20pcs Pre Wired 1.8mm Warm White Led Lamp Light Set 12V ~ 18V for Train Layout

(8 customer reviews)

$12.09

Last updated on February 14, 2024 9:40 am Details

Description

  • These pre-wired LED lights are very useful props for model train layouts and buildings, train station layouts, school project models, cars and miniature dollhouses.
  • This pre-wired LED has a resistor (1000 ohms) connected in the pre-wire.he red wire is the anode and the black wire is the cathode.
  • Size: 1.8mm LED light, wire about 20cm (length)
  • Forward voltage: 12V~18V (1000 ohm resistor series), DC. Forward Current (Type/Max): 20mA/30mA.
  • These pre-wired LEDs are great for creating your own custom LED setups!

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Additional information

Brand

Evemodel

Light Type

LED

Wattage

20 watts

Light Color

Red, Warm White

Voltage

12 Volts

Unit Count

20 Count

Number of Items

1

Size

20 Count (Pack of 1)

Connectivity Technology

Normal bulb

Package Dimensions

5.5 x 3.6 x 0.3 inches

Item Weight

0.493 ounces

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

L1218WM

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Manufacturer

EVEMODEL

8 reviews for 20pcs Pre Wired 1.8mm Warm White Led Lamp Light Set 12V ~ 18V for Train Layout

  1. F. Piltz

    Great set of lights. Works on 12v plus. They are not super bright which makes them perfect

  2. Amazon Customer

    These worked really nice to simulate daylight in a window box and canned ceiling lights!!

  3. Mark Estrada

    Update: down to 3 stars from 4: anode cathode insertion into the plastic is weak such that if I squeeze the anode cathode wites while trying to fit into tight soaces, it won’t light until I push the wires back into the plastic or slight spread them so the cathode and anode are closer together. I do this connected to power to make sure it stays lit. I’m thinking E6000 or hot glue/wax is needed to keep the cathode anode distance fixed so it remains lit.

    The nub end of the LED are about 1.75 mm and fit into the 1.9 mm headlight hole in athearn blue box locomotives (some sanding needed to get the square end adjusted to fit flush against the roof of GP 38/40/50/60). Will have some light spillover into the cab but a white plastic card can be cut to direct light into headboards

    2 of 20 LEDs were defective at the anode cathode insertion into the plastic lamp. Pushing one the wires deeper into the plastic seems to have salvaged 1 but not the other. Test all LEDs before install. Test while installing because any manipulation can cause it to fail when cathode anode distance widens.

    Looks like a 470 ohm resistor is soldered in with wires shrink wrapped. This is convenient and light is very bright at 9-12V

    T 0402 LEDs are smaller and come with 1000 ohm resistors that require soldering to the LED short wire. T0402 not as bright as these 1.8mm w lowerresistor.

  4. steve K.

    Have purchased several times and have yet to have one fail.

  5. Jerry Kolwinska

    The warm white is much more period appropriate when modeling the 1950s. I have used bright white in another building, and while the illumination is great, it is too white for the period. These were easy to wire in parallel, and already have the appropriate resistor installed. One caution, the wire is very fine and is cut very easily when stripping for solder.

  6. beno851

    They are MUCH easier to work with than the tine SMD / Micro LEDs for use in models. I used for my Star Destroyer model project. These lights are the bigger lights you see around the edge of the model. Note – the color of the light is a little more on the reddish/magenta end of the ‘warm white’ spectrum. Very nice quality and a lot of fun to use.

  7. Jerry Kolwinska

    Bought these to use in model railroad headlights and other places.

  8. Amazon Customer

    Lights work great. I used 10 total on my train station- 4 in the lobby and 3 in each wing. I appreciated that they already had resistors built in, so I didn’t need to add them myself.

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