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  • 5 Different lengths
  • 2700K color temperature
  • Indoor or outdoor
  • 60,000 hour life
  • Linkable
  • Very energy-efficient
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Warm White LED Rope Light

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Warm White LED Rope Light

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About our Warm White LED Rope Light
Description

LED rope light is highly efficient and flexible, making it a versatile product for many lighting projects. The warm white color of this model is very similar to incandescent string lighting. Ideal for lighting building outlines, amusement themes, store window displays, holiday light sculptures, cove lighting, toe space lighting, museum lighting, architectural details, over cabinet lighting, step lights, bookshelves, deck railings, gazebos, trade show lighting, bars, and night clubs.

ROPE

  • 5 Models:

    3ft long 9ft long 15ft long 30ft long 75ft long
    PLR-LED-WW-3 PLR-LED-WW-9 PLR-LED-WW-15 PLR-LED-WW-30 PLR-LED-WW-75
  • What's Included: an LED warm white rope light includes a 5ft cord & plug, 1 plastic mounting clip for each foot of rope light ordered, 2 threaded couplers, and 1 end cap.
  • Diameter: rope light is 0.50in in diameter; threaded coupler used to connect two pieces of rope light together or connect an end cap to a piece of rope is 1.25in in diameter
  • Very Flexible
  • Very Low Heat: LEDs generate very little heat
  • Easy to Install: easy to install with mounting clips. Several clear, U-shaped, plastic mounting clips with 2 screws each are included with each kit.
  • Field Cuttability: rope light is no longer field cuttable due to the most recent UL 2388 standards. However, to make longer runs several lengths of rope light may be easily connected using molded male and female ends that are held together with a threaded coupler, all of which are supplied. (See Linkable comments below.)

LEDs

  • Ultra Warm White LEDs: ultra warm white LEDs, with a color temperature of approximately 2700K, are used. These ultra warm white LEDs are quite similar in color to clear miniature incandescent light bulbs and are a lot warmer in color than cool white LEDs, which are very slightly bluish in color.
    [Caution: the ultra warm white LEDs from one lot (one manufacturing run) may not match exactly the ultra warm white LEDs from another lot. In fact, the color temperature of LEDs from the same lot may vary by as much as 10% within that lot. In short, it is very difficult to match the color temperatures of ultra warm white LEDs that were manufactured at different times and, therefore, the color temperatures of two or more rope lights will quite probably not match exactly. This is true no matter who the manufacturer is.]
  • Excellent Lamp Life: rated life of each ultra warm white LED is about 60,000 hours on average while the miniature incandescent light bulbs used in the incandescent clear rope light each have a rated life of 25,000 hours on average. Because the LEDs are completely encased in the solid plastic rope, a very dim LED cannot be replaced at a later time.
  • LED Spacing: LEDs are spaced 1.0 inch apart
  • Brighter: LED rope light is brighter than rope light using miniature incandescent light bulbs

ELECTRICAL FEATURES

  • Line Voltage: 120 volts; no transformer is required
  • Cord & Plug: 5ft SJT power cord & 2-prong, polarized, fused plug. If you want to use an extension cord with this rope light, we recommend that you use a good quality 2-wire polarized power cord.
  • Very Energy-Efficient: only consumes 0.77 watts per foot; 85% energy savings over incandescent rope light
  • Linkable: several lengths of warm white LED rope light may be easily linked together using the threaded couplers that are supplied with each kit up to a total length of 240 feet (no tools required). For example, one 15-foot length of rope light and one 30-foot length of rope light may be easily put together to form a 45-foot length of rope light, two 30-foot lengths may be combined to create a 60-foot length of rope light, and so on.
  • Dimmable: with Lutron plug-in CFL-LED dimmers
  • Indoor and Outdoor Use: UL listed for indoor and outdoor use [Caution: For any installation that will remain outdoors for long periods of time, all of the electrical conductors should be coated with dielectric grease (protects electrical connections from salt, dirt, and corrosion) and the outside of the threaded couplers should be thoroughly sealed with silicone caulk after they have been securely tightened.]
  • Non-Submersible: should not be used under water
  • UL 2388 Listed: UL 2388 contains the most stringent UL standards and, therefore, is considered by UL to provide the safest guidelines for rope light specifications

ACCESSORIES

  • Extra Mounting Clips: each clear “U” shaped mounting clip has 2 holes for screws that securely holds the rope light in place.
  • 3ft UV Mounting Channel: the clear UV-rated 3ft Mounting Channel is recommended for mounting a rope in a straight line outdoors or indoors. The 3ft Mounting Channel is resistant to UV degradation and cracking caused by the sun. When using 3ft sections of rope light to create step lights a Mounting Channel is positioned under a step in order to light the step below it.
  • 4ft UV Mounting Channel: the clear 4ft UV-rated Mounting Channel is recommended for mounting a rope light in a straight line outdoors or indoors. The 4ft Mounting Channel is resistant to UV degradation and cracking caused by the sun. When using 4ft sections of rope light to create step lights a Mounting Channel is positioned under a step in order to light the step below it.
  • 3ft Flexible Connector: a 3ft Flexible Connector is made up of white wire and the appropriate threaded coupler at each end (one male and one female). Multiple sections of 3ft Flexible Connectors are often used to create step lights from multiple sections of rope light.

