• HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
  • HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
  • HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
  • HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
  • HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
  • HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack
HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack

HitLights LED Light Strip Connector, 8mm Single Color 3528-6 Inch Any Angle Strip to Strip, 4 Pack

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  • Reliable and easy to use cable jumper connection for bending your strips around a corner extending them across a gap or connecting them to a power supply or dimmer. Bendable to 90 Degree or any shape
  • Solderless connection can be used by anyone. No tools soldering or electrical experience required. Connects directly to any 2Pin 8 mm PCB board. Compatible with both 12V and 24V strips
  • Connects easily to a cut section of LED light strip or rope light. Simply open the clasp make sure the strip aligns correctly with the connector and slide it underneath the Contact prongs pins
  • Four 6 inch connectors included in package. Compatible with all single color SMD3528 and other 8mm strips including warm White 3000K and cool white 5000K. Works with dimmable strip lights!
  • Hit Lights quality. Backed by a one year from Hit Lights for peace of mind. Contact our at any time for no-hassle troubleshooting and replacement or for any questions about purchasing or install

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***READ FOR HIGH DENSITY LED TAPE CONNECTION*** ***High Density LED TAPE***. This connector does in fact work with HitLights high density LED tape IF AND ONLY IF you cut the tape at the end of the last light. Cut the tape as far right past the cut line on the edge of the diode leaving all of the copper contact surface. The little door on this connector will close right at the diode while all contacts are touching and secure. Works perfect. 5These clips should be perfect but they aren't Got these as to repair some of the install damaged lines so I can connect them back together. These clips should be perfect but they aren't.All the light strips has a sticky side and you have to peel the silicone off. After you peel the silicone off (the top part), the circuit is very thin and you can hardly able to push it in to the pins. It's advice that you use something to loosen the pins up(just a tad) prior to push the light strip into it.Left and right side aren't aligned perfectly. I am having trouble with one side (the green color)barely touching the connector. Sometimes it will go in and out with it's connection. Maybe it's the strip but who knows. 2Work Great, with a few caveats I bought these for connecting LED strips into custom built furniture. I use the strips to provide lighting under shelves, behind supports, or other areas. Typically these areas are not easily accessible, so the reliability of the connection was my overwhelming concern.=== The Good Stuff ===* The connectors seemed to make a reliable connection, at least at first. It sometimes took a bit of "futzing" to get a reliable connection especially when using "waterproof" LED strips, but mostly that was just a few seconds of removing the outer covering.* The wires are just long enough (about 4 inches) that I was able to cut them in half and use each half to connect a piece of LED strip to a power supply.=== The Not-So-Good Stuff ===* They come with absolutely no instructions. The proper method for hooking up LED strips is not 100% obvious, but there are enough online tutorials to help you out.* I was a bit concerned about the reliability of these devices, and still am. I don't have any specific concerns, but I couldn't tell what materials the connectors are made out of. Since these connections are typically buried inside furniture, and not easy to get at, I am very sensitive to reliability of connectors. As a result, I ended up doing things the old fashioned way, making direct solder connections to the LED strip.=== Summary ===These worked well, and are probably fine for 95% of uses. It might take a bit of work to understand how to use them correctly, but once you do, there should be no problems. If I didn't have an application where I never wanted to worry about the connections over time, I would have used these with no hesitation. 4I also found that the wire connector/conductor is fairly large in size on one side of the cut but pretty darn small on the other I find them difficult to use. Aligning + with + is not difficult. But the flat wire goes under the metal holder in the connector. I found that these were always too tight to slide the light ribbon under. So I had to CAREFULLY lift up the holder to loosten it a bit.I also found that the wire connector/conductor is fairly large in size on one side of the cut but pretty darn small on the other side. This may be why I had so much problem getting a good connection.Had to send 2 of 3 3-ft connectors back for replacement. On one the plastic latch broke off. On the other I never could get a connection. This was after recutting both sides of the wire to get a pristine connection on the wire. But I did get a 3rd connection to work so I have hope.You need good eyesight to make the connections. I wish my reading glasses were stronger.Update 2/26/2015I increased my rating. Today I received the replacement two connector cables, I found two tips from another vendor of similar equipment quite helpful. 