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High Power LED Under Cabinet Lighting DIY - Great looking and BRIGHT @ only 23w!
Did this with 15 XM-L2's (6500K) and it turned out great. Thanks for the guide!
Brilliand and well thought out guide - ideal to help our customers plan and install their Undercabinet lights. Thanks for this. http://www.lightsupplier.co.uk/led-undercabinet-lighting/
Awesome idea! So im not sure how high the risk of explosion is, but i think that using some common sense (ventilation and small projects only) would effectively mitigate many of the risks. For alternate air movement, someone could build a shroud and use a shop vac if you dont have a box fan. Also I would consider attaching a piece of coroplast in front of the filter with enough of an air gap around it so the air flows but the filter is protected from direct paint spray. I can see the filters getting clogged with paint quickly and that would help.
Thanks for this awesome guide! I'm in the process of doing this in my kitchen and servery with 15 XM-L2's. Will post some pics when done.
Hi, I know this is old, but wanted to say I appreciate it greatly! My soldering skills aren't the greatest, and I was using too weak of a soldering iron, so it was taking me a long long time. Has anyone purchased/devised a cover for these, so they look more "professional?" Something to cover the open wire and soldering pads around the light. Thanks!
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