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LED Tutorials

When working with LED Lighting products for the first time or even if you are an experienced user certain aspects of LED Lighting can be a bit confusing. If you do not have all of the correct components or you do not properly calculate your LED supplies then you risk damaging your product, fire hazard, or simply your product not working at all. Follow these simple LED Lighting Tutorials in order to be certain that you are using and installing all of you LED products appropriately.

General LED Tutorials General LED Tutorials

General LED Lighting Tutorials that describe the basics of what we sell here at Ecolocity LED. Understand color types, products, necessary tools, components and all the basics that are helpful to know when starting your first LED lighting project.

How to Use LED Strip Lights How to Use LED Strip Lights

Strip lights are one of the most versatile and customizable lighting products that we carry. They can be cut, connected, spliced and put almost anywhere to create amazing lighting both indoors and out. If you are a first time user or just want to maybe learn a few new tricks, check out the tutorials below and learn all the cool ways you can use LED light strips.

How to Use KLUS Extrusions How to Use KLUS Extrusions

Want to add elegance, protection and a heat sink to your strip lighting? Then KLUS brand extrusions and light diffusers are your premiere choice for a permanent LED tape light install. There are so many ways to use these extrusions so browse the tutorials below to see how to use KLUS extrusion products.

How to Use LED Neon Flex How to Use LED Neon Flex

Neon Flex is a unique product with a lighting source made from strip lights but wrapped with a silicone body consisting of a milky top or side that completely diffuses the light output to appear like traditional neon lighting. If you are tired of dots and don't want to add the cost of an extrusion check out this page to learn how to use LED neon.

How to Use LED Sign Modules How to Use LED Sign Modules

LED Modules can be used for signs, channel letters, back lighting, and even general lighting purposes. They are easy to use, easy to cut and splice which makes them a great choice for not only signage but any low voltage lighting application. Check out these tutorials to see how to use them.

How to Use LED Controllers How to Use LED Controllers

LED Controllers and Dimmers are the brains of your LED lighting. They are required for color control on color changing strip lights and dimmers can be used on single color lighting to adjust the brightness of your light output. Check out these tutorials to learn more about controllers and the different ways you can use them.

How to Use LED Fixtures How to Use LED Light Fixtures

LED Fixtures such as wall washers, path and deck lights, underwater, and landscape lighting are a great all in one low voltage lighting source for both indoor and outdoor applications. They provide high light output and can be used in a varieties of ways. Check out these tutorials to see where you can incorporate our LED fixture into your next lighting project.

How to Use LED Power Supplies How to Use LED Power Supplies

LED Power Supplies are the source of power for your low voltage lighting system. They take the standard high voltage power found in all homes and businesses and convert it to low voltage DC necessary to run our low voltage LED lighting products. Read here to learn a bit more about what they are and how to use them. You should always consult a professional electrician for installs but smaller jobs can be done safely with a bit of simple knowledge.

How to Wire Low Voltage LEDs How to Wire Low Voltage LEDs

LED wiring is the bones of your lighting circuit and one of the most important parts of having a well running LED lighting system. In any situation there are multiple way you can wire your lighting but knowing the best way to do it while being safe and efficient can save time, money and resources; all while ensuring a long lasting lighting system. See the tutorials below for best wiring practices and different connectors that can make your wiring job much less complicated and tedious.