A vendor asked us to try a new concept so we put it up in a unit just to take a look.
What you are seeing are LED strip lights mounted every 48". The thought is to use them instead of typical "pancake" lights or in place of the typical 4" round halogens that you might see in some fifth wheels.
The installation is primitive so forgive the fact there is wiring exposed at the ends and that it's not "tight" all the way across - it was just an experiment.
Approximately 10,000 hours of bulb life vs about . . . well not very long with some of the pancake bulbs.
Low AMP draw - each of the strips pulls less power than 1 bulb of a pancake light.
No heat emission - your unit stays much cooler.
The benefits are easy to appreciate, but:
DO YOU LIKE THE LOOK? IT'S OBVIOUSLY VERY DIFFERENT. MAYBE TOO DIFFERENT?
Thanks for the feedback - PTM