LED Strip Connectors

LED strip connectors are accessories that are used to connect two or more LED strips together, creating a seamless and continuous lighting solution. They come in various shapes, sizes, and types to fit different types of LED strips. Here are some common types of LED strip connectors:

  1. Jumper Connectors: Also known as bridge connectors, they are used to connect two LED strips end-to-end.

  2. L-Shape Connectors: These connectors are used to connect LED strips at a 90-degree angle. They are commonly used to make corners in LED strip lighting installations.

  3. T-Shape Connectors: These connectors are used to split a single LED strip into two separate strips, allowing for multiple lighting paths to be created from one power source.

  4. Power Connectors: These connectors are used to connect the LED strips to a power source. There are different types of power connectors, such as DC jack connectors, screw terminal connectors, and snap-in connectors.

  5. Extension Cables: These cables are used to extend the length of an LED strip. They come in various lengths and typically have male and female connectors at either end.

It's important to choose the right type of connector for your LED strip installation, as using an incompatible connector can cause damage to the LED strip or result in a poor connection.