MicroStar LED Lights by Suncor

MicroStar LED Light - Amazing!

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Microstar LED lights have an approximate life of 100,000 hours if properly installed and using a correct power source.

USE DC Power Source Only. Use appropriate voltage power source only 12Volt for 12 Volt, etc.

Microstar lights can only be powered by DC current and use of any other power source eliminate any and all warranty. Typical garden transformers are AC current and will burn the lights out in under 100 hours.

Proper care should be taken during handling and installation. If you are handling a light, it shouldn't be the first thing to come in contact with a surface or object. In-line fuses should be installed on all LED circuits to protect the LEDs, wiring and power source from shorts. If a 110 VAC transformer is used, plugging it into a surge protected power strip or receptacle may well save a full string of LED lights.

This tiny-little LED light is truly amazing! It measures only 1/4" by 7/8" so it can be mounted anywhere, even in a 1" stanchion. Draws almost no current and generates NO HEAT. Each MicroStar draws only 0.02 amps or conservatively 0.33 watts (i.e. 15 MicroStars in a circuit (parallel) would draw 0.3 amps or 4.95 watts of power). It is completely waterproof (potted in epoxy within a 316 stainless housing) so it can be used anywhere, even underwater. Runs on 12 volts DC (SPS0802-0000 is 24 volts) and can be wired to household 110 AC via a transformer. Use it in the cabin, on deck, in the garden, in railings, livewells, on masts/booms, for architecture/horticulture/aquaculture applications … ANYWHERE YOU CAN THINK OF! Mounts in 1/4" or 3/8" holes. Lead wires can be as small as 25 gauge. If mounting underwater use waterproof crimps. Call or drop us a note for more ideas and information. Low power consumption can run off battery, generator, or AC current. GREAT LITTLE PRODUCT!!! CALL FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF THE ENTIRE MICROSTAR LINE OF PRODUCTS!!!

The Tri-Clusters and Micro Stars have been designed to work well with a voltage range of 11.6 to 14.6 volts.

The total current capacity of the 22-gauge wire is in excess of 2 amps and the capacity of the 20-gauge wire is in excess of 3 amps. This corresponds to a total of 100 or 300 lights respectively. Should lights in these quantities be used, we recommend using a larger gauge feed wire or multiple feeds from the power source.

In the example above, 100 lights would cause a voltage drop in 100 feet of 22-gauge wire of 6 volts. This would be unacceptable unless the voltage supplied was 18 volts. If the 20-gauge wire were used, you would see a voltage drop of 3.8 volts.