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Cyron Lighting 9-in Plug-in Under Cabinet LED Light Bar $17.99 reg. $44.98 @ Lowes - YMMV

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Cyron Lighting 9-in Plug-in Under Cabinet LED Light Bar
Item # 696 Model # HTP904E
Reg. $44.98
Now $17.99 - YMMV (thru 09/09/2016)
Link [lowes.com] - no longer available
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Additional 15" bars

Cyron Lighting 15-in Plug-in Under Cabinet LED Light Bar
Item # 354218 Model # HTPB15
Reg. $25.98
Now $10.39 - YMMV (thru 09/09/2016)
Link [lowes.com] NLA

$44.43 @ Home Depot
Linkhttp://www.homedepot.com/p/Cyron-...rd=HTP904E
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$45.99 @amazon
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Better get LED strips from ebay. 36 LEDs vs 300 (not sure about the Lumens). Have them behind my TV and in Fish Tank hood. No complaints. so much easier to put together as they have adhesive strips on back.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_f...ip&_sop=15
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Better get LED strips from ebay. 36 LEDs vs 300 (not sure about the Lumens). Have them behind my TV and in Fish Tank hood. No complaints. so much easier to put together as they have adhesive strips on back.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_f...ip&_sop=15

I agree. I bought my under cabinet lighting for about $15. 5 meters of LEDs and an inverter. Looks great in my freshly remodeled kitchen.
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Been holding out to break the bank on hue light strips for cabinet and tv. These sound appealing for the price.
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I assume you have to buy a hub to control these?
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Quote from ToadKilla View Post :
Better get LED strips from ebay. 36 LEDs vs 300 (not sure about the Lumens). Have them behind my TV and in Fish Tank hood. No complaints. so much easier to put together as they have adhesive strips on back.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_f...ip&_sop=15 [ebay.com]
Is it possible to power these by battery? Not the whole strip, but maybe like a foot or two?

Would love to put some of these in a narrow bookcase but don't wanna have any wires running around...
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Is it possible to power these by battery? Not the whole strip, but maybe like a foot or two?

Would love to put some of these in a narrow bookcase but don't wanna have any wires running around...
Basically they run on 12v DC, so you could rig a 12v battery to them... A 9v might work, it would probably be worth it to buy a strip and experiment since they are so cheap... I think most of the LED strip lights I've dealt with are about 2 to 4 watts per foot...
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Quote from ToadKilla View Post :
Better get LED strips from ebay. 36 LEDs vs 300 (not sure about the Lumens). Have them behind my TV and in Fish Tank hood. No complaints. so much easier to put together as they have adhesive strips on back.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_f...ip&_sop=15
Can you help me out been looking to do lighting under my cabinets any tios/hints
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The red one looks kinda possessed!
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Quote from jguedry View Post :
Can you help me out been looking to do lighting under my cabinets any tios/hints
You need strip (5050 may be) , controller, power adapter. buy 2 of those and you should be done for a normal size kitchen. I did mine on auctions and totaled me about $5 for around 4 of these. I bought things separately.
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Quote from fyreboltx View Post :
Is it possible to power these by battery? Not the whole strip, but maybe like a foot or two?

Would love to put some of these in a narrow bookcase but don't wanna have any wires running around...
I don't know if you are good with electrical stuff but I don't see a reason why you couldn't do this because these are DC LEDs
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Quote from ToadKilla View Post :
Better get LED strips from ebay. 36 LEDs vs 300 (not sure about the Lumens). Have them behind my TV and in Fish Tank hood. No complaints. so much easier to put together as they have adhesive strips on back.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_f...ip&_sop=15
Do these illuminate your counters or just act as accent lighting? Do you have them hardwired? I'm looking at replacing some old hardwired halogen lights.
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Quote from ToadKilla View Post :
You need strip (5050 may be) , controller, power adapter. buy 2 of those and you should be done for a normal size kitchen. I did mine on auctions and totaled me about $5 for around 4 of these. I bought things separately.
Are they bright enough for daily food prep? Or are these dim like accent lights that just make it look cool? Thanks for your comments so far Smilie
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