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Nice use of LED lights , what about the lights used in sign boxes ?? You also provide the solutions about these kind of LED lights. If yes than post some sample pics here.
 

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We Just got these added to our store.
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Please Check them out.
We have the 20, 30, and 40 instock ready to ship!
Can you please explain how a 240w (3x80w) on your 40" light only pulls 10 Amps...
My calculation of current draw being 240w/12v = 20Amps?

My biggest concerns are frying something by not having the circuit properly fused and correct wire gague etc...and drawing far more current than I might otherwise be expecting....

I have done some checking on several other manufacturers 40" lights and the current draws vary significantly based on the wattage they claim.
 

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Bump...

We Just got these added to our store.
Home :: Lighting


Please Check them out.
We have the 20, 30, and 40 instock ready to ship!
Can you please explain how a 240w (3x80w) on your 40" light only pulls 10 Amps...
My calculation of current draw being 240w/12v = 20Amps?

My biggest concerns are frying something by not having the circuit properly fused and correct wire gague etc...and drawing far more current than I might otherwise be expecting....

I have done some checking on several other manufacturers 40" lights and the current draws vary significantly based on the wattage they claim.
Bump,

Anyone?

P = I x E,
therefore, I = P/E or am I missing something?

For those wondering about the acronyms....

P = Watts/Power, I = Amps/Current, E = Voltage
 

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We Just got these added to our store.
Home :: Lighting


Please Check them out.
We have the 20, 30, and 40 instock ready to ship!
Can you please explain how a 240w (3x80w) on your 40" light only pulls 10 Amps...
My calculation of current draw being 240w/12v = 20Amps?

My biggest concerns are frying something by not having the circuit properly fused and correct wire gague etc...and drawing far more current than I might otherwise be expecting....

I have done some checking on several other manufacturers 40" lights and the current draws vary significantly based on the wattage they claim.
Bump,

Anyone?

P = I x E,
therefore, I = P/E or am I missing something?

For those wondering about the acronyms....

P = Watts/Power, I = Amps/Current, E = Voltage
Nope that's right. Watts divided by volts = amps if that was the ???? If not just ignore me. Lol

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