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  1. Date: July 27, 2018 at 14:17
    Author: Hamid Mostajabi

    I would like to use LED strip on a piece of wood. do you think it is dangerous because they get hot?

  2. Date: August 28, 2018 at 17:06
    Author: Mike Disher

    why are there 2 5630 and how do you know if its good quality or not?

  3. Date: August 31, 2018 at 17:52
    Author: Bogdan Andrei

    Thank you for sharing this test with us. I would like to purchase the 5630 (Good quality) for my investment. However i'm a bit confused right now because a similar test on 5630 was done here ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmAmSWY19wY) and it sounds like the light is dim, even if the led profile looks very similar. Could you please post some links from Aliexpress where i can be sure the outcome will be similar with yours? thx

  4. Date: October 10, 2018 at 07:03
    Author: Trust Noone

    Another good production. As I wrote in a previous comment regarding one of your videos, you keep it simple. Although you added the watt & lux meters, it didn't complicate anything. The extra info. you provided by using the equipment was very helpful. In particular, the lux meter. As I said in my previous comment, I've been an electronic tech for 40 plus years & I'm wanting to change out lighting fixtures in my shop using LED strips. You tested other strips this time, and I thank you for that. Now I need to decide what I'm going to go with. The nice thing about these strips is they can be cut to pretty much any length so a person could make any size or shape of fixture you may need. Thanks again for this informative video, and take care.

  5. Date: October 12, 2018 at 19:16

    Can you help me please .!
    I’ve just bought
    7000K 5630 Cool White 16ft/5m 300LEDs Non-waterproof LED Light Strip 60/M DC 12V

    I’m gonna install them in my car what kind of downgrade resistor should I use ????
    Please let me know thank you here in YouTube or my email at waltersfiles@yahoo.com

  6. Date: November 14, 2018 at 08:32
    Author: Rafa Castro

    awesome! it's great to find simple videos with usefull information like yours without loud music. thanks for your work!

  7. Date: December 6, 2018 at 02:00

    Hi

    Many thanks for this test

    I hesitate between 2835 120led /m and 2835 180led /m to cultivate in a greenhouse 1m20 / 1m20? Your opinion ?

  8. Date: December 27, 2018 at 11:15
    Author: Tom Jaworski

    Great test ,for the future tests could you please do a temperature reading that would be greatly appreciated because using heatsink is not always possible

  9. Date: February 3, 2019 at 13:31
    Author: Fatih Özcelik

    I have a question …..
    I bought a new apartment, so I want to install all over with good led Stripes (RGB ones), but I don’t now which one I should pick here ?
    They are so many models I don’t now which is the best or is recommended. I like install the LEDs under the kitchen cabinets, on the ceiling as cool lighting, behind the tv so I get a really good effects … and i want to control it over WiFi and use Alexa or Google Home with the Stripes.

    The Philips Hue lightstripes are my favorite at the moment but they are very expensive, then I need i guess about 30-50m of the LEDs , so I want to ask which one u can recommend here with a really good power supply, so I can go max brightness ?

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