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Led In-line Joiner (jumper) Ip20 For 12mm Rgbw Strips Ledclj5pin12

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Led in-line joiner (jumper) Ip20 for 12mm Rgbw strips LEDCLJ5PIN12 LEDCLJ5PIN12 By Comus

Led In-line Joiner (jumper) Ip20 For 12mm Rgbw Strips Ledclj5pin12

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Comus Led in-line joiner (jumper) Ip20 for 12mm Rgbw strips LEDCLJ5PIN12 LEDCLJ5PIN12

Comus 5pin quick in-line joiner (board-to-board connector) for 12mm wide LED RGBW strips

This quick to use joiner saves time and effort compared to other joiners avaialble on the market.
It also removes the need to solder on site and reduces wastage by allowing to connect off cuts together.

Easy to use jumper. Just unclick the upper parts of the joiner, carefully push the two 12mm strips inside until the PCB pad fits below the 5 pins on each side.
Always take note to ensure correct polarity before powering the strips.

Compatible with Comus LED RGBW strips IP20 and IP65 12mm wide.
When used with the IP65 strip it will downgrade the rating to IP20 unless additional actions are taken to preserve the IP65 rating.
This power feeder can carry a max. current of 3A (so 72W at 24V or 36W at 12V).

Fixing - we strongly recommend the use of a double adhesive tape underneath the joiner or the use of silicone.
This will fix the device in place protecting the start of the LED tape on the long run.

Suitable profiles With cover - LEDAL09, LEDAL20, LEDAL21, LEDAL23, LEDAL31, LEDAL32, LEDAL33, LEDAL40, LEDAL41, LEDAL42

Rated current: 3 A
Max wattage (12/24V): 36/72 W
LED strip required width: 12 mm
Cable length: no
cable Rated
voltage: <25 V
Width: 16.5 mm
Length: 20.5 mm
Height: 5 mm
Quantity: sold individually

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SKU FAV-LEDCLJ5PIN12
Barcode N/A
Manufacturer Comus
Manfacturer Code LEDCLJ5PIN12
Series N/A

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