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Old 03-25-2013, 08:41 PM   #61
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Awesome. Now to talk DW into it...
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Old 03-25-2013, 08:53 PM   #62
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According to the Jayco archives page the 2007 19H has a 12' awning





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Old 03-26-2013, 03:03 AM   #63
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now that I bought these and they arrive tomorrow I have to wonder, Do they have a dimming option or are they full bright all the time?
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To answer all the questions at once. They can be set for any color that you want and it will stay that color. You can choose from different levels of brightness clear down to barely on. As far as connecting them together, most sets will come with a little connector that is basically 4-male pins sticking out from each side that will allow you to plug in another set. No soldering/splicing required. I believe I've heard that you can connect 3 or 4 sets together before you have to start putting repeaters in because the signal from the controller won't travel any farther than that.
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Old 03-26-2013, 12:04 PM   #65
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It looks like I will be returning my recent purchase of globe lights, and getting a set of these. Thanks everyone for the information. You guys/gals rock!
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Mine came in, they have 3M adhesive on the back and the strip seems a bit "sticky" on the light side. I am thinking it will harden up. Looks like they will work nicely. I changed my opinion of where to mount. I think on the roller tube up under will be a neater install.
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I am looking forward to seeing photos after they are installed. I need to look at my awning more closely for mounting options, as I would like to use them with the awning rolled out as well as rolled in.
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These look very interesting, now of course someone gonna forget about them being plugged in and push the button for the awning, what happens when you forget about having them plugged in?
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These look very interesting, now of course someone gonna forget about them being plugged in and push the button for the awning, what happens when you forget about having them plugged in?
They will probably unplug themselves. But even if they don't, they don't get very hot.
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Old 03-26-2013, 09:03 PM   #70
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Just ordered mine, but I plan on installing them just below the awning on the side of the camper. If they have 3M adhesive, it should be fairly easy to remove without damaging anything. This way I can still use them even when the awning is not extended.
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