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Step 7: Prototyping the Light: Wiring

I took all the wired ends from the LED strp and connected all of them in parallel. I found a slightly thicker gauge wire and connected all of them into two lines, positive and ground, to run back to the barrel plug connector that came with the LED strip kit.

Two quick solder joints, a little bit of heat-shrink, then I was ready for testing.

<p>I like the idea, thanks</p>
<p>Not really an instructable. It is a show piece.</p>
<p>Agreed, but there are some well documented concepts in there too. :D</p>
<p>Statement passage.......................very resouseful......................richness with a dash of quirkyness. I say it's a permanent installation.</p>
<p>i don't know how to art, lol</p>
<p>What soldering iron model is that? It looks great!</p>
<p><a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000I30QBW/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B000I30QBW&linkCode=as2&tag=instructab014-20&linkId=ODQVB7ZI2UQC2B5Y" target="_blank">It's this one!</a></p>
<p>Brilliant, thanks!</p>
<p>Pretty sweet!<br>I like the dowel+LEDs light bulb idea.</p>
<p>Mega top super cool!</p>
<p>Super awesome, Audrey!</p>
<p>That candelabra. So nice</p>

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