Please note that solderless connectors are not compatible with silicone coated strips (iP65, iP65 , iP67 and iP68) as well as any type of Strips with more than 60 LEDs per meter such as type 3014 with 120 LEDs / meter, RGB 3535 and others high density strips.
Grip & Clip for ip20 (Without Silicone Coating)
All you need to do is remove the silicone coating on your Strip to expose the connectors, peel off paper that protects the adhesive on your strip, insert your Strip in the designated end of the connector, close the connectors using pliers and the special grip blades will make a reliable and secure connection for you.
You can then connect the RGB wire on the other end of the Grip & Clip connector: separate all 4 wires, without having to splice them: insert them in the 4 slots on the connector and grab a pair of pliers to clip the connector. You can now cut your wire to the desired length and repeat on the other end to obtain the perfect custom RGB extension.
Our pull down menu lets you choose how many connectors and how much wire to buy.
For indoor usage only
This product fits both 12V and 24V RGB Strips
Your 12V circuit will support up to three extension for a maximum of 4 meters of extension total
For better results, we recommend using a maximum of 4 solderless connectors, for a total of 2 links, per circuit. Unlike a solder, these connectors can create resistance on the circuit which tends to reduce the performance of components and reduce their lifespan.
Solderless connectors are an alternative for light work on strips that consume less than 60 watts. For optimal performance and durability, we recommend soldering your wires to the LED Strips terminals.
It is still possible to use the Grip & Clip connector with an IP65 Strip which has less than a 120LED/m. You will need to remove the silicone coating and connect an iP20 type connector to the Strip.