Saturday, June 30, 2012

Who Cares, 3528 LED Or 5050 LED Diode?

3528 LED or 5050 LED are the most 2 common use LED in flex strip lighting. They can also used in either mono-light or RGB flex strip lighting. So what is 3528 LED as compare to 5050 LED? The supplier will reply with a simple sentence, 5050 is the diode which much brighter than 3528-LED.

Let us talk slightly more over here.

LED comparison

Please see the image for better understanding. You can find out that 3528-LED is smaller size as compare to 5050-LED, every 5050 LED diode actually compose of 3set of 3528-LED diode.

A 3528-LED diode will illuminate brightness equal to 6lm, and a 5050-LED diode will deliver the brightness for 18lm. Same as power, a 3528-LED diode will consume 0.06w; on the other hand a 5050-LED will use 0.18w of energy.

Since both diodes are considered as a low power diode, we don't see much difference between heat dissipation. Or to put it another way, heat dissipation may not be a big concern for their application.

Application for 3528 LED and 5050 LED

We note that both diodes are mainly used in flex strip lighting, apart from flex strip lighting; we also notice that some of the manufacturers tend to use multiple 3528 or 5050 LED diode integrated in a household LED light bulb, is that any difference? In term from user stand point, it doesn't make much difference because it emit similar amount of light brightness. However for most cases, people are still preferred to have high power LED diode.

In general, 3528 and 5050-LED are two general type of LED diode in the market that used for flex strip lighting. Select 5050-LED diode if illumination or brightness is the major concern.

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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Warm White LED Light Bulbs - Which Are the Best?

For many common household lighting applications, people prefer warm white lights. It is relatively easy to pick up a warm white incandescent bulb just about anywhere, but if you want to save electricity and money with one of the new LED light bulbs, picking a good warm white LED light bulb is a little more complicated. This article provides some advice and recommendations on picking the best warm white LED light bulbs.

When we describe a light as warm white, we are referring to its color temperature. Technically, the concept of color temperature is based on the relationship between the temperature and radiation emitted by a theoretical standardized material (a so-called black body radiator) that has been cooled down to a state in which all molecular motion has ceased. So, simply put, the color temperature is a measurement that is used to define the color of a light emitted by the bulb. We typically think of the color temperature in terms of the whiteness or warmness of a light source: "Warm White" = 3000 Kelvin; "Neutral White" = 3500 Kelvin; "Cool White" = 4100 Kelvin and "Daylight White" = 5000 or more Kelvin.

LED light bulbs are available with a wide range of color temperatures, but the warm white LED light bulbs that produce a light similar to a traditional incandescent light used in general home lighting are more expensive because more or brighter LEDs are required in the bulb. Since cool white is the natural color of LED light, it is brighter, whereas chips that emit a warm white light require a phosphorous "filter" to "warm" the color temperature, thus reducing the chip's brightness. So, a warm white LED bulb is an LED light bulb with a color temperature around 3000K that will produce a warm light similar to that we typically expect from an ordinary household incandescent bulb.

There are a growing number of LED light bulbs on the market today that are marketed as warm white bulbs. Which ones are the best? Below we discuss a couple of the best we have come across for replacing common household light bulbs.

C. Crane describes its warm white GeoBulb as the first 60 watt direct replacement bulb that uses less than 8 watts. One of the things we like about the GeoBulb is that it is the same size as a conventional incandescent bulb; therefore, it is suitable for direct replacement in any indoor open fixture. In addition, it's one of the few bulbs that we have come across where the manufacturer has published independent lumen test data, so you can have some confidence that it will actually produce as much light as the manufacturer claims - something that, sadly, can't be said for a lot of the bulbs out there. This is a well-made product that has received generally favorable ratings from customers. The GeoBulb is a good, eco-friendly substitute for a standard A-line (or A-type or A-shape - this is the shape of an ordinary household incandescent) light bulb. Like an ordinary household light bulb, it also has a standard (often called medium) E26 base.

Lots of folks today are looking for warm white PAR38 LED bulbs that are dimmable. As you may know, most LED light bulbs will not work with a standard dimmer or with those fixtures with electric eyes that come on automatically at dusk or when a motion is detected. This is because LEDs require constant current to operate. If a standard dimming method is applied, the LED bulb will flicker at regular intervals, or worse, simply not work. In order to dim an LED light, a 0-10V dimming module is required in order to "trick" the LED into emitting less light. In theory, all LED lights are dimmable with this module. So, the bulb below is one of these special dimmable LED bulbs, and it is a good choice both when you want to replace a standard PAR38 bulb where you have a dimmer or maybe outside with a motion detector.

