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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
$12.90
4.5 Stars based on 14 Review(s)
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.

Ronald Fox
Surprise, AZ
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great rope lighting
April 23, 2014
It was exactly what I was looking for.

Mike C
Georgetown, Texas
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Not quite equivalent to incandescent but close enough
June 7, 2013
We used these LED rope lights to replace some incandescent ropes in an above cabinet lighting application. Segments of the old rope were starting to fail after about 3 yrs of periodic use, so LEDs should avoid a repeat of that problem down the road. The light temperature from the LED rope lights is warm, though not as warm as the original incandescent ones. But it's not that stark 'white' light often associated with simple LED applications, so will work just fine. Another difference is that LEDs require DC current to operate so the incoming AC line voltage is internally rectified; these rope lights must only half-wave rectify because they do suffer from a slight flicker, but it's barely noticeable so won't be a big issue to most users (especially for ceiling applications). The ropes appear to be well made and, as expected, run very much cooler (i.e., consume much less power) than the incandescent equivalent. I'd definitely buy again (though hope not to have to for this application!).
Pros:
- Good construction - Warm color temperature (though see "cons" comment) - Cool running, low power
Cons:
- Warm color temperature but not quite as warm as incandescent - Slight flicker

Morgan
Central MA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Performance and quality as advertised
June 1, 2013
Easily installed, and the warm white lends well to a relaxed exterior setting.
Pros:
Performs as expected, reasonably priced.
Cons:
Would like to see an alternate method to connect to AC other than a fused male appliance plug. I routed the wiring through PVC conduit and water tight connectors making it necessary to remove the plugs, and install in line fuses.

LB
St Petersburg, FL
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Beats Home Depot
February 20, 2013
For the price, these lights are great. Exactly the same as HD. I mean exactly! Same numbers on the casing etc. But better selection, stock on hand, and service. Be sure to buy the plastic mounting channels. Makes the install look like a pro did it. Shipping was faster than most online sellers. Warm white has cozy yellow look of incandescent. Bright white has cold blue look typical of LED. Bought bright white first but didn't like cold look. Saving them for Christmas decorating.
Pros:
Color is warm Installation is easy Professional look
Cons:
Price is a bit high

Ed
San Francisco Bay Area
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Intuitive web site, easy ordering, quick shipment, great product.
October 7, 2012
Mounted the rope on top of cabinets and behind crown molding. Switched it on and the warm light tones reflected from a high level color wall and ceiling. Awesome.
Pros:
Easy to mount/install.

Mark
Florida
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great indoor night light!
October 3, 2012
Used the 3-foot warm-white to replace a failing mini fluorescent tube night light (recessed on an upper ledge of the family room). With the matching plastic tube, installation was literally a 'snap'. The night light works well, and I am happy that it generates much less heat than the tube fixture and only uses 1.65w of electricity instead of 28!
Pros:
Ease of connection, no external transformer.
Cons:
Takes a while for the 'rope' to forget it's coil memory once removed from the package.

Ed Parker
Columbus, GA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Rope Lights
March 26, 2012
Work as expected.
Pros:
they work
Cons:
nothing

F. R. Eggers
Albuquerque, NM
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

LED rope light review
January 11, 2012
Actually, I ordered three rope lights, i.e., two short ones and one 15 foot one. They arrived promptly, in good condition, and performed satisfactorily. However, there were some rather minor problems. All three rope lights came tightly wound and were difficult to straighten. Also, only the 15 foot rope light came with mounting clips. Fortunately, I was able to order more mounting clips and they arrived promptly.
Merchant Response:
Mounting clips should be included in the packaging for each section of rope light purchased. If this did not happen please contact us and we will make sure to send you replacement mounting clips.
Pros:
The rope lights were well made and perform satisfactorily.
Cons:
The rope lights arrived tightly wound and were difficult to straighten. This was not a serious problem.

Paul Quitno
Rochelle, Illinois
3 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Warm White LED Rope Light
December 14, 2011
Like the product, but I was sent a 15-foot rope light that had a blown fuse upon receipt. I had to replace the fuse just to get the rope to light the first time. Then I had it installed, and 2 days later the fuse blew again. But the company was great about replacing the rope light, and paying for shipping costs.
Pros:
Perfect for above cabinet lighting.
Cons:
Having to return a defective item.



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 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 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 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.

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