1/2 in. - LED - Cool White - Rope Light
2 Wire - 12 DC Volt - 148 ft. Spool - Clear Tubing with Cool White LEDs - FlexTec IFL-25W
|MPN (Part No.):||IFL75W|
|Bulbs Per Foot:||11|
|Cutting Intervals:||3.25 in.|
|Bulb Spacing:||1.0 in.|
|Maximum Run:||See Attachment|
|Watts Per Foot:||0.76|
Looking for the longest lasting low voltage rope light? FlexTec's IFL-25W cool white LED rope light is exactly what you need. This energy-saving variant of our 12-volt rope light is perfect for use in outdoor and automotive applications, just like the incandescent rope light it replaces. Customers use it in places as varied as tree trunks and under car frames. The only limit is your imagination!
Note: Requires a Low Voltage Transformer (Sold Separately)
- Each reel includes 3 end caps, 3 connectors, and 3 5-foot power cords without plugs
- Channel raceways (sold separately) are recommended for straight line installations
- SIV-F106 power cords are required if cutting rope light into smaller sections
- Works indoors, outdoors, and even on automobiles
- Perfect for commercial and residential applications
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Continuous flexing of rope light may damage its internal electrical connections. To avoid premature failure, mount rope light to sturdy surfaces such as wood or glass and reinforce it with a channel raceway or reflector trim of the correct diameter.
If you must install rope light on an unstable or moving surface such as trees or bushes, it is most cost-effective to use incandescent rope light, which can be replaced at a lower cost than LED rope light.
Movement of frozen rope lights may also damage electrical connections. Avoid installing or re-spooling rope light when temperatures are below freezing. The PVC tubing can become brittle in temperatures below 50 deg. F.
While 1000Bulbs.com encourages all creative use of rope lights, we assume no responsibility for problems arising from cutting rope light. Professional installation is always recommended.
This rope light spool is supplied with 3 transformer-ready power cords, each of which have a 1.6 Amp AC to DC rectifier. Splicing these power cords into a 12VAC transformer yields a max run of 24 ft.
For a run of 75 ft., a car battery or DC transformer of at least 5 Amps must be used. If a DC power supply is used, the supplied power cable with AC to DC rectifier is no longer necessary; an ordinary power cord (such as SIV-F102) should be used instead.