OTHER

  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of Warm White LED Rope Lights, please call us at our toll-free number or use the online Quotation Request for Large Quantities form.  We are always happy to provide you with our best large quantity pricing.

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Specifications & Measurements

This image shows the measurements of the 3 Foot Flexible Connector for LED Rope Lights.

Measurements for Rope Light Connector


Foot-Candle Chart

Footcandle Chart for Warm White LED Rope Light



Product Reviews
Warm White LED Rope Light
$13.65
4.5 Stars based on 25 Review(s)
CeruleanBlueJazz
Minneapolis, Minnesota
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Beautiful Lights
February 7, 2015
I bought these lights as a belated Christmas gift for my sister after some I ordered through Amazon immediately shorted out upon her receiving them. These lights are fantastic. She placed her 15-ft strand above her kitchen cupboards, and they provide a beautiful warm glow throughout the kitchen/dining area. She also enjoyed disposing of the biodegradable packing peanuts.

Rob Howe
Orange, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Warm rope lighting
January 25, 2012
Using this product in a retail application to replace puck lighting in waitress stations. It would work just as well for residential use, under counters or around a bar for accent or task lighting.
Pros:
Easy of use in assembling.

Paul
Parkdale, Oregon
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Light up the world!
August 29, 2015
Fast delivery, easy installation and just right for my interior application of a continuous wall-wash light. I used the recommended dimmer.

Bob
San Francisco Area
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice warm light but different, more yellow then the 9' strip
July 29, 2015
Added this to a 9' strip to make 12'. The 3' is more yellow then the 9'. Noticeable difference. But works great. Buy the channels, they are well worth it to hold the lights nice and straight.
Pros:
Good price, easy to assemble
Cons:
Color does not match the 9' strip

Shad Vosler
Bertrand, NE
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great accent lights
June 9, 2015
These are really easy to put up. I have them outside under an overhang for a patio and lights the area up great.

Tom
Phoenix, AZ
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Above Cabinet Light Rope
April 25, 2015
Very easy to install, worked great, and made the kitchen look great at night. Out of the box and in place in 15 minutes or less.
Pros:
Quick, easy and looks great
Cons:
Has to be plugged in but put it on a timer and works great.

Robert
Texas
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

LED Rope Great Product
April 4, 2015
LED were first class quality. Plastic clips broke easy and screws were fragile. Used small 1/2" cable clamps and #6 stainless screws from Home Depot. Still, would buy the LED Rope in a heartbeat. It has a wonderful warm light and very high quality.

Grandma
NC
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Over Cabinet Lighting
February 28, 2015
Works perfectly for soft lighting over my kitchen cabinets and compliments my under cabinet lighting.
Pros:
Soft warm lighting
Cons:
Could have used a 12' length but the 9' works.

Jocely
Richmond, VA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Attractive, warm color
February 16, 2015
So glad to be able to find these. The installation clips are not flimsy, and the color is a soft, warm very slightly orangey color, not yellow.
Pros:
light is even and consistent attractive warm color
Cons:
only if you would not want the color to be a touch orangey rather than yellow

Kevin
Pittsburgh, PA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great lighting!!!
December 29, 2014
I was looking for a good solution for lighting under my new bar and this rope lighting was a perfect fit. Make sure to buy the mounting channel if you plan on a installing this underneath bar or cabinetry...it will keep it from sagging. Perfect!!!!
Pros:
Great look and fit.
Cons:
None.



Questions & Answers
By Beau from Corte Madera, CA on July 27, 2012
Can this light rope be rewired to work with a dimmer switch? We have lighting wired in our cabinet shelves already, but want to replace it with this lighting, using the current power source.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 27, 2012

Answer:
Beau,

According to the manufacturer, this rope light is dimmable with plug-in style CFL-LED dimmers.
By Jimmy from Missouri City, TX on July 27, 2012

Answer:
I have mine on a dimmer switch.

By Kelly from Austin, TX on August 1, 2012

Answer:
Yes, you can cut the plug end off of the rope and hard-wire it to the same power source as the original cabinet lights. You need to make sure you make the connection in a j-box, though.

