Turning Strip Lights ON/OFF

Turning Strip Lights ON/OFF

Whether you’re a DIY lighting expert or a lighting professional, there’s a variety of ways that you can turn your lights OFF (and ON) to match your needs. Need help choosing what’s right for you? Contact our expert customer service team at customerservice@hitlights.com
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LED Glossary / Terminology Guide

LED Glossary / Terminology Guide

What is Color Rendering Index (CRI)?

What is Color Rendering Index (CRI)?


How much light do I need?

How much light do I need?

How LEDs Can Help You Go Green

How LEDs Can Help You Go Green

How and Why LEDs Work

How and Why LEDs Work

Choosing the Right Color Temperature

Choosing the Right Color Temperature

A simple way to think about color temperature is to imagine a piece of metal being heated. As it is first heated, it emits invisible infra-red light, or heat. As it gets even hotter, it begins to glow a soft red, or orange - and we're now in the lower range of color temperatures. As the heat increases further, the red or orange gives way to yellow, and eventually white. Photographer Mike Browne explains it well. 

IP Codes - An In-Depth Explanation

IP Codes - An In-Depth Explanation

LEDs Help Explain Science

LEDs Help Explain Science

How Blue LEDs Changed the World

How Blue LEDs Changed the World

How long will your batteries power my lights?

How long will your batteries power my lights?



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