led tape understanding the difference between 5050 and 3528 led tape

by:Leimove     2020-02-22
There are two main chip sizes for LED tape;5050 and 3528.There is no secret to these numbers because they simply represent the length and width of a single LED chip.5 refers to 5050.0mm x 5.0mm chip, 3528 refers to 3.5mm x 2.8mm chips.However, it is a little harder to decide which one to choose, and unfortunately it is difficult to find some objective, impartial advice from your retailer.In the end, the chip size of your choice should fit your app, but it should also fit your budget, so be sure to reach a decent compromise.The main difference between the two chips is their brightness.Due to its large surface area, 5050 chips produce more light than 3528 chips.For this reason, 5050 chips are usually better served in applications that require a lot of light.An example of this might be a shop window display where LED tape must compete with the sun's light during the day to remain visible.The 3528 chip is usually enough for most domestic applications, such as cabinet lighting.However, this is not the rule of thumb.The amount of light produced by the Bar Light also depends on the number of LEDs per meter, so don't forget to include this in your decision-making process as well.The larger size of the 5050 chip also means that it consumes more power than the smaller 3528 chip.When choosing the right power supply, the overall power consumption of the LED tape is important, and the larger power supply usually costs more.If you find that you can save money this way by using 3528, then it may be worth it.The last point of the comparison is the cost.It is understandable that the cost of 5050 chips with higher optical output exceeds 3528.You may find yourself paying up to 5 pounds more for a strip using a 5050 chip, especially in larger settings, which can cost you moreFor anyone who works in a tight budget, it's worth considering.
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