When do I need an LED adapter for my light strings?
Or How do I know if my LED Christmas lights are incandescent or LED? Short Answer While it is sometimes confusing to tell them apart, there are a few differences between LED and incandescent Christmas Read More
Good question. Let’s dig into it a little. Short Answer: LED Christmas lights are, in fact, NOT waterproof. Longer Answer: When I hear this question, I usually ask questions about applications and the questions behind Read More
The weather this past weekend was absolutely perfect for the Fort Worth Parade of Lights. John has a Model A and since we’re friends he texted me about lights. 😀 His car runs on a Read More
Traditional incandescent Christmas lights do warm up under operation. Light from an incandescent bulb is actually created by heating that tiny little filament inside the bulb. Allowing airflow around the lights and not installing them Read More
Short answer: No. Longer answer: No, they do not. Joking aside, based on semiconductor technology rather than heating a filament like an incandescent bulb, LED bulbs and light strings do not heat up under operation. Read More
Versions of this question also include: Why don’t LED bulbs get hot? How are LED lights different than standard mini lights? The answer to these questions covers a very broad range of super-technical information. I’ve Read More