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24V LED Strings

Discussion in 'Lights - Store Bought and Home Made' started by Greedy Guido, Jan 8, 2015.

  1. Greedy Guido

    Greedy Guido Sorry, My fault. I forgot you were an idiot.

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    G'Day Trend Setters,

    I need more 24V LED strings for my 2015 Christmas lights display. I use to buy them from Kelly at www.MySolarLED.com but the site appears to no longer exist. Can anyone confirm if Kelly is still around and if so a contact.

    Does anyone know of somewhere else to buy good quality 24V LED strings.
     
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    I am also looking for LED strings to replace the incans on my wire frames. I don't really want to use pixels or dumb nodes.

    Jon
     
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    Greedy Guido Sorry, My fault. I forgot you were an idiot.

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    bjpc2716 need more lights to light up the world

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    8) I am in the same boat like all above WE NEED A OTHER SUPPLIER WHO AS GOT THEM NEED ONE ASAP
     
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    multicast Senior Elf Generous Elf

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    give me some specs for what you need. I'm on a buying trip in China in a few weeks, and i'll go and see what we can find.
     
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    bjpc2716 need more lights to light up the world

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    8) 5m red white green etc waterproof
     
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    My two bobs worth.

    Strings of single colour, cutable every metre or so, so that different colours can be joined for use on wire frames. Maybe 5cm led spacing and using M5 (?) style LEDs so they look like Incan fairy lights.

    Jon
     
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    AAH I love blinky lights :) Community Project Designer

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    24V single colour strings (red green and blue). 10m 100 led or 20m 200 led 24V icicle strings in about 5m lengths either as single colour (red green and blue) or alternatively in about 4 colour with 3 or 4 channels for the 5m lengths. Needs to be copper wire not the biodegradable stuff that some of the strings are made of and would prefer dark green or black UV stable insulation. A 5m minimum lead wire would be good too. 10m would be better but I'm not greedy. No need for controllers or connectors to be fitted. A supplier that can do custom strings and doesn't require hundreds of pieces for a MOQ is what is really required.

     
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    www.MySolarLED.com seems to be back online.

    Edit: Now it's not working again; it was definitely there when I posted this. Worth keeping an eye on it.

    Edit: It's back again
     
  11. Damien

    Damien Making Christmas Light Motifs is FUN!!!!

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    Hi I am not sure if you are still in need of the 24VDC strings as this is an thread, but you can find a large range of them on our site. http://www.christmascreations.net.au
    Hope this helps.
    Regards
    Damien
     

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