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LEdtronics, Inc.: Super-Intensity Sealed Backlight LED Modules

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StringLED Series STP301S LED light strips are an easily configured solution for a host of indoor and outdoor applications, including lighting channel and reverse-channel letters, signs, displays, under-counter lighting, emergency exits, etc. Cool-running modules eliminate broken tubes, ballast failures, etc. They can be used singly or in groups of up to 100 units. LEDtronics, Inc., Torrance, CA

The price for a pack of four Prices for Hi-Flux Connectable LED Modules range from $14.50 - $48.50 each, depending on the number of LEDs. Large quantity discounts are available. Availability is stock to 4 - 6 weeks for special requirements. StripLEDs carry a 1-year limited warranty. For additional information on how to incorporate StripLED modules into your product designs, contact LEDtronics toll free at 1-800-579-4875, telephone 310-534-1505, fax at 310-534-1424, click here to email us or mail at LEDtronics Inc., 23105 Kashiwa Court, Torrance, CA 90505. Visit our website at

Read the datasheet on line at URL: STP306C

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Jordon Papanier at 310-534-1505
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