• 150W Watt AC to 12V Volt LED & Halogen -120V Volt Low Voltage Landscape Lighting Indoor/Outdoor Weatherproof Transformer…

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    Commercial Grade Low voltage power supply
    Indoor and Outdoor Use

  • 24 Pack Low Voltage Landscape Light Wire Connector Fntek Outdoor 14-20 Gauge Cable Connectors for Landscape Path Lights…

    Customized Connectors for Landscape Lighting: Fntek 24 Pack low voltage Landscape Lighting cable connectors with updated screw tight design, enough to connect 12 Pack low voltage outdoor light fixtures or replace faulty connectors, more reliable than push or pinch style connector
    Perfectly Designed Landscape Light Connector: Automatic grinding machine create same high standard connectors with fine nylon plastic body and nickel-plated copper sharp pin and easy-hold big cap, nicely constructed wire connectors ensure corrosion resistance and electrical conductivity for home and project outdoor low voltage landscape wire using
    Wide Application: Work