About LED Christmas Lights
LED Light Technical InformationWhat is an LED light and how long do these bulbs burn?
LED stands for Light Emitting Diode. These bulbs do not contain filaments, which is the substance that burns out in traditional bulbs. LED light sets last on average ten times longer and use 1/10 the power of standard mini lights. They also emit a brighter and more distinct color for less of the energy.
Are LED bulbs replaceable?
In most cases LED mini lights are not replaceable. Due to their exceptionally long life this is not an issue. They are completely sealed and water tight for superior durability.
How many LED light sets can be plugged together end-to-end?
In most cases, three (3) sets can be connected end to end.
Are LED light sets for Indoor and Outdoor use?
Why buy LED
Our LED light sets last on average ten times longer and use 1/10 the power of standard mini lights. These bulbs do not contain filaments, which is the substance that burns out in traditional bulbs.
Why isn't there a transformer with my LED light set?
Our LED light strings have a patented rectifier built in. This eliminates unwanted flickering and ensures delivery of the truest color possible. The rectifier for our LED light sets replaces the need for transformers which limit light sets to indoor use only. Our LED lights will shine brighter indoors and outdoors!
We carry only the best brands in LED lights. These LED lights are made to last. Not only do we carry all of the colors you are looking for, but we also carry all of the wire colors that you need. Our selection of LED lights is one of the largest online. Shop our entire line of Christmas Lights today.
Common Questions and Technical Info
Common FAQ's and Technical
- About Amps Watts and Volts
- Animated Lights
- Artificial Christmas Tree Types
- Battery Operated Candle Lamp Instructions
- Battery Operated Christmas Lights
- Battery Operated Lights
- Bubble Christmas Lights
- C7 and C9 Christmas Lights
- Christmas Icicle Lights
- Christmas Light Bulb Sizes
- Christmas Light Fuses
- Christmas Light Projectors
- Christmas Light Shows
- Christmas Micro Lights
- Christmas Net Lights
- Christmas Night Lights
- Christmas Rope Lights
- Christmas Tree Accessories
- Christmas Wall Trees
- Christmas Yard Art Help
- Commercial Christmas Light Standards
- Fiber Optic Christmas Trees
- Flameless Candles
- Flocked and Frosted Trees
- GE Christmas Tree Help
- GE Constant on Lights Help
- GKI Lighting Help
- How Department 56 Collectibles are Made
- How Department 56 Snowbabies Are Made
- How Department 56 Villages are Made
- Inflatable Yard Art
- LED Christmas Light Help
- LED Lighting
- Light Keeper Repair Technical
- Luminaria Bags
- Santas Best and GE Tree Help
- Shatterproof Ornament Help
- Timer Help
- Topiary Christmas Trees
- UL and CSA Approved Chrismas Lights
- Woven Christmas Yard Art
Hints and Tips
- Alternate Ornament Uses
- Artificial Christmas Tree Shaping
- Artificial Garland Shaping
- Artificial Wreath Shaping
- Battery Operated Lamps Help
- Christmas Decoration Storage
- Christmas Safety
- Christmas Lights Not Working
- Christmas Tree Decorations
- Common Tree Questions
- Do It Yourself Cone Trees
- Do It Yourself Decorative Fences
- Do It Yourself Driveway Arches
- Do It Yourself Lettered Signs
- Do It Yourself Mini Trees
- Do It Yourself Ornament Wreaths
- Do It Yourself Snowman Trees
- How To Decorate A Large Christmas Tree
- How Many Lights For a Tree
- How To Buy an Artificial Tree
- How To Hang Outdoor Lights
- How to Create a Village Base
- How To Create A Village Scene
- How To Decorate Indoors for Christmas
- How To Decorate Outdoors for Christmas
- How To Display Department 56
- How To Display Lemax Villages
- How To Hide Extension Cords
- How To Set Up A Nativity Scene
- How To Use The Light Keeper Pro
- More Christmas Tree Decorating
- What To Do Once You Purchase a Tree
- Why You Should Buy Artificial Trees