Premium Rectangle LED Module - Customer Questions

Frequently Asked Questions by Oznium Customers

What size gauge wire is used on these lights?
20 or 22 AWG.
If i buy 4 of these 2 nlue and 2 cool white how much amperage would it draw? And what size power supply should i buy? And are the rgn just as bright as individuals?
Each module (3LEDs) draws 40mA, so 4 modules draws 160mA.
Please order 2 amp version: https://www.oznium.com/power-adapters/ac-adapter

If you need waterproof adapter, please order 420mA version:
Can this module be under water (2 feet) for ever? Last for a year underwater? - by Kevin (Frisco, TX)
No. These modules are water-resistant but non-submersible.
Can you create a vivid deep UV purple with this module? - by Ian (Arizona)
It seems you could be asking two things:

1) If the RGB (Million) color version is able to create a purple color. Yes, by combining the red and blue LEDs at a certain intensity, it can create a purple color. You can use the RGB (Million) color version in combination with an LED Controller.

2) If we can custom make these LED Modules for you with a specific wavelength of UV (Ultra Violet) LEDs (for example in the 395nm, 405nm, 410nm range). Yes, we certainly can, but will require a minimum order of at least a few thousand pieces.
Are these decently visible during the day? I'm installing police lights on a Power Wheels and I am planning on using these, just want to make sure they will be bright enough. My guess is they will be perfect. - by JSR (Maryland)
They will be seen up close but faintly from far away.
How do you install these lights? Power and ground? - by Gerry (Canada)
They are wired for 12vDC, wire to any low power source or with an adapter you can power them with 120v. Here are the adapters: https://www.oznium.com/power-adapters/ac-adapter
If one unit breaks, say crushed (think under a vehicle) will the chain fail or still operate?
As long as the wiring is not damaged the rest of the string will operate.
if i need 58 ft , How many rgb module do i need to buy ? - by Eric (United States)
The length of each module is 2.76", and the length of the wire is 3.56", bringing the total length of one module plus wire to 6.32"
58 feet x 12" = 696"
696" / 6.32" = 110 modules
Is 1 quantity will be 1 module?
If I only need one module in a location and surface mount it will there be any wire hang out at the opposite end or can i cut it flush?
Cut off any extra wire you don't need.
Will these work on 12V AC? - by Tom (United States)
What size should my in-line fuse be if I were to use 8-10 premium LED light modules? - by Jeepers (Orange, CA)
2 to 3 amps would be fine
are resistors needed for these lights or are they plug and play - by Kevin (Mount Orab, OH)
These are designed to work directly on any 12V power source.
Resistors are not needed.
How bright would one modal be compared to the super-flux 4 chip?
This would be twice as bright.
Are these dimmable?
If I spaced three of these at the top of a 36"W x 30"H, section of wall at 6", 18" and 30" points and mounted with a slight downward angle, will these have enough angle of view to cover the full 36" x 30" area ? - by Grev
It will not be a solid wall of light but might give you the look you want. You can try it and always add more later if needed.
Do you know how many lumens or flux each module puts out? Also what IP rating? - by Kenneth (Cortez, CO)
Sorry don't have this information on this product.
How much space in between each module?
3.56 inches. Here is some more tech info: https://www.oznium.com/premium-led-module#tech