|MPN (Part No.)||033-GR-12V|
|Bulbs Per Foot||12|
|Maximum Run||16 ft.|
|Watts Per Foot||5.5|
|Cutting Intervals||2 in.|
|Bulb Spacing||1 in.|
This incandescent 150 foot green rope light spool is a cost effective way to light a variety of indoor or outdoor applications that require an extremely flexible, reliable and easy to use light source. Multi-purpose, bright and colorful, this rope light uses the highest grade heat resistant PVC available with a newly developed UV inhibitor to help ensure its longevity. Still using only 5.5 watts per foot, this high output rope light is more than twice as bright as the competition. Each reel includes 50 clips/screws, 5 end caps, 5 power cords without plugs. Track is recommended for straight line installations. The maximum run for 12 volt incandescent rope light is 16 feet.
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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.
Please note that cutting this rope light, even following manufacturer instructions, will void the UL listing of the product. This, however, does not necessarily mean the product is unsafe.
If UL listing is an important concern for you or your organization either use the full length of the spool without cutting it or consider purchasing our shorter rope light "kits".
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.
Please contact us at 1-800-624-4488 with any questions or concerns.