What is the difference between red and infrared led strips?
Red light emits at 630nm/640nm and 660nm/670nm, which is visible light and mainly used for treating skin surface; while infrared light emits at 730nm, 810nm, 850nm and 940nm, which is invisible light and can only be used in night mode commonly used in multi-touch display and monitoring market as well as medical handheld and still cameras. The infrared LED strip light series is DC12/24V low input voltage, safe and efficient, and infrared light generates the most heat, which is harmless to human body, while stimulating mitochondrial function, thus increasing metabolism, improving tissue repair and reducing inflammation. Currently, we offer infrared LED strips in 850nm and 940nm wavelengths, made from various LED component types (SMD5050/SMD3528), offering different color, power and optical density options; and the LED strip work with LED controller can achieve 0-100% dimming and brightness adjustment with great flexibility, and self-adhesive backing for easy installation, which is ideal for lighting environments with harsh installation conditions.
What you need to know about led strip installation:
How to connect two light strips together?