NEW PRODUCT – Solderless Analog RGB LED Strip Clip Sampler

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NEW PRODUCT – Solderless Analog RGB LED Strip Clip Sampler. These ingenious little clips make it easier than ever to use our analog LED strips – no need to solder! The clips snap onto the ends of the LED strip and hold securely. They’re not waterproof but you could cover them in heat-shrink to make them weatherproof.

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You get one piece of three different types: One is a short “joiner” – it can join two strips together. The second type is a long “joiner” – it can join two strips together 6″ apart. The third type is a “pig-tail”, it gives you four stripped wires at the end that you can solder or plug into one of our controllers (also 6″ long).

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When using our analog LED strip, you’ll have to carefully remove the waterproofing with a small hobby-knife. This will work with our 30 LED/meter or 60 LED/meter strip. It will not work with the digital LED strip!

We have a tutorial on using these clips over at http://learn.adafruit.com/solderless-rgb-led-clips/

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1 Comment

  1. In the first photo, it looks like the green wire goes to “B” and the blue wire goes to “G”. Should that joiner be the other way around? I guess it doesn’t really matter, except for the pigtails.

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