LEDinsider, which we have found to have a nice range of well-made bulbs and excellent customer service, sells a fully dimmable 100 watt warm white PAR38 replacement bulb with a standard base. This warm white LED bulb generates 553 lumens and consumes only 11 watts of electricity. LEDinsider suggests that it can be used to replace any household 100-120 watt incandescent/halogen bulb, although due to the size of the bulb, you can only use in locations where a PAR38 bulb with a 4-3/4" diameter will properly fit. Customers have reported that they are using the bulbs as outdoor floodlights.

Depending on your specific lighting needs, there are a growing number of good warm white LED light bulbs coming on the market, so we encourage you to take a look at the full range of LED light bulbs available, paying close attention to product details and customer reviews.

If you are looking for accurate, objective information on how to choose the right LED light bulb, you need to take a look at our LED light bulb reviews []. For a complete guide to LED light bulbs along with reviews from real customers, click here [].

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Home LED Lighting - Advantages And Disadvantages

With all of the media attention given to environmental issues these days, it is widely known that the electricity that we use everyday is contributing toward harmful greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere. If you believe in global warming, then you realize this is one of the issues that is exacerbated by these greenhouse gas emissions. While some people lead their lives not worried about these issues, there are many people who are making the small contributions that they can toward alleviating this problem. Using LED lighting is one of these methods.

For those out there who have never heard of it, LED stands for Light-Emitting Diodes and is a type of low emission lighting that doesn't contribute to these problems. The only problem is that it is not yet a part of the mainstream lighting market, but it is growing fast. Like anything of this nature, this type of lighting does have its advantages and disadvantages.

Advantages include:

  • A very low energy consumption level. This contributes directly to savings on your light bill!
  • Lasts much longer than traditional lighting. It has been known to last up to 50,000 hours. That's way more than any other available lighting type.
  • Can easily resist thermal shocks and vibrations. Normal light bulbs are useless when you drop or bump them. Not LED lights.
  • Great for spotlighting due to a directional distribution. All of the light molecules can easily be sent in one direction without losing energy.
  • There is no infrared lighting from LED lights. And there is no UV radiation, which is better for you and the environment.
  • Contains no mercury making it safer.
  • Cool to the touch so no need to worry about burning or turning off the lights for 30 minutes before you change them.
  • They make great colored lights from anywhere on the light spectrum

Disadvantages include:

  • A very limited variety and selection for your home compared to other types of lighting.
  • Hard to find in smaller towns where consumers may have a smaller interest in this lighting alternative.
  • Significantly more expensive than regular lighting and not budget conscious.
  • Not good for residential flood lighting. You will need extra equipment to make this work
  • Although they are available in many colors, the quality of the colors is not quite as good as with regular lighting.

LED lights can be a very useful tool in your home, especially if you are environmentally conscious or want to save money in the long run. These savings can really add up. If you were to run a single reading lamp with an LED bulb 12 hours a day for a year, it would cost less than 50 cents, and you wouldn't have to replace the bulb. But even though they give off more light than a standard bulb, you will still need more of them pointing in many different directions to light up a room because the light is very directional.

And in the short run, LED lighting is not nearly as immediately affordable as traditional lighting. The cost problem becomes worse if you are changing out the existing lights as opposed to starting new. So whether or not these lights are of good use in your home depends on how you feel about them, and whether or not you are willing to make the necessary investment.

To learn more about LED lighting vising , a popular website helping you use lights to make your home more beautiful. You'll also find tips on outdoor lighting, including how to use landscape lighting to make your house more appealing at night.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

The Pros and Cons of Low Energy LED Lighting

For most people, probably the biggest single factor against low energy LED lighting as a substitute for the soon-to-be-phased-out regular incandescent light bulb is the cost differential. There is no doubt that an LED equivalent light bulb (for example a 6w LED spotlight as a direct replacement for a 35w GU10 halogen lamp) is significantly more expensive than either the original or a CFL alternative.

There are however three important points to bear in mind about the higher price for low energy LEDs as compared to incandescent and energy saving CFL light bulbs.

First, the price difference reflects the fact that the use of LED for general purpose domestic lighting is still quite novel, though increasing manufacturing levels and consumer take-up will drive the price down dramatically once both come fully on stream over the coming months.

