Stupid LED lights question
I hope I ask this correctly. I am thinking of buying a strip of LED lights. It is 16 feet long. They sell them with and without a transformer. The transformer plugs into an regular 110 outlet. Some come with remotes as well. They also sell just the light strip with no transformer. I believe LED lights are made to run on 12 volts. Correct me if I am wrong. The lights in our RV's also run off of 12 volts. Do those same RV lights run off of 12 volts when connected to shore power? Basically, what I am wondering is if I can simply tap into one of the RV lights to supply power to the LED light strip and if so, will being connected to shore power cause any problems? This would eliminate the need for a transformer, and also free up an outlet for other things.