6 LED Strip Blue
Lead Length: 81cm
Yes these work ok at 11-12 Volts. they Draw 0.09 Amps.Hi everyone , Looks like the current limiting resistors on the board are dividing the LEDs into pairs at 150 Ohm for each 2 LEDs . might not be right . Good clear light at 7-9 Volts.
I'm new to quads and get a bit crossed up sometimes while learning, so I thought the idea of seeing a blue light if its pointing at me would be a good navigator. " If its BLUE if coming at you " Its my saying so you all can have that one now.
Paddy.These LED strips are rated at 12v so they have the WRONG CONNECTOR. They have a JR plug so they will fit directly in the receiver which is a 5v supply. To make them work you need to connect direct to a 3s lipo (11.1v)They are not very bright at all on RX voltage and they will start smoking if you plug them into 6S.
Probably best to run them at 3S but its a bit silly having them fitted with a servo connector when they are so dim at that voltage.Hobby king led lights are great beside the 6 pack blue one. There must be a bad production. same packs with diffrent colors (red, green ,yellow) works perfect. Hobby King will send you new ones insead.
So, do yourself a favour and dont by this 6 pack bluelight ones.
Nice intensive shining blue LEDs :)Use only to 6,0 volt 2000 amp. And the led will work perfect, great light . I recommended. Special for landing light.Just excellent, low weightI ordered two of these and each tape was one of the broken LED. My LED Strips is not as bright as I hoped. Does NOT work on the navigation light. Resistors are not suitable and LEDs are very dim. Only positive thing are price and connector..I have bought these to put on my quadcopter. When i attach them to my 3s battery they became hot very fast. It would be handy if there was some sort off volt indication in the product description.
However they work and are cheap. So what else can i say then great stuff