Second, and partially related to the observation above, is that the cost of LEDs drops by a factor of twenty over the course of each decade. This characteristic is reliably predicted by Haitz's Law (very similar to Moore's Law for computer chips and for similar reasons, principally because LEDs are, just like computer chips, pure electronic devices). Haitz also states that LED performance (amount of light per watt of electricity) increases tenfold over the same decade.

Third and perhaps most intriguing is the fact that as far as the cost of domestic lighting is concerned, the price of light bulbs is almost entirely irrelevant. It is an extraordinary yet easily provable fact that even if regular light bulbs were totally free and LED lights cost, let's say something outrageous like each, it would still be vastly more economical to purchase LED low energy lights.

The reason for this is simple: the cost of electrical lighting is the cost of the energy i.e. electricity. It matters not one jot what the actual light bulbs cost; it's what it costs to run them that really counts. Also, since LEDs last for tens of thousands of hours (in practice, decades of use) you only need to pay the purchase price once, unlike regular bulbs which last only upto two thousand hours or just over one year.

The second biggest gripe about low energy LED lighting is light levels and quality, or in technical parlance luminosity and light color.

The concern about luminosity stems largely from historical notions of LED lighting applications such as LED Christmas lights and pocket torches which are clearly not capable of providing anything close to useable domestic lighting. However, you could right now purchase one of the latest Sharp Zenigata LED series of light bulbs which is rated at 80 lumens per watt (measure of luminosity).

To understand what this means, consider that a standard 40w incandescent bulb delivers about 360 lumens and a 60w bulb about 540 lumens, which gives a ratio of 9 lumens per watt. Anything that offers greater than 25 lumens per watt can be classed as an energy saving light bulb. Zenigata LED light bulbs consume 6.7 watts and thus produce 6.7 * 80 lumens per watt which is 536 lumens, on a par with the standard 60w incandescent light bulb.

So you could, right now, replace all your 60w light bulbs with Zenigata LED light bulbs rated at 6.7 watts and consume 1/10th (or 90% less) electricity. And remember Haitz's Law? Because of performance improvements, eighteen months from now you should be able to obtain the same 60w worth of lighting from just 3 watts.

LED light, in common with CFLs, has tended to be a somewhat cool blue colour, whereas we are more accustomed to a warmer yellow white colour. This is something that is now commonly addressed with the use of colored phosphors (these do reduce luminosity but this is in turn compensated for by the ever increasing lumens per watt yields for LEDs).

The third factor that might be considered to weigh against low energy LED lighting is that the light emitted by an LED is intrinsically directional and doesn't scatter in all directions the way that incandescent and fluorescent lights do. This is actually quite acceptable in a spotlight, flood light or bright reading lamp, but it's not especially effective for emulating general ambient lighting such as a table lamp would provide. Though again, there are LED powered general lighting light bulbs becoming more commonly available that do a reasonable job here.

Two obvious plus points for low energy LED lighting are ease of retrofit and ecological credentials (other than simply saving energy).

LED lights are widely available for all common base fittings such as mains powered GU10 and 12v MR16 spotlights and the low energy standard base GU24 as well as regular bayonet mounts and Edison screw fittings. LED lights also don't suffer from the many inherent problems associated with CFLs such as: noticeably poor start-up times; reduced lifespan caused by frequent switching on and off; and bulky unattractive bulbs.

But perhaps one of the most widely known advantages of low energy LED lighting over energy saving CFL light bulbs is that they don't contain toxic mercury vapour or other unpleasant materials, and thus do not pose a serious health risk or require tiresome and expensive disposal procedures to protect the environment.

To sum up, the main perceived disadvantages of domestic energy saving LED lighting are cost and application (luminosity and color). Yet as we have seen, the cost of a light bulb is actually a red herring - the true cost of electrical lighting is the price of electricity and on this score ultra low energy LED lighting puts everything else, including energy saving CFLs, completely in the shade (pun intended).

As regards luminosity and light quality, LED lights on balance deliver a cleaner, sharper light than CFL light bulbs and offer far more flexibility in terms of color choice and brightness.

Finally, the biggest advantage that low energy domestic LED lighting has over its rivals is that the lighting industry itself regards domestic LED lighting as the future and can barely disguise its contempt for CFLs. Lighting giants such as Philips are on record as stating that they will not invest a single dollar further into CFLs and that their entire research and development efforts are now directed at domestic LED lighting technology.

