Daisy-Chaining LED Lights

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BriBri69

Joined Dec 4, 2022
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How many QWIK MOD P-LED (2 x LED Lights per pod) can be daisy chained to a 9volt 1.2A switching adapter power supply, without adding any capacitation, and/or any electrical harnessing or reducing components?
I am trying to get as many on one leg, or one power supply, as possible.
I already have 1 set of 7 pods. (See attached photo below.)
Thanks to you all.
Cordially,
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BobTPH

Joined Jun 5, 2013
9,161
Divide 1.2A by the current drawn by one pod. That gives you the theoretical max, but might over stress the power supply, so use 1.0 as the max current instead to be kind your power supply.
 

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BriBri69

Joined Dec 4, 2022
2
What is the voltage and current characteristic of the pod?
There are numerous models on the website.
On the back is printed 1805/TW3
* MODEL NO. E341517
* Input 12VDC
* 111 LM/W EFFICACY
* 94.1 LM/mod (160 LM/ft.) INTENSITY
* 0.8W/mod (1.36W/ft.) POWER

POWER SUPPLY OPTIONS
Power Supply60W
36W

20W
12W
Watts/ModMax ModsWatts/ModMax ModsWatts/ModMax ModsWatts/ModMax Mods
QM20.827
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