By Charles from laguna beach CA on November 24, 2012
I want to fasten to outdoor umbrella, how do I connect 4 or more 3ft sections to a central power hub? Each 3ft section will run down an arm of the umbrella and connect at the center to the power.

By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 26, 2012

Answer:
Charles,

If you are looking to connect the sections to each other, they link end-to-end using the included flexible connectors. Each section includes a power cord for plugging in.

By Charles from Laguna Beach CA on November 26, 2012
Regarding the question about using on an outdoor patio umbrella, how do I connect one end of a 3 ft section to a central hub leaving the other end of the section unconnected? Do you have a device that allows several 3 ft sections to connect to a central hub? I do not want to connect the sections end to end but rather one end of each section to a central hub leaving the other end of the section unconnected.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 27, 2012

Answer:
Charles,

I'm sorry - there is not a central hub accessory. The rope light can only be linked together end to end.

By Bill from Boston, MA on November 18, 2014
Does anyone else notice a flicker?
By Matt from Glenville, NY on November 18, 2014

Answer:
Not at all. Unlike those cheap Christmas light strands you drive by on the roadside.
By Hunter from Cleveland, OH on November 18, 2014

Answer:
I have mine outside under an eave so I don't see the lights directly, but indirect light only. If I stare at the lights directly long enough I notice a slight flicker, my normal passive use I don't notice any flickering. I've bought other LED rope lights where the flicker is obvious.
By Samantha from Lagrangeville, NY on November 18, 2014

Answer:
No mine does not flicker, I've had mine for almost a year and they are literally on everyday for at least 10 hours and I've never seen them flicker.
By Rosemary from Brooklyn, NY on November 18, 2014

Answer:
No, no flicker.
By James W from Prior Lake, MN on November 18, 2014

Answer:
I haven't had any problems with them.
By Paul from California on November 18, 2014

Answer:
No. We see no flicker. These lights are on 24 hours a day and we have not noticed any variation in lighting.
By Ron from Surprise, AZ on November 18, 2014

Answer:
No problems. Have had this item for a while and no flickers. Works well. I have it above my cabinet in the kitchen plugged in a outlet I installed with a switch on the wall I can turn on and off at night.
By Dave from Maple Grove, MN on November 18, 2014

Answer:
I have two segments of the LED rope lighting and have not seen any flickering with them.
By Edward Farver from Green Valley, AZ on November 20, 2014

Answer:
I have not noticed any flicker in my LED rope light.
By Richard from Lyons, IL on November 23, 2014

Answer:
My rope light does NOT flicker. I leave it on 24/7, using it for mood lighting and night light.

By Steve from Canton, OH on November 22, 2014
Is the power cord white or black?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 23, 2014

Answer:
It's white.
By Rosemary from Brooklyn, NY on November 23, 2014

Answer:
More like off white, I think, definitely not black.. My husband painted it to match woodwork.
By MRC from Dallas, TX on November 23, 2014

Answer:
Mine was white
By Dave from Maple Grove, MN on November 23, 2014

Answer:
White
By Hunter from Cleveland on November 23, 2014

Answer:
The power cord is white.
By Hunter from Cleveland on November 23, 2014

Answer:
The power cord is white.
By Matt from Glenville, NY on November 23, 2014

Answer:
White.
By Richard from lyons, IL on November 23, 2014

Answer:
The power cord on my light set is white.
By Rick from Sioux City on November 23, 2014

Answer:
The power cord is white.
By Ed from Green Valley, AZ on November 23, 2014

Answer:
The power cord is white.

By Ron from Sonora, CA on September 9, 2014
Can the 3' flexible connectors be fastened together to make a longer connector?
By Hunter Chisholm from Cleveland, OH on September 9, 2014

Answer:
According to the instructions on my 30' length, they can be daisy chained together to make them longer. There is a limit but I don't know what it is as I discarded the instructions. Maybe 90' feet for my 30' length.

By Anne from Fayetteville WV on November 12, 2013
is there an inline on/off switch or do I have to unplug from outlet each time?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 12, 2013

Answer:
Anne,

There is no inline switch. You can either use a switched outlet or unplug it to turn off.

By Barry from Dallas, TX on September 3, 2012
How many lumens does this rope light put out? Or what is the equivalent in incandescent bulb wattage?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 4, 2012

Answer:
Barry - roughly 6.4 lumens/foot

By Carol from Atlanta, GA on November 22, 2013
From your answer about lumens per linear foot, is it to be understood correctly that 15 feet of warm white rope would only produce lumens less than one standard 7-watt incandescent nightlight, or about a fourth of a 25-watt incandescent bulb?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 24, 2013

Answer:
Carol, the light output is about 6.4 lumens per foot. So for 15 feet, that would be 96 lumens.

