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Hi all,

I have been installing a lot of LED strip lights in various different places for clients, but I am struggling to find a good quality setup. Currently the ones I have been using come with a plug top and smal RGB reciever etc, but in my eyes this isn’t very (electrician friendly) and is almost plug and crap. Is there any setups on the market that you can hardwire and not risk breaking the product whilst installing. Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Also, I do use the aluminium housing with the plastic defuser as the bare LED is ugly.
 

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I tend to buy the strip, then by a suitable driver, the plug and play kits are usually crap.

I recently had to quote for a long length of RGBW strip controlled by a single wall controller and was very impressed by this company.
 
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