I get asked a lot "what LEDs do you use so I can add some to my box".
Well, here they are. I use SK6812 addressable LEDS in my fuse blocks and other "chase" projects. RGB is a different story, you can get those on amazon.
Strips like I use can be found on amazon for about $10 cheaper, but they are a lower quality strip. I have gone through extensive testing and different manufactures to settle on the product I offer and it is superior.
These are a 5v led strip and require a 12v to 5v step down converter. I sell one rated for 3A, if you need a larger step down you can grab one from amazon by clicking here. A 5m long strip can draw up to 10A so do your math and make sure to size your power source appropriately.
5v addressable LED suffer from one flaw, they can loose color shade over longer strips. I include instructions on "power injection" which is a simple way to add power to both ends of the strip to bring the color back if this should occur. A 2-3m strip may need power added to the end of the strip. A 5m strip will need power added to both ends of the strip. See photos for examples.
5 meter, 60led/M, white PCB, IP20 (no silicon coating), adhesive backed