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Why not Red/Green/Blue on each plug?


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I thought of this a few years ago while hanging three stings of different colored C-7's on my roof line, but I believe it was Columbus27 that threw this idea back into my mind...

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Red, Green, Blue, LED on one string with 3 plugs

Is there something like that on the market? An RGB string, but each color is on a separate socket so it connects to any controller you want without any messing around?

You know something for us lazy people ;)

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Not that I'm aware of. There's no market for it on the consumer level, so you're not likely to ever see it. The RGB nodes people are using are intended for a much broader market than Christmas lighting. Plus they operate on 5 or 12V DC so you can't just put plugs on them...

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Not that I'm aware of. There's no market for it on the consumer level, so you're not likely to ever see it. The RGB nodes people are using are intended for a much broader market than Christmas lighting. Plus they operate on 5 or 12V DC so you can't just put plugs on them...

Yeah I know a little about them, But it would be nice to have a plug and play version...

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The next closest thing are SuperStrings, 3 seperate color srings, either braided or zip-tied together, 3 strings bundled, 3 plugs together..

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The next closest thing are SuperStrings, 3 seperate color srings, either braided or zip-tied together, 3 strings bundled, 3 plugs together..

Yup, best way I have found.This is how I do almost all my lights.

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The next closest thing are SuperStrings, 3 seperate color srings, either braided or zip-tied together, 3 strings bundled, 3 plugs together..

It's a great idea! I would think a string of RGB LED with three plugs would be cheaper than three separate strings?

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