1) remove the tape covering the adhesive on the back of the end of the strip, I used my fingers to remove some of the stickiness. I found that this slips under the prongs in the connector much more easily. 2) be sure to test the electrical connection before you close the snap/top of the connector. This vendor said the connection spots have a little wax-type coating, so you might have to move the connector slighty. After verifying the connection, close the connector to make the connection permanent.Note that in the connector, that the two prongs, under which you push the wire/tape are what makes the electrical connection. They must be in contact with the contact spots on the wire/tape. The prongs in the lid penetrate the wire strip but are not electrical connective and only serve to hold the strip securely.I also found it wise to test the electrical connection of each piece each time I finish putting up a strip. I am doing kitchen under counter lights and there are four light segments. My 4th segment failed to light when I tested just after installing the 3rd. I opened the connector clasp and manipulated the wire with the lights on to finally find the problem connection, which I found to be tempermental. So I kept the light on after I clamped the clasp and positioned the connector under the cabinet and secured it with Gorilla tape.BTW I highly recomment gorilla tape to secure the connector plastic clasps and extraneous wire.OPne final note that my wire tape strip had the cut marks not in the center of the electrical connection tabs on the tape. The vendor advised to cut evenly between the halves of the connection tabs regardless of the markings on the wire/tape.I exchanged several emails with the manufacturer and found them responsive.Overall I am pleased with the product now that I got through my issues. 4Great product but needs directions *please read* I was almost completely through my second case before I figured out that you can slide the LED strip UNDER the prongs. Keep in mind, I was cutting bits of the strip off the sides to fit the strip on top of the prongs because the clip would not close back over the strip. Strip was too wide. Well DUH! The strip slides into the butt end of the opened clip. There are SLOTS wide enough for the full untrimmed strip to go. Plus, if you cut off the paper over the glue and slide the strip in, the backing glue makes it incredibly hard to slide into the clip up far enough under the prongs to light. DON'T pry the metal prongs up. I ruined one that way. If a small bit of the backing paper on the very end is lifted up, then trimmed, set back on the strip and slid into the clip slot, kapow! Simple. Yah, well, I would have loved that info IN ADVANCE! *grumble* But being a nice person, I am sharing the info in the hopes you will read it. You want to struggle, suffer and complain then do not follow my directions. Fortunately, I don't have to watch you, so go right ahead and ignore. 4Great connector With the mixed reviews, I was hesitant to buy this product. But the relatively low price and promise of easy connections was the deciding factor in giving it a chance. No directions were included (c'mon Hitlights!) but after reading many Amazon reviews and watching a few videos, I felt well prepared. I used 3 of the 4 connectors with a compatible Hitlights LED light strip, and each worked perfectly.Here are a few tips that might help:1. Be sure this connector is compatible with your strip. It seems some of the reviewers who rated low were using it for double-density or other incompatible LED strips.2. Each of the white clips of the connectors unsnap from their side and have a hinge on the other side. The LED strip is inserted into a channel, then the clips are folded back over and snapped closed.3. Make accurate, clean cuts exactly on the cut lines. You will have plenty of room for inserting into each connector.4. Pay attention to the polarity markings on both the LED strip and the connectors and match them up.5. DON'T remove the paper over the adhesive backing before you insert the strip into the connector. You would never get it seated all the way into the channel, and even if you did, it would probably result in a loose connection.6. When I inserted the strips into the channel, I had to push hard. And I mean really hard, to the point where I was worried the strip was going to bend. Just then, it slid right into the channel. So, don't be afraid to use some force.7. When you close up the connectors, press hard and be sure they snap closed.As I said, the 3 