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4 RGB LEDs Strip

  • +5V: Common anode of the three LEDs and needs to connect to DC 5V

  • B: Cathode of the blue LED

  • R: Cathode of the red LED

  • G: Cathode of the green LED

The RGB strip is composed of 4 RGB LEDs and has the ability to produce any shade of any color, it is a mixture of three primary colors; red, blue and green.

The RGB LEDs used are 5050, connected in a common anode way. Each LED is an independent circuit, can be cut along the switch at will, without damaging other parts. Made of FPC board, backed with double-sided adhesive, can be bent and secured at will.


  • Work Voltage: DC5V

  • Color: Full color RGB

  • Working Temperature: -15-50

  • RGB Type: 5050RGB

  • Current: 150mA (single circuit)

  • Power: 1.5W

  • Light Strip Thickness: 2mm

  • Light Strip Width: 5.5mm

  • Cable: ZH1.5-4P, 25cm, 28AWG, Black