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How much power do I need for LEDs/RGB Modules/Nodes/Strip/RGB Elements?
Last Updated: 07/31/2021
You can use any 12v power supply that will supply the correct amount of current with our RGB lights - you do not have to use our 12v waterproof power supply.
For some of our RGB products (CoroFlake, NorthStar, etc), we sell an RGB package which includes the correct number of power supplies neccessary for that project. If you will be using your own power supply with our RGB lights, you will need to calculate the required power for your specific project.
Here are numbers of HolidayCoro items that can be run from our 12v waterproof power supply:
  • 10 to 12 RGB CoroStars per power supply
  • 10 to 12 RGB Luminaries per power supply
  • 10 RGB MegaBalls per power supply
  • 2 RGB Coro Trees per power supply
  • 5 RGB Single Row Stars per power supply
  • 50 RGB Square or Rectangle modules
  • 1 Roll of RGB Strip (16ft)

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