connectors I used worked perfectly and I have no reason to assume that the 4th would be any different. I thought about deducting a star because of the lack of directions, but as many included product directions are inferior to information and videos you find online anyway, stuck with 5 stars. Buy with confidence; you can do this! 5Did not work for my application. Works great for their intended task: connecting two RBG 10mm LED strips end to end. The LED strip slides neatly into a small slot and the connectors line up well under the pins. Do not place the LED strip on top of the pins, it will not fit or align well.I tried to use these connectors with xtf2015 Led Strip Lighting 5Meter 16.4ft Waterproof Flexible Color Changing RGB SMD5050 300 LEDs Light Strip Kit + 44 Key Remote Controller + 12V 5A Power Supply and EvZ 4 Color 20m RGB Extension Cable Line for LED Strip RGB 5050 3528 Cord 4pin, to create extra length, but could not get the wires to stay in place for a solid connection. I could have soldered the wire to the connector, but it made more sense to solder the wires directly to the LED strip.I had to remove the waterproof coating to expose the terminals for the clips. They should work well with non-waterproof strips, but I cannot recommend for wet or damp environments. 4Great Idea, but remarkably cheap product. I have to say that the "idea" of these connectors are absolutely great, however the manufacturer of these particular ones failed in making a product that will work more times than not.To get the most out of these, you MUST ensure the following:1. That your LED ribbon is cut very clean, and absolutely straight. If your cut line is slightly out of square to the strips edge you will likely have problems.2. The LED strips "edge" must be guided into the side grooved channel of the connectors. I have extremely good eyesight and almost missed this at first, but if you do not get the edges of the ribbon in these small guide channels when first inserting them, you will have problems right from the start.My issue with these connectors are that the pin contacts are EXTREMELY thin. Even with quite a bit of practice, I have gotten my failure rate down but the connections are not to be relied upon at all unless you delicately solder the strips contacts to the pins on both sides. My main complaint with these are that the pins are ridiculously thin themselves. The copper strip contacts are more durable than the pins. So, the only way to ensure a proper contact is to reinforce them with solder and even then, I hope your soldering skills are honed because you can burn & melt the pins in these contacts far too easily.These would be better if 1.) they used higher quality pin contacts that didnt melt so easily under a soldering tip and 2.) provided a longer channel to mate with the ribbon.I always followup these connections with a Hot Glue gun to secure their placement and to secure the closing flap. All in all, they are a real pain to work with even with all the workarounds to make them function like they should. They could make the job of joining RGB strips very easy, but still fall short because of cheap manufacture. 2Success after a hard fought battle - READ FOR CRITICAL INSTALL TIP The connectors work fine which merits 5 stars; however I deduct 2 stars for failure to provide directions.I divided a 16' HitLights LED strip into equal lengths to install above and below a mantle. I carefully read and compiled the installation tips included in the reviews and followed them to a "t". This included aligning the polarity (+ and - marks on strip and connectors and leaving the blue tape in place. Unfortunately, the connections failed ... repeatedly.I decided to start over by studying both the connector and the "cut" points on the LED strip. It was clear that installing the tape backwards in the connector to align polarity was not making the optimum connection. It was also clear that leaving the blue tape in place resulted in bunching of the tape further impairing contact.I made a fresh start by removing a 1/4" of blue tape and then aligning and inserting the tape into the connector face up with the - on the tape aligned with the + on the connector. (Doing this on both ends maintains polarity.) It snapped right into place. Now, the copper contacts on the tape are positioned directly under the silver contacts on the connector making a good, solid connection. Voila! No hit or miss with the points having the correctly penetrate and contact the wiring within the strip. 3Used in a pantry: hardwired and with a door switch - great! I'm leaving a similar review for each component in my project, so you might see it copy-pasted on the other pages. I purchased these lights (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HSF66JO?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00) to replace an old fluorescent light in my pantry that was on a light switch. I used these 3ft connectors to reach from one shelf to the next. The trickiest part was actually using a razor blade to clear off the waterproof covering on the LED strip to expose each connector on the cut end of the LED strip...its the only way to get them into the connectors...and they are touchy! I thought many times I had a bad connector only to try and try again to clean up the ends until I got a good connection. I also needed to use the razor blade to pry open the hinges on these connectors, they are surprisingly stout snap fit hinges.I also used a magnetic switch so the lights come on when the pantry door opens and turn off when the door shuts. All the specifics are with my review on the LED light strip (look for the same title review).The finished product looks and works great. Lots of bright light in the pantry and the light is no longer accidently left on all day. 5