It is really not accurate to attempt to compare lumens for a linear light fixture to a light bulb because of the different nature of the sources.

By Henry from Miami, FL on December 18, 2014
For indoor application with existing 110 Volt, do these require a transformer?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 19, 2014

Answer:
No transformer is required. These rope light kits simply plug into an outlet.
By Matt from Glenville, NY on December 19, 2014

Answer:
No transformer needed.
They plug into a typical household outlet.
By Glenn from Kingwood, TX on December 20, 2014

Answer:
No transformer is needed; the lights have a regular plug.

By John from Charlotte, NC on April 23, 2013
I am an architect looking to hang a series of LED light ropes over a small street located within a retail district (Similar to that of Larimer Square in Denver - See attached image). What is the maximum distance that an LED rope can be hung? Would the rope need to be attached to some sort of steel cable in order to span this distance?
By Ila from Pegasus Lighting on April 23, 2013

Answer:
John:

The rope light can be connected together for a total distance of 240 feet on one circuit. To prevent drooping and to maintain clearance over street traffic, and especially clearance for perhaps tall delivery trucks, it would be wise to use some type of support cable (like aircraft cable) along with adjustable wire ties to secure the rope every few feet. Good luck on your project!

By Richard Wright from Vancouver, WA on December 26, 2014
Will these rope strips bend 90 degrees in the top corners of the cabinet? The top of my china cabinet is 60 inches x 14 inches, and I want to mount the lighting on the top perimeter of the upper cabinet. Are these the best lights to use? Halogen lighting is too hot. Please recommend! I have purchased from you in the past and have been very happy.
By Pete from Apex, NC on December 27, 2014

Answer:
They come with mounting brackets so you can do just that (mount around the inside upper perimeter). I doubt you'll be able to bend it 90 degrees at the corners but you should be able to curve them enough to make a decent tight bend. In my opinion, rope lights are perfect for lighting above cabinets.
By James W from Prior Lake, MN on December 27, 2014

Answer:
Yes they should work. They won't bend a real sharp 90 but you can make them fit. I have rope lights above my kitchen cabinets and they work fine.
By Glenn from Kingwood, TX on December 27, 2014

Answer:
I have these on top of a cabinet. I don't think you can make an exact 90 degree angle but the attached pictures show how much bend I've put on them - you could probably bend them a bit more than this.
By Cris from Eastern North Carolina on December 29, 2014

Answer:
These will easily bend to 90 degrees, but you need to allow for a curve of about 2"-3"

By MJ from Sacramento CA on October 15, 2012
How many sections can be linked together?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 15, 2012

Answer:
The max run is 240ft. You can link as many sections together you would like as long as they do not total more than 240ft.
By Mike from Hampton, VA on October 15, 2012

Answer:
I have two sections linked together. Works great.
By Ed from Rohnert Park, CA on October 15, 2012

Answer:
The literature packed with the three foot rope lights indicate the max length to be 240 feet. So, the answer to the question would be 80 (3 X 80 = 240).
By Pasquale from NYS on October 15, 2012

Answer:
You should read the specifications for the model you wish to know about. There are different lengths but the MFG has stated that links can be made up to 240ft. Google has an online math calculator if you need to add up the lengths you want. If you had 3ft lengths you could place 80 together. Under the ELECTRICAL FEATURES are the MFG specs for these lights. It's always better to check the MFG specs then to ask customers.

By Pat from Sea Isle on March 26, 2015
Want to install outdoors on two decks. Top deck measures 38' around and bottom deck measures 32' around. Would it be better to connect 2 30' sections and 1 9'section for the top deck and 3 12' sections for the bottom or what do you think would be the best configuration?
By Robert from Blanco, TX on March 26, 2015

Answer:
I agree on your lengths for your deck. This warm LED Rope light is real quality and the 2700 kelvin white has a wonderful warm effect. I installed over 35 feet in our kitchen.
By Jocelyn from Richmond, VA on March 26, 2015

Answer:
it won't really matter....there is very little change in distance between lights at the junctions where one strand connects to another. The continuity of the lights will not be a big problem. Your biggest challenge will be how to handle the "leftover lights". I would choose the light strand lengths based on cost effectiveness.
By Mark from New Holstein, WI on March 26, 2015

Answer:
It really doesn't make a difference how you configure the lengths as they easily connect end to end. The only potential issue that could occur is that the color rendering between sets can very a bit. I have found that if you buy rope lights of the same length the color tends to be the same, but the warmth of the color does vary a bit when you connect strings of different length rope lights.

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