LED lights are a big step up in the world of tools and technology as they are super eco-friendly, comfy to use, and come in a super-wide range of colors, sizes, shapes, and varieties.
These LEDs are also very flexible and can be put up in the most unusual places; they also can be places where your random or usual lights are unable to reach.
LED lights have been on a high rise for a few years now. If you are not a new person in this world, then you probably already have an idea of what I’m talking about.
If not, then let e tell you. LED lights have been flooding the modern markets for a few years now because of the way they are built, their durability, and their lighting varieties.
When you go out to buy yourself an LED light, you honestly can never stop or get satisfied at only one pair.
I can already imagine you end up with more than three pairs of LEDs for your room. Now the question is, how are you going to wire these LED strips altogether?
Nope, you don’t have to worry about any of that, as I will be giving you a brief guide on how to wire multiple LED strips to one switch easily.
Step To Follow
In normal and most usual cases, wiring or connecting LED lights are super easy and fun.
But if you want to wire all your led strips to one switch, then this is going to take a little while. But don’t worry!
It will be over soon without you even having to worry about it. So let’s start already!
Calculate Your LED Strips Wattage
Before plugging in your LEDs, you should at least have an idea of how much wattage is needed or wanted to make your LED work properly.
You can do this very easily by multiplying the length of your LED strip by the wattage per meter of the strip.
Find Compatible Power Supply
If you want your LEDs to run effortlessly and not die down after a few months, make sure the power supply that your LED is receiving is just enough, not too much or too little for your LEDs.
So make sure you chose a power supply that uses only 80% of its overall power to run LEDs
Attaching Multiple LEDs To The Switch, Aka Power Supply
You can attach more than one LED to your switch easily without having to worry about it only if you know that your switch is powerful enough to handle it. And that you will know by doing the steps I told you above.
Once you come down on this step, all you have to do is to get a connector block to connect multi-LED strips; this connector block will connect to your switch and then divide the power supply into all the LED strip outlets.
One thing you should make sure of is that if you want to connect three LEDs to a switch, then you will have to buy a connector with three outputs.
In the above article, we have thoroughly talked about LEDs, how they work and how you can wire multiple LED strips to one another.
I have also given you a few tips and just three easy steps so that you can attach your LED strips to a switch all by yourself and that too very easily.