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***READ FOR HIGH DENSITY LED TAPE CONNECTION*** ***High Density LED TAPE***. This connector does in fact work with HitLights high density LED tape IF AND ONLY IF you cut the tape at the end of the last light. Cut the tape as far right past the cut line on the edge of the diode leaving all of the copper contact surface. The little door on this connector will close right at the diode while all contacts are touching and secure. Works perfect. 5These clips should be perfect but they aren't Got these as to repair some of the install damaged lines so I can connect them back together. These clips should be perfect but they aren't.All the light strips has a sticky side and you have to peel the silicone off. After you peel the silicone off (the top part), the circuit is very thin and you can hardly able to push it in to the pins. It's advice that you use something to loosen the pins up(just a tad) prior to push the light strip into it.Left and right side aren't aligned perfectly. I am having trouble with one side (the green color)barely touching the connector. Sometimes it will go in and out with it's connection. Maybe it's the strip but who knows. 2Work Great, with a few caveats I bought these for connecting LED strips into custom built furniture. I use the strips to provide lighting under shelves, behind supports, or other areas. Typically these areas are not easily accessible, so the reliability of the connection was my overwhelming concern.=== The Good Stuff ===* The connectors seemed to make a reliable connection, at least at first. It sometimes took a bit of "futzing" to get a reliable connection especially when using "waterproof" LED strips, but mostly that was just a few seconds of removing the outer covering.* The wires are just long enough (about 4 inches) that I was able to cut them in half and use each half to connect a piece of LED strip to a power supply.=== The Not-So-Good Stuff ===* They come with absolutely no instructions. The proper method for hooking up LED strips is not 100% obvious, but there are enough online tutorials to help you out.* I was a bit concerned about the reliability of these devices, and still am. I don't have any specific concerns, but I couldn't tell what materials the connectors are made out of. Since these connections are typically buried inside furniture, and not easy to get at, I am very sensitive to reliability of connectors. As a result, I ended up doing things the old fashioned way, making direct solder connections to the LED strip.=== Summary ===These worked well, and are probably fine for 95% of uses. It might take a bit of work to understand how to use them correctly, but once you do, there should be no problems. If I didn't have an application where I never wanted to worry about the connections over time, I would have used these with no hesitation. 4I also found that the wire connector/conductor is fairly large in size on one side of the cut but pretty darn small on the other I find them difficult to use. Aligning + with + is not difficult. But the flat wire goes under the metal holder in the connector. I found that these were always too tight to slide the light ribbon under. So I had to CAREFULLY lift up the holder to loosten it a bit.I also found that the wire connector/conductor is fairly large in size on one side of the cut but pretty darn small on the other side. This may be why I had so much problem getting a good connection.Had to send 2 of 3 3-ft connectors back for replacement. On one the plastic latch broke off. On the other I never could get a connection. This was after recutting both sides of the wire to get a pristine connection on the wire. But I did get a 3rd connection to work so I have hope.You need good eyesight to make the connections. I wish my reading glasses were stronger.Update 2/26/2015I increased my rating. Today I received the replacement two connector cables, I found two tips from another vendor of similar equipment quite helpful. 1) remove the tape covering the adhesive on the back of the end of the strip, I used my fingers to remove some of the stickiness. I found that this slips under the prongs in the connector much more easily. 