ProFlex 24V LED Light Strips
Our 24V LED strip lighting are professional lighting solution from the ProFlex range. These 24V strip LED lights will provide a bright and consistent lighting design. Ideal for high-end projects such as products, exhibitions and commercial projects.
With a massive range of LED 24V strip lights available, with varying wattages, styles, colours and IP ratings, there will be the perfect 24V light strip for your unique installation. Read our "LED Product Filters Explained" case study for more information on IP ratings.
24V LED tape is a versatile and brilliant product, especially due to the fact that it suffers from little voltage drop. This ensures a consistent and reliable light output. This is perfect for production lighting where it is vital that the lighting is consistent along the whole strip when being filmed.
This also makes them ideal for a range of projects whether for homes or offices. Read our case studies for a huge range of ideas on where to install 24V LED light strips creatively for visually stunning designs.
24v LED flexible strips are effortless to install and can be mounted almost anywhere. Read our case study "What do I need to install LED strip lights?" for everything you need to professionally install 24V strip lights.
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Are 24V LED strips Better Than 12V LED strips
Low voltage LED strips are often used in professional lighting installs in both commercial and domestic projects. When specifying an LED strip the voltage is an important factor to take into account.
Both 12V and 24V LED strips can be made to the same quality with high specs like CRI and wattage. However, we are often asked as to whether 24V LED strips are better than 12V LED strips.
The voltage and wattage of an LED strip determine the current that that LED strip draws. For a 12V and 24V strip operating at the same wattage the current running through the 12V strip will be higher. Current is the rate of flow of charge and generally the higher the current the higher the strain on electrical components.
Because of this 24V products typically last longer than 12V products due to the fundamental way in which the product works. This is dependent on the quality and spec of the LED strip being used as quality may differ between brands.