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    chester February 16, 2018 at 7:37 pm

    Thanks, Dee. Would you be kind enough to tell us if the fix we applied displays fine on your end?

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    chester February 4, 2018 at 8:10 pm

    Technically yes. Each RGB LED in the WS2812B strip draws approximately 50 mA at 5 V with red, green, and blue at full brightness. The one-meter strip has 60 LEDs. That will give your PSU’s +5V rail over 3A load. Your PSU should provide a current higher than this to run your strip efficiently.

    You can easily use a decent PC PSU to power an LED strip decoration set for your computer. I’ll, however, advise against tampering with your PSU. It could lead to unprecedented voltage drops on the +5V rail if the current overhead isn’t enough to power other PC needs (USB ports, hard drives etc) hence affecting your PC’s performance.

    Do it if you have an aftermarket PSU that gives you a decent current wiggle room

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    chester December 9, 2017 at 11:26 am

    Hi Betty,

    These lamps use LEDs which don’t get hot even after prolonged use. The LEDs themselves are also located inside the base, meaning that your grand kids won’t even interact with them directly. They are, therefore, safe for use in their rooms.

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    chester December 6, 2017 at 8:13 am

    You can order it from uncommongoods. I have provided a direct link to the product in the post