2) be sure to test the electrical connection before you close the snap/top of the connector. This vendor said the connection spots have a little wax-type coating, so you might have to move the connector slighty. After verifying the connection, close the connector to make the connection permanent.Note that in the connector, that the two prongs, under which you push the wire/tape are what makes the electrical connection. They must be in contact with the contact spots on the wire/tape. The prongs in the lid penetrate the wire strip but are not electrical connective and only serve to hold the strip securely.I also found it wise to test the electrical connection of each piece each time I finish putting up a strip. I am doing kitchen under counter lights and there are four light segments. My 4th segment failed to light when I tested just after installing the 3rd. I opened the connector clasp and manipulated the wire with the lights on to finally find the problem connection, which I found to be tempermental. So I kept the light on after I clamped the clasp and positioned the connector under the cabinet and secured it with Gorilla tape.BTW I highly recomment gorilla tape to secure the connector plastic clasps and extraneous wire.OPne final note that my wire tape strip had the cut marks not in the center of the electrical connection tabs on the tape. The vendor advised to cut evenly between the halves of the connection tabs regardless of the markings on the wire/tape.I exchanged several emails with the manufacturer and found them responsive.Overall I am pleased with the product now that I got through my issues. 4Great product but needs directions *please read* I was almost completely through my second case before I figured out that you can slide the LED strip UNDER the prongs. Keep in mind, I was cutting bits of the strip off the sides to fit the strip on top of the prongs because the clip would not close back over the strip. Strip was too wide. Well DUH! The strip slides into the butt end of the opened clip. There are SLOTS wide enough for the full untrimmed strip to go. Plus, if you cut off the paper over the glue and slide the strip in, the backing glue makes it incredibly hard to slide into the clip up far enough under the prongs to light. DON'T pry the metal prongs up. I ruined one that way. If a small bit of the backing paper on the very end is lifted up, then trimmed, set back on the strip and slid into the clip slot, kapow! Simple. Yah, well, I would have loved that info IN ADVANCE! *grumble* But being a nice person, I am sharing the info in the hopes you will read it. You want to struggle, suffer and complain then do not follow my directions. Fortunately, I don't have to watch you, so go right ahead and ignore. 4Great connector With the mixed reviews, I was hesitant to buy this product. But the relatively low price and promise of easy connections was the deciding factor in giving it a chance. No directions were included (c'mon Hitlights!) but after reading many Amazon reviews and watching a few videos, I felt well prepared. I used 3 of the 4 connectors with a compatible Hitlights LED light strip, and each worked perfectly.Here are a few tips that might help:1. Be sure this connector is compatible with your strip. It seems some of the reviewers who rated low were using it for double-density or other incompatible LED strips.2. Each of the white clips of the connectors unsnap from their side and have a hinge on the other side. The LED strip is inserted into a channel, then the clips are folded back over and snapped closed.3. Make accurate, clean cuts exactly on the cut lines. You will have plenty of room for inserting into each connector.4. Pay attention to the polarity markings on both the LED strip and the connectors and match them up.5. DON'T remove the paper over the adhesive backing before you insert the strip into the connector. You would never get it seated all the way into the channel, and even if you did, it would probably result in a loose connection.6. When I inserted the strips into the channel, I had to push hard. And I mean really hard, to the point where I was worried the strip was going to bend. Just then, it slid right into the channel. So, don't be afraid to use some force.7. When you close up the connectors, press hard and be sure they snap closed.As I said, the 3 connectors I used worked perfectly and I have no reason to assume that the 4th would be any different. I thought about deducting a star because of the lack of directions, but as many included product directions are inferior to information and videos you find online anyway, stuck with 5 stars. Buy with confidence; you can do this! 5Did not work for my application. Works great for their intended task: connecting two RBG 10mm LED strips end to end. The LED strip slides neatly into a small slot and the connectors line up well under the pins. Do not place the LED strip on top of the pins, it will not fit or align well.I tried to use these connectors with xtf2015 Led Strip Lighting 5Meter 16.4ft Waterproof Flexible Color Changing RGB SMD5050 300 LEDs Light Strip Kit + 44 Key Remote Controller + 12V 5A Power Supply and EvZ 4 Color 20m RGB Extension Cable Line for LED Strip RGB 5050 3528 Cord 4pin, to create extra length, but could not get the wires to stay in place for a solid connection. I could have soldered the wire to the connector, but it made more sense to solder the wires directly to the LED strip.I had to remove the waterproof coating to expose the terminals for the clips. They should work well with non-waterproof strips, but I cannot recommend for wet or damp environments. 