Video: 12 Volt Red String Lights on Green Wire

by | Oct 8, 2021

Shop for Red 12 volt lights on green wire.

This is a string of red 12-volt DC lights on green wire, and all you do is plug them into an accessory plug on your car, camper, boat, or golf cart. We love them on wreaths installed on the front or back of cars at Christmas and Valentine’s. I mean, why should December have all the fun? February needs some love.

Here are the specifications for these lights. Each set has a 10-foot section of red LED lights spaced 6 inches apart, and then, there’s a separate 15-foot extension wire here, as so, that plugs into that accessory plug and then has a coaxial connector on the other end to connect into the lights.

After you connect that first section of lights to the adapter or extension cord, you can string up to 30 of these in series. Remember that the LEDs are designed as a single unit to resist corrosion and cannot be removed or replaced. If one bulb should go out, the others will stay lit.

The 22 gauge green wiring blends in nicely with natural and artificial greenery. Red is nicely complimented with gold or silver ornaments. These lights are rated for indoor and outdoor use.

See the specification table located on this product for more details. We’d love to see how you use these lights, so please remember to tag us on your photos on Instagram and Facebook. If you have any questions, please contact us via our contact page at Christmas Light Source. Have a Merry Christmas and a brighter February. I’m Shellie at Christmas Light Source.

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