Those who follow eco-technology trends are well aware that there is a world-wide phase-out of incandescent light bulbs already well underway and scheduled to complete within the next couple of years. Given international legislation to ban incandescent lighting and lack of support for the already dated and unloved CFL, it's near certain where the future of lighting lies - with low energy LED light. And as advantages go, I'd say that one's pretty compelling.

Find out more by reading the full article which explains what you need to know about low energy lighting in general and 12v LED lights and particular.

Megan's alter-ego KuleKat is interested in the defining features of our times (climate change, oil depletion, technology and so on) and what it all means and more importantly what you can do about it.

Monday, June 18, 2012

LED TV - Don't Be Fooled, Understand the Technology First

Thinking of buying an LED TV, well....Stop! Before you spend in excess of 00, you need to cut through the jargon and hype to truly understand the technology that you're actually spending your hard earned money on. TV manufacturers and the media are very good at convincing us that the latest products incorporate the most cutting edge technology and are a must have. Lets get real here, to the average consumer most of this jargon is just down right confusing.

A new range of LED TVs that have hit the market with a big buzz. Samsung have crept through the backdoor and have released the 7000 series range boasting LED technology.

That's great...but what is this LED technology thats being boasted?

Current LED TVs - The Truth The term 'LED' stands for Light Emitting Diode and as you may well know LEDs are used in many of our devices at present, however in terms of the current line of LED TVs, the actual LEDs are used for the backlight of the TV ONLY and not the TV display themselves. If you consider that current TV technology uses CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorecent Lamps), there is no doubt that an LED backlight is a more efficient form of backlight.

However, the important point here is that the LED television's display is actually LCD (Liquid Crystal Display), it is the backlight only that is made up of LEDs. So there are two major technologies at use here; LCD for the display and LED for the backlight. In essence a more advanced form of LCD TV.

When you compare this technology to a true LED display TV. Displays such as OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) will self illuminate, utilizing an internal thin layer of LED for its display only.

The fact that the 'LED TV' term has been used to describe a type of LCD TV is a cunning move on Samsungs part, but genius in terms of marketing, since it capitalises on the current buzz in the TV market of true LED display TVs such as Sony's XEL-1 OLED TV.

LCD TVs with LED Backlights - The Improvements Now that we've established that this is LCD TV with an LED backlight, lets look at how this new range of TV improves on current TV technology such as plasma and standard LCD in 3 key areas:

1. Picture Quality Quite simply, the picture quality has been improved over standard LCD and Plasma, because the range of colours have increased. The utilization of Light Emitting Diodes as a light source instead of traditional lamps provides a higher contrast ratio because the LED produces blacker blacks and whiter whites, this is the key to achieving quality images on screen.

2. Environment LED Technology consumes less power than current backlight TV technology, making a saving on your energy bills.

3. Slimmer Models. Since no provision for a conventional light source is required, LED TVs can be made ultra thin, this makes for a thin, sleek, more attractive model.

Decisions, Decisions If you are in the market for a TV now and want a picture quality in advance of current standard LCD and Plasma ranges on the market, then you cannot go far wrong with an LED TV.

However, if you are in no hurray to purchase a television at this present time and require a TV with technology that will keep it at the forefront of cutting edge, in terms of LED technology, OLED TV is the real deal. Laser TV is another option to explore.

Both are emerging technologies and require patience as they find their place in the market with the correct size screens for your home. These TVs may also require you to dig a little deeper into your bank balance.

The moral of the story is to understand the technology behind the product in great detail before you part with your money, the choice is yours.

For more info on LED TV and any other TV Technology please check out the site: OLED TV - Explained Simply

Friday, June 15, 2012

Upgrade Your RV With LED Lighting

If you do a lot of boondocking (no hookups while camping), then you know battery life is one of the most important things you must plan for, especially if you have a small battery bank. One great way to save a lot of power is to convert your existing incandescent lighting to LED lighting. LED stands for light emitting diode and provides light in a very different way than incandescent or fluorescent lighting sources. The biggest benefit for a boondocker is that LEDs require very little power to operate, so you won't have to be so conscious of switching off lights when you don't need them.

Just how much power can you save by going LED? In a typical travel trailer of say 27 feet with a super slide and a couple of bunk beds, you may have upwards of 20+ 12 watt incandescent bulbs. If you were to have all of these on at one time, you would be drawing around 20 amps of DC power. In a few hours, your single group 24 12-volt battery would be near dead. Even if you had two batteries, you wouldn't have much left to finish out a 2-day weekend without a battery recharge.

