Frequently Asked Questions

LED Flex both designs and manufactures its own products in UK and China. Even some of the accessories that we source through a number of chosen partners are manufactured in UK too. Others are of European origin and further still from all around the world – all however have been carefully chosen as being of high quality and suitable for our own products.

At LED-Flex we work on a project by project basis to ensure the best price possible so please contact our sales team for more information on T:020 3137 7305. Alternatively send us an email to and we will be happy to help.

The maximum distance between driver and fixture is depending on the cable cross section and on the fixture length respectively wattage. If the length of the fixture is increasing the maximum distance between driver and fixture decreases. To allow longer distances the cable cross section can be increased.

Please refer to the respective section of the main catalogue to get an overview about maximum cable lengths for specific fixture lengths and cable cross sections.

The maximum fixture length connected in series to a single driver equals the reel length of the strip incorporated into the fixture (i.e. the length of the strip on one reel). Greater lengths can be connected to a single driver if they are wired in parallel, as long as the driver has sufficient wattage for the attached fixtures.

No. As soon as the flex is sealed in IP67 or IP68 it can no longer be cut on site. This is because the tape is fully encapsulated and attempting to cut the strip could result in short circuits and possibly a fire. LED-Flex is not responsible for any damages should the cause be an improperly cut IP67/68 LED tape.