What does RGB 2835 mean?

What does RGB 2835 mean?

SMD 2835. SMD 2835 Chips look very much like 3528 chips, but they use newer technology and are typically much more efficient. This means that for equivalent power, they can be much, much brighter. They’re smaller than the 5050 chips (2.8mm x 3.5mm). They make the ultimate in task lighting and even work lighting.

What is the difference between 2835 and 3528 LED?

As we all know, the model number shows the external size of the SMD LED. Therefore, 2835 (2.8*3.5mm) and the 3528 (3.5*2.8mm) have the same dimensions in length and width. The difference is the thickness, 2835’s regular thickness is 0.8mm, half of 3528.

Why are red LED lights not good?

Short answer is because human eyes don’t respond well to the color red, so it’s a very poor color choice for illumination purposes. Longer answer is the whole idea of having lights at night is to be able to see things at night. Human eyes are more sensitive to green and yellow, less sensitive to blue and red.

What does 2835 mean?

The 4-digit number tells you the width and length of each LED chip in the strip. The most common sizes are 2835, 3528, and 5050. For example, “SMD3528” would indicate the chips are 3.5 millimeters wide and 2.8 millimeters long. LED Chip Type.

Which led strip is the brightest?

The Lumen is then calculated based on the size of the sphere. This is why higher power LEDs are called “high-flux.” Lumens are used to judge the brightness of a LED strip. The greater the Lumens, the brighter the light emitted by the LED light strip….Lumens.

Lumens Incandescent LED
450 lm 40 W 6 – 9 W

Are 5050 LEDs brighter than 3528?

Simply put, these LED chips are called SMD 5050 because the dimensions of the chips are 5.0mm x 5.0mm. They have 3 LED diodes in one housing (sometimes called tri-chips), and are a lot brighter than individual 3528 LED chips.

Are red LED lights bad for you?

Unlike ultraviolet (UVA and UVB) light, red light will not burn your eyes, although you may feel a gentle warmth during treatment. But because eyes are extremely photosensitive, damage could occur from too much exposure.

Why can’t you put red LED lights at night?

Research suggests it’s because certain light in the spectrum at night suppresses the secretion of melatonin, a hormone that plays a major role in sleep/wake cycles. Even dim light can interfere with circadian rhythm and melatonin secretion, say scientists.