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SMD LED Strips - Will these work?

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hi guys, was just shopping around trying to find some led strips. Stumbled across these:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/JSG-Accessories%C2%AE-Flexible-Non-Waterproof-QUALITY/dp/B008ER0V5U/ref=lh_ni_t?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A2WJIPWU7LLA0W

Will these work if i solder a molex plug to them?

Thanks in advance biggrin.gif
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"12v 24watts"
so that's 12v and 2A, should be fine.
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Says they are 12v so I don't see why not. Good choice on SMD's, I highly prefer them over standard LED strips.
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Originally Posted by l0max View Post

"12v 24watts"
so that's 12v and 2A, should be fine.

Cool! Thanks for the quick reply smile.gif
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Originally Posted by ViperSB1 View Post

Says they are 12v so I don't see why not. Good choice on SMD's, I highly prefer them over standard LED strips.

Thanks! Only really went for them cause theyre slim, so easy to hide away, but pack a punch!!
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