Chip Light Kit
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Special Small size Lighting Package!
Complete a lighting project! All in one light package. These lights will look great in your miniatures. Light can add so much to a project, try this kit today!
Our Chip Light Kit Contains
with 8 inch wire,
you have the option to
add more lights,
this kit can run up to 10 lights nice and bright.
small coin cell / button / watch battery, about the size of a nickle, a little thicker
coin cell holder with pre-attached mini-switch Holder/Switch Info: The red wire is 4 inches long. The black wire is 2 inches on either side of the push-on push-off button switch.
(2) 1-inch pieces of
"EZ-shrink" shrink-tube for protecting your new connections Our shrink tubing is easy to shrink with simple heat sources like a lighter, hair drier, iron, embossing tool, or heat gun.
Choose from Warm or cool white. This kit has all you need for battery operated LEDs.
If you want a mix of colors, sizes or wire lengths, mention in comments at checkout what you would like your kit to have!
Questions about the chip kit? We are happy to help!
cool white shown in picture, but kit is warm white
Yes, that sturdy little switch is what they call a "locking" switch. What that means: you press it once, the lights will stay on until you press it again to turn them off.
Since a single coin cell can run 6 light for 12 hours, you can leave the lights on for hours and hours. The lights will not ever get hot, and they last 10 years!! So you will really have fun with them, just change out the coin cell every so often!
This packet comes with a 2-year guarantee. Your lights will work for years and years and years! If something breaks during install or after, send it back to us, we replace for free. LEDs are amazingly sturdy, we have gotten very few back! LEDs do not break easily
The coin cell holder is .24 inches thick and .9 inches across at the widest point.
You can clip the plastic "wings" to save 0.1 inch on the width if space is at a premium!
More Questions about LEDs and your project? LED tips for Minis!
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