Now if you were to replace every interior incandescent bulb in this fictitious travel trailer with a 24 LED array warm color lamp, each drawing 190 mA, the total power consumption drops to 3.8 amps, over 5 times less power consumption. You wouldn't likely replace every incandescent bulb with a 24 LED array lamp but you could and if you did, you would be using 5 times less power, even if you had every light switched on.

There are several different routes you can take when doing the LED lighting mod: individual lights, such as a night or reading light, all or some interior lights, interior and exterior, storage compartments, etc. Much will depend on you budget and coolness factor you are trying to achieve. Replacing every incandescent bulb may just break your piggy bank, but doing a few can still help save some battery power.

Using a single LED for a night light, like in the bathroom, can be a real life saver. Well, it may not save your life but if you have to get up at 2am to go, you won't be blinded by the light and you should be able to go right back to sleep. A single LED connected through a SPST toggle switch mounted on the bathroom light fixture can provide just enough light to do your business.

Perhaps you just want to change a few lights out, like the lights over your bed, that are generally too bright to read by. There are direct replacement LED lamps that require no modification to the lighting fixture, other than swapping bulbs. For this type of LED lamp, use the "warm white" type. The cool white LEDs provide a bluish tint to the light color and may not appeal to your reading tastes. The warm white LEDs provide a yellowish light color very similar to that of a normal incandescent bulb.

If you plan on replacing the main lights inside the RV and have the type of fixtures that contain two bulbs with a switch in the middle, you can replace just one of the bulbs to reduce cost. This way you not only save money, but you also can still provide more light when you need it by switching on the second bulb. For this case, you should consider LEDs that have a wide beam angle, at least 120 degrees. This is the angle at which light is projected from the lamp. The wider the better if you're trying to light up a large area. These lamps are typically configured in a flat package with many LEDs, as many as 36 in some cases. They simply affix to the fixture with Velcro and plug in just like a standard bulb.

Another cool LED mod is to fit a LED rope light under your RVs countertop. Many upscale RVs have this feature as a standard option but there is no reason you can't have this classy look either. First, have someone help you test fit the rope for length, ensuring you have enough for the whole countertop. Then get some double-sided tape and stick it to the cabinet or under the countertop where you want the rope to run. If you have any left over rope, drill a hole the size of the rope's diameter and run the excess through the hole. Just stick the rope to the tape and press firmly. You can also add a switch to control the rope power as well.

A step light is also another easy LED mod that consumes very little power. If you forget to turn it off, you don't have to worry since it can be on for days and still be easy on your battery. You can use a courtesy light or an amber side marker light. These mount with a couple of screws to the underside of the stairwell. Power can be run to an inconspicuous switch inside. Some even have light sensors so they can automatically turn on when it gets dark and turn off in the morning.

Outside compartments are also a great candidate for LED lights. These can be powered through a pin switch so that when you open the compartment door, the light turns on, and then off when you close the door. The color of the LED light is not so important as is the placement of the light. Compartments are usually rectangular in shape, so try and place the LEDs near the corners of the compartment. This way, you will get the most light to all parts of the storage area.

Finally, upgrading your RVs exterior lighting can make for a very clean look as well as improve safety going to the road. LED porch, marker, clearance, backup, turn, and running lights are all candidates for LED replacement. Fortunately for you, many companies, like Bargman for example, now make direct replacement fixtures that include everything you need to perform the upgrade. Just be sure to budget enough since total exterior lighting replacement can run in to the hundreds of dollars.

Tip: LED brake/tail lamps may not work with some older thermal flasher units found on some vehicles. An LED brake/tail lamp will require an electronic flasher/blinker unit which is commonly available at your local auto parts store. Just ask for the electronic equivalent of your thermal flasher.

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Monday, June 11, 2012

What Are Some Easy Ways to Protect the Environment?

Not everything about protecting the environment has to be a big step or expensive to get started, such as adding solar power to a house. Some of the things you can do are relatively simple and won't take a lot of your time.

1. Switch to CFLs or LED lighting.

Both types of bulbs cost more than conventional bulbs, but they last longer. CFLs have the problem of containing mercury, while LED bulbs as yet are quite expensive, take a bit more effort to find and not everyone likes the color of light. Either will save you money on your power bill compared to conventional bulbs, with LEDs using even less power than CFLs and having the potential for a longer life.

2. Check your car's tire pressure.

Low tire pressure is a big drain on your mileage. The impact can be something you'll notice with each refuel of your car. That means you're saving money and using less gas, not a bad deal at all for trying to be a little greener.

