These are some of the better under-cabinet lights that I’ve ever used/installed. The remote allows for easy dimming, as well as temperature adjustment to taste. I used Command strips and my own 3M VHB tape for mounting, but these seem better equipped for a variety of usage scenarios than most light strips.
I put several sets on some bookcases, and love to have those as a backdrop for Teams/Zoom calls. I did have to notch areas for cable concealment, but that was the hardest thing. I’d give them an “A” grade.
@Kyeh I just pulled the instructions off manuals.com (I’m at work) and it says if you turn off the motion detector then you control them by the remote. My Mom’s is set for motion, which you can set how sensitive you want it.
@Kyeh@tinkertime Yes, the motion sensor can be bypassed (all off). Or set to turn off after 15/30/60/120 minutes of no activity. Or all on, which is on by motion, and only powered off by remote.
Hope that helps!