Interior Trailer Lighting

Looking for decent 12v LED lights for inside an enclosed trailer and one for the back above the doors for loading and unloading, been looking but the prices are all over the place. 

On 4/10/2018 at 8:35 AM, ktm300 said:

Looking for decent 12v LED lights for inside an enclosed trailer and one for the back above the doors for loading and unloading, been looking but the prices are all over the place. 

i go on amazon and buy the like 12 inch led stick on lights 2 for like 15 bucks and get about 4 of them and stick em on. they light things up nicely paired with the little 4 led stick on lights they really make it bright. 

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What type batteries and how long do they last?

10 hours ago, ring ding ding said:

What type batteries and how long do they last?

I hooked it up to a 31pmhd battery so far I plug the trailer in once in a blue moon to top off the battery with the tender it's hooked too. Since I've done it last its been about a month and they're on for atleast an hour to 4 hours a week if not more 

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LED Tape lighting in the shop space of the big trailer, above and below the cabinets.  Tape sticks into a channel of a 45° piece, clips rivet to the trim/steel, and a diffuser slides into the aluminum 45° extrusion.

http://www.americanlighting.com/ is where we sourced the tape lights and extrusion from.  Can't find that stuff on their site.

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The lights in here draw about 7.5A. 

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There's a switch at the front man-door of the trailer we usually use, but we also wired a switch in at the back by the loading door.

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Living quarters up front we're running little LED puck lights. 

http://www.americanlighting.com/futura.html

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Dimmer is nice - at lowest setting it's nice in the evening, and the pucks pull a little over 1A.  Getting geared up in the morning, run the lights at full power, they pull about 5A. 

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13 hours ago, SnowMule said:

LED Tape lighting in the shop space of the big trailer, above and below the cabinets.  Tape sticks into a channel of a 45° piece, clips rivet to the trim/steel, and a diffuser slides into the aluminum 45° extrusion.

http://www.americanlighting.com/ is where we sourced the tape lights and extrusion from.  Can't find that stuff on their site.

IMG_20161106_163752191-L.jpg

 

The lights in here draw about 7.5A. 

IMG_20170129_101630959-L.jpg

 

There's a switch at the front man-door of the trailer we usually use, but we also wired a switch in at the back by the loading door.

IMG_20170305_171731621_HDR-L.jpg

 

Living quarters up front we're running little LED puck lights. 

http://www.americanlighting.com/futura.html

IMG_20171119_173228530-L.jpg

 

Dimmer is nice - at lowest setting it's nice in the evening, and the pucks pull a little over 1A.  Getting geared up in the morning, run the lights at full power, they pull about 5A. 

IMG_20171217_222925565_HDR-L.jpg

 

 

now THAT is a setup. jealous!

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