Yes, LED profiles can certainly be reused with new LED strips. The primary purpose of an LED profile is to provide a protective and aesthetic housing for LED strips. The profiles themselves don't wear out or degrade under normal conditions because they are made from durable materials such as aluminum and plastic.
When an LED strip reaches the end of its lifespan or if you simply want to upgrade to a different type of LED strip (e.g., a different color, brightness, or efficiency), you can typically remove the old strip and install a new one in the same profile, provided the new strip fits the profile dimensions.
However, you should be careful during the removal and installation process to avoid damaging the profile or the new strip. The specific process can depend on the type of profile and LED strip, but it often involves carefully peeling the old strip out of the profile, cleaning the profile if necessary, and then sticking the new strip in place.
Moreover, when changing the LED strip, it's crucial to ensure that your power supply, controllers, and any other associated components are compatible with the new strip, as different strips can have different voltage, current, and control requirements. Always check the specifications of the new strip and consult with a lighting professional if you're unsure.