Nice. Happened to think of another question...winter time temps. For those of us living in the Midwest and often times experience sub zero temps...do we yet know how the LED's will work once the spring camping season begins again? I myself figured out that I purchased the 150 light strand, not the 300 and I may shift my thoughts putting the 150 strand in the house and ordering the 300 for the TT. I'm also looking to install a 39' LED rope light to the bottom of the TT for ambiance. Just trying to figure out if I have to strip the lights from the TT or will they survive arctic blasts? (lol)
2007 Ford F250 4x4 Harley-Davidson Powerstroke
2006 Cedar Creek Silverback - 35 LRLBS
(2012 -11) (2013 - 10 so far)
Installed and loving them.Put controller and wall wart inside the camper behind the outside ac outlet. So its just the sensor which you cant really see and just one wire (24/4) going down and under the camper. feeding 2 strips one on the awning rail and the other behind the steps
I got the 150 count and they are bright enough to read by....even pointed up at the underside of the awning.Glad I didn't go the 300 route,for me would have been to much.Because as you dim the color temp changes allot especially for the white.I like the nice crisp 10k warm white look.