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UV Cabinet Light for Drying and Adding Color to Violins
We are changing the lights in the UV cabinet we use for drying and adding color to violins. It is a small cabinet 700mm High x 500m wide x 500mm deep. The real UV LED strips, I can cut to size, I will then need adapters, 7095, and the LED jump strips. I am unsure say if I have 4 x 600mm strips in the cabinet. What I would need with the PN 3091 PSU? Can I daisy chain off this PSU? I am in the UK so want to be sure I get all I need in one order.
We can confirm that multiple connected segments of LED Strip Light products can be connected to a single FilmGrade™ DC Power Supply for LED Strip using accessories such as the LED Strip to Strip Solderless Connectors.
So long as the hardware-defined maximum combined length is less than 5 meters, no voltage drop or reduced output should be encountered.
In the hopes that it proves to be helpful, we have provided a LayoutMap link below for an installation that utilizes multiple connected segments of realUV™ LED Strip Lights.
In our use, we would have 4 individual strips in a small cabinet. We can use the strip-to-strip connectors, 3071, to do this. But do you have any longer than 6”?
Though we do not have longer LED Strip to Strip products available, two alternatives come to mind that might be helpful alternatives.
Primarily, the LED Strip to Wire Connectors could be connected together using wire nuts or soldering to create expanses that are 11.8 inches in total.
If the ideal wire expanses between the LED Strip Lights are to be greater than 11.8 inches, you may alternatively be interested in soldering or connecting the aforementioned LED Strip to Wire Connectors to our 16 AWG wiring.
That being said, please note that long lengths of wiring within installations can cause voltage drops and reduced lumen output per subsequent foot of connected LED Strip Light products.
In the hopes that it proves to be helpful for your installation planning process, we have attached a link to our Voltage Drop Calculator below.
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