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    Default 5V dumb pixel strip

    Does anyone have a 5 volt dumb pixel strip laying around that they want to get rid of?
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    Default Re: 5V dumb pixel strip

    I don't think I have ever seen Dumb RGB strips in 5V .. They are all 12V. I might have a 12V strip or a partial 12v strip .. if you only need a certain length. Give me a call.
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    Default Re: 5V dumb pixel strip

    Ok, I don't know why I got 5V on the brain... maybe thats only pixels.. My daughter is actually making a new costume and is adding lighting to it so weight of a battery pack is factor.
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    Default Re: 5V dumb pixel strip

    Quote Originally Posted by robb3369 View Post
    Ok, I don't know why I got 5V on the brain... maybe thats only pixels.. My daughter is actually making a new costume and is adding lighting to it so weight of a battery pack is factor.
    Do you need color ? I have some white pixie light LEDs with a battery pack. They last a long time.
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    Default Re: 5V dumb pixel strip

    She wants to change the colors. When I got my dumb strip for my pumpkins, I also got the cheapie remote control to change colors on the strips.
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    Default Re: 5V dumb pixel strip

    We have 5v pixel led strip (sk6812 led strip),it's one led one pixel,every led can be controlled individually.

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