Wednesday, April 18, 2012

How to Use LED Strip Lights

LED light strips are made for a variety of uses. Interior and exterior strips allow custom colored lighting to windows, doors, cars, trucks or walls. Depending on your LED strips, power comes from 9-volt batteries or internal batteries much like those found in modern digital watches. Most LED strips allow you to cut custom lengths and sizes. Some LED strips have adhesive backs allowing you to place them onto clean surfaces.
Instructions
1.Wash the surface onto which you want to place the LED strips. If attaching them to a car running board or bumper, use soapy water and sponges to clean the surface of grime and grit. Dry the surface using rags or paper towels. Clean any glass surfaces prior to adding the LED strips.
2.Measure out the distance you want LED strip light added. Cut down the LED light strip using scissors or a knife. Measure twice, cut once. If your LED strips (and most have this) uses adhesive backing, peel off the tape from the back.
3.Place the LED light strip onto the surface, sticky side down. Use your fingers to push out any air-bubbles under the strip as you place it onto the surface.
4.Plug the red and black wires into the 12-volt battery tab, typically included with the LED strips and plug the tab onto the top of the battery to turn on the led spotlight.

4 comments:

  1. spotlight lighting lol thats kinda gay. come on its a gradmas car. but if you really want to dork it out you could put a bodey kit and a ladder rack wing on it and look like a retard. oh yea dont forget the fart can so every one can here youans see how gay your 98 buick is. now back to the LED strips make shure their for 12 volt carfuly tare the light apart and glue them in on the inside of the light and drill a hole big enough to fit the wirs out of the light from the LED strips. then sillcone the light back together sillcone the hole you ran the wires out of and tap in to the break light wire and your all set. i would get a pair of good lights from a scrap yard to take apart so your car is still driveable while you do the tail lights

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