3. Stop using paper towels.

Yes, I know how wonderfully convenient paper towels are. But they're also a huge waste. People cleaned in their homes just fine on a regular basis without them.

Use newspapers to wipe windows and mirrors instead. They do a good job when combined with your preferred glass cleaner.

Get some good microfiber cleaning cloths for other types of cleaning. Microfiber does a really good job on many tasks. If you don't want to spend the money, there's really nothing wrong with sticking to the towels and cleaning rags you already own, of course.

4. Use reusable shopping bags.

This one can actually be kind of challenging. Remembering to bring the bags after you buy them is tough for many people.

Cheap reusable shopping bags can be bought at many stores now, and you can buy better quality ones online. More and more stores are getting used to customers bringing in their own bags, and some even give you a nickel or so off your total purchase for each reusable bag you bring in.

5. Eat vegetarian meals sometimes.

Meat production is really hard on the environment, especially meat that comes from factory farms. You can save money and do a bit of good for the environment if you cut down on how much meat you eat.

The simplest way is to just decide to have one vegetarian meal a day, week or month, whatever works for you. Try out some new recipes.

Stephanie Foster blogs at about being an environmentally responsible mother. Learn more about taking small green steps at her site.
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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Temperature Sensitive LED Faucet Light

Temperature Sensitive LED Faucet Light Review

Temperature Sensitive LED Faucet Light

Temperature Sensitive LED Faucet Light Feature

  • New and Improved!
  • Red Light = Hot Water
  • Blue Light = Cold Water
  • Changes color based on the temperature of the water flow
  • Ideal for the kid's bathroom

"Buy Temperature Sensitive LED Faucet Light" Overview

  • Auto change water color when water temperature changed
  • Can indicate your family and you not to scald the hand
  • Make water colorful and beautiful to bring you good feeling
  • Provide two different adapters, fit most of faucet taps
  • No battery needed, it is powered by the pressure of water. Very environmental
  • Easy to use, just need to connect the faucet tap and the LED light sensor with the adapter, it can work normally.
  • When water temperature is less then 32 Centigrade, it turns blue color
  • When water temperature is between 33 Centigrade to 41 Centigrade, it turns green color
  • When water temperature is between 42 Centigrade to 46 Centigrade, it turns red color
  • When water temperature is more than 46 Centigrade, it is flashing, which remind you be careful

    Item size: 55 mm in length, 22 mm in inner diameter
    Package Included:
    1 X LED faucet light
    2 X Adapter
    You will not be disappointed with Temperature Sensitive LED Faucet Light

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    Saturday, June 2, 2012

    Zitrades 100 LED Christmas Party LED String Light for Holiday Festival Celebration (Red) By Zitrades

    Zitrades 100 LED Christmas Party LED String Light for Holiday Festival Celebration (Red) By Zitrades Review

    Zitrades 100 LED Christmas Party LED String Light for Holiday Festival Celebration (Red) By Zitrades

    Zitrades 100 LED Christmas Party LED String Light for Holiday Festival Celebration (Red) By Zitrades Feature

    • Super bright and perfect decoration for party, room, garden, home and Christmas. Total 100 led light string.
    • Every string has 8 different modes: combination, in waves, sequential, slogs lo, chasing/flash, slow fade, twinkle/flash, and steady on.
    • Main cable is 10 meters, and plug in to controller is about 50cm. Voltage: 110V. Notes: Keep the string from dampness or rain.
    • Package includes: 1x 10M 100 LED Fairy String Lights (Red)

    "Buy Zitrades 100 LED Christmas Party LED String Light for Holiday Festival Celebration (Red) By Zitrades" Overview

    Product Features: Nice bright fairy lightsFeature about 100 red rice lights wrapped in a 9 meters stringDurable& waterproof design, suitable for indoor and outdoor decorationDecorate your shops, party, room, garden, home, weddings, X'Mas party, etc8 modes of glimmering effects:Combination, in waves, sequential, slow-glow, chasing, slow fade, steady on and twinkleBring more romance and warm feeling for those special momentsConnect to AC 250V outlet with the EU standard plugPress the button on the controller for changing effectsQuantity of rice: approx 100 piecesPlug in to controller is 69cm in distanceTotal cable length: 925cmColor: red(when off)Input: 250V, 2.5ANote: Exorbitant working voltage might cause bulb rupture or un-workingYou will not be disappointed with Zitrades 100 LED Christmas Party LED String Light for Holiday Festival Celebration (Red) By Zitrades

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