All our 12 volt LED light strings
can be run up to 30 strings in series.
set comes with a detachable 15 foot extension cord with equipped with a
car accessory plug. If you don't need the extension, set it aside and
keep it for the future.
We have customers call us every week asking about how to repair or replace their yard sculptures. Here is some of our advice....
You've designed a spectacular Christmas light display and you realize that you need to gradually ramp up and down a few strands of mini lights as the tension builds to the high point of either Silent Night or Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer.
Now, you're wondering what kind of lights can be dimmed and ramped up with an increase or decrease of the voltage.
Here is the "Yes" answer:
That's a good question. And one we hear from time to time.
It's 99% odds that the culprit is your set of batteries. As the battery lights drain the batteries, bulbs randomly start to dim. They don't go out all at once. This is true of the incandescent and the LED sets. In fact, on the LED sets that are multi color, the blue and green bulbs go dimmer before the rest of the bulbs.
Your favorite team is playing this week. You're decorating for a prom. Perhaps you'd like multi-color lights but you don't want traditional, you'd like teal, purple, pink and yellow.
You'd like customized colors in your Christmas lights. I'd like to give you some ideas for customizing your display.
When do I need an LED adapter for my light strings?
Most people are asking this question before purchasing Mini Lights or LED Christmas Light Strings.
So this answer will relate only to those products like Mini Lights
or LED String lights.
The answer depends on the set of lights you are considering and is based on the wattage rating of the strand of lights.
Each string of lights that you see on our website should have a maximum connectivity
specification listed. That's the number of strings that you can one together end-to-end.
Today's Question comes from a gentleman who hasn't ordered lights from us but emailed in a question that we see from time to time - here's our answer!
From Fernando in Miami:
Hi there! Half of my light set went off. The fuse is okay. What can be the reason? Please help me out. Thanks in advance.
Here is a question that I received this morning from a woman in Florida:
Regarding this product: Clear 15 strand with 4 inch lead
, if I remove one or two bulbs will all remaining lights stay on?
That's a good question and since it applies to almost all of our mini lights, I thought I'd answer it here in our blog.
All of our mini light bulbs have a tiny little shunt wire - you can see it if you look really, really closely - that completes the circuit when a light goes out. So if one light "goes out" the rest stay on.If you remove a bulb, however, the circuit is broken so the rest of the other lights will go out. This is also true if the base of the bulb or the socket is damaged.