellow slightly green but not something that would bother myself. Should be some low quality phone pictures/video attached. I didn't bother to stick them down yet and tidy everything up, just coiled it in for the test but this way you can see the led strip as the colours change. Will also have to find a way to turn off my sound card's red led :) 01 February 2016
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