Ideal for under cabinet, desk hutch, tool bench or pantry
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87% recommend this product
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Jun 2, 2020
This Commercial Electric LED Strip Light is great. I actually have several of them installed in m...
This Commercial Electric LED Strip Light is great. I actually have several of them installed in my house - in my attic, workshop and other utility areas. It is a reasonably priced unit, providing plenty of light and easy to daisy chain with the included cord or inline adapter. In the photo I included, you can see three lights. The first light at the left uses the included cord to chain to the second one, then the second and third lights are chained with the included inline adapter. The main power cord has a toggle switch for turning on and off if your outlet is not switch controlled. These lights also feature internal hardware and wiring for hardwire connection instead of plugging into an outlet.
These are great lights, very easy to install either direct wire, or with the linkable cord system...
These are great lights, very easy to install either direct wire, or with the linkable cord system. I already had 4 very similar lights in my shop and was able to add 2 with the addition of the 4ft cord by just plugging into the existing fixture. Very bright, slightly cool light, streamlined design. Would recommend if you have old fluorescents you need to replace.
Light is brighter than what we had and i like the clean look. Wiring instructions could be more difficult from what is provided in the instructions depending on what you are replacing (I had to consult an electrician friend). Difficult to snap the frame back together but its doable. I like the idea of being able to easily link more together if needed.
I replaced my fluorescent lights with these. They are brighter, do not flicker and use less energ...
I replaced my fluorescent lights with these. They are brighter, do not flicker and use less energy. Installation was easy. The cord and extra parts are packaged inside the light. Getting them out was the hardest part of the install.
This LED plug-in light was exactly what was needed in my garage. Bought two of them and installe...
This LED plug-in light was exactly what was needed in my garage. Bought two of them and installed them side-by-side (like one long light). Getting the cords out was simple enough and instructions were straight forward (unbox/obtain cords/mount/replace light cover/plug-in and turn on.
The 1800 lumens each with a total of 3600 looks like it will definitely light up the areas in my garage (with the garage door closed and hood up on my car, the overhead lights were blocked and had to use flashlights or free standing lights. Not anymore!!
Super simple install and illuminates the deficient areas very well!!
Will be buying more for other areas!
So first of all, when you unbox this you'll think for a split second that all the cables and wiri...
So first of all, when you unbox this you'll think for a split second that all the cables and wiring are missing. They're not, just inside the housing itself. Just pinch the housing and the LED bar will start to pop free. Keep going all the way across and disconnect the two connectors, one on each end of the LED bar. Inside you'll find the cables and hardware.
I converted a single light fixture in my new garage to a normal grounded outlet (2 plugs). You cannot just convert a normal bulb socket to an outlet as these bars require a ground.
Since these bars are very versatile in how they are wired up, there's a lot of excess cable in the housing itself. When you're mounting to the ceiling and trying to get the LED bar to seat into the housing, it's tricky to tuck in all the cables and get everything to seat properly. After fighting with the first light (I installed 4), I zip tied all the cables with the exception of the two connectors for the LED bar itself. It is MUCH easier to get the light seated with all those cables out of the way.
I did two rows of two bars in the garage and it is like daylight in my garage all the time! Highly recommended!
Sorry for the messy garage photo!