I need to confirm / refute my assumption about current in LED strips. I know they are usually wired in paralel blocks of several serial connected diodes. This means that current consumed by the LED strip flows thru the entire strip power wiring, right? So if I connect for example 2 strips in series, I will double the current flowing thru both strips. Is this right?
If it is, how much current can typical LED strip handle? I could not find this information for every single LED strip I tried, I only assume this is given by the width and thickness of the copper wire of the flexible PCB used.