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I started with a large LED strip, custom cut it to the size, ran the power, installed a switch, and neatly hid wires. This project can easily be adapter to anywhere you need some lighting under something. (eg. kitchen cabinets, work spaces, shelving, display cases, etc.) It is also a good guide on how to install lighting strips in general and can be used as a base for other low voltage lighting projects.

Step 1: Materials

Here is everything I used to complete this project:
The total cost was around $40.
<p>A question:</p><p>Your diagram shows a connector between the power supply adapter and the junction box yet I find no mention of it in the materials list or in the instructions. It's unclear to me how the power supply adapter wiring connects to the wiring in the junction box. Can you explain?</p>
this is cool, i was planning to put led lights also on my toy cabinet
I really wanna know more details about the choose of the components
I really wanna know more details about the choose of the components
Really neat job! I've been thinking of doing this on my PC desk, so I can use it at night without having the room light on.
That turned out really nice! :)

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