4Great Idea, but remarkably cheap product. I have to say that the "idea" of these connectors are absolutely great, however the manufacturer of these particular ones failed in making a product that will work more times than not.To get the most out of these, you MUST ensure the following:1. That your LED ribbon is cut very clean, and absolutely straight. If your cut line is slightly out of square to the strips edge you will likely have problems.2. The LED strips "edge" must be guided into the side grooved channel of the connectors. I have extremely good eyesight and almost missed this at first, but if you do not get the edges of the ribbon in these small guide channels when first inserting them, you will have problems right from the start.My issue with these connectors are that the pin contacts are EXTREMELY thin. Even with quite a bit of practice, I have gotten my failure rate down but the connections are not to be relied upon at all unless you delicately solder the strips contacts to the pins on both sides. My main complaint with these are that the pins are ridiculously thin themselves. The copper strip contacts are more durable than the pins. So, the only way to ensure a proper contact is to reinforce them with solder and even then, I hope your soldering skills are honed because you can burn & melt the pins in these contacts far too easily.These would be better if 1.) they used higher quality pin contacts that didnt melt so easily under a soldering tip and 2.) provided a longer channel to mate with the ribbon.I always followup these connections with a Hot Glue gun to secure their placement and to secure the closing flap. All in all, they are a real pain to work with even with all the workarounds to make them function like they should. They could make the job of joining RGB strips very easy, but still fall short because of cheap manufacture. 2Success after a hard fought battle - READ FOR CRITICAL INSTALL TIP The connectors work fine which merits 5 stars; however I deduct 2 stars for failure to provide directions.I divided a 16' HitLights LED strip into equal lengths to install above and below a mantle. I carefully read and compiled the installation tips included in the reviews and followed them to a "t". This included aligning the polarity (+ and - marks on strip and connectors and leaving the blue tape in place. Unfortunately, the connections failed ... repeatedly.I decided to start over by studying both the connector and the "cut" points on the LED strip. It was clear that installing the tape backwards in the connector to align polarity was not making the optimum connection. It was also clear that leaving the blue tape in place resulted in bunching of the tape further impairing contact.I made a fresh start by removing a 1/4" of blue tape and then aligning and inserting the tape into the connector face up with the - on the tape aligned with the + on the connector. (Doing this on both ends maintains polarity.) It snapped right into place. Now, the copper contacts on the tape are positioned directly under the silver contacts on the connector making a good, solid connection. Voila! No hit or miss with the points having the correctly penetrate and contact the wiring within the strip. 3Used in a pantry: hardwired and with a door switch - great! I'm leaving a similar review for each component in my project, so you might see it copy-pasted on the other pages. I purchased these lights (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HSF66JO?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00) to replace an old fluorescent light in my pantry that was on a light switch. I used these 3ft connectors to reach from one shelf to the next. The trickiest part was actually using a razor blade to clear off the waterproof covering on the LED strip to expose each connector on the cut end of the LED strip...its the only way to get them into the connectors...and they are touchy! I thought many times I had a bad connector only to try and try again to clean up the ends until I got a good connection. I also needed to use the razor blade to pry open the hinges on these connectors, they are surprisingly stout snap fit hinges.I also used a magnetic switch so the lights come on when the pantry door opens and turn off when the door shuts. All the specifics are with my review on the LED light strip (look for the same title review).The finished product looks and works great. Lots of bright light in the pantry and the light is no longer accidently left on all day. 5
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