How to install flexible led strip lights correctly?
The versatility and many advantages of flexible led strip lights have completely changed the way we illuminate our homes and office spaces. Whether you want to add ambient lighting to a kitchen or commercial space, or an office needs some task lighting, LED strips can change any space with stylish and cost-effective lighting solutions. In addition, since no previous electrical knowledge is required to install the LED tape, creating the desired effect couldn't be easier. Just follow this guide to learn how to install flexible led strip lights yourself.

1. Suitable tape
LED tape is a full range of colors, such as available amber, blue, green, pink and red, and various temperatures, including cool, neutral, and warm white light. If you don't want to stick to only one color, you can choose a color-changing strip light. The wattage of the LED tape is also different-usually from 5 to 25 watts-which determines the brightness of the lamp (in lumens). Therefore, there are many types of LED strips that can help you get the appearance you want.

2. Area width
Flexible led strip lights usually have easy-to-install adhesives and can be easily cut into various lengths from their 5-meter-long reel. When choosing the light bar to be installed, it is important to consider the width of the tape and the width of the area where the tape is to be installed. You also need to look at the number of LEDs per meter, because this determines whether the light is evenly dispersed.

3. Power supply
Most flexible led strip lights can be powered by a power source. However, because the voltage and current of the UK utility power are higher than the voltage and current required to power the LED tape, you need to install a driver to reduce the voltage and current.

4. Connect to power
Most flexible led strip lights are sold on 5 million reels and require some basic wiring. To install a utility LED strip, you will need a roll of LED tape, a compatible driver, and a compatible LED connector cable.

5. Connector wire
Connect the LED tape to the connector wire by inserting the end of the tape into the clip of the wire, making sure that the red wire matches the "+" sign on the tape and the black wire matches the "-" sign. Press firmly on the back of the connector clip to close the buckle. You may have to remove some of the adhesive side strips.

6. Connect to the drive
Remove the backing of the tape and press it firmly on the surface of your choice, whether it's on the ceiling, wall, or under the counter. Connect the other end of the connector cable to the drive. In addition, you can also try the connection range and easy-to-use tape we prepared. These light strips have a pre-installed jack that can be directly inserted into the corresponding driver. Plug the driver into the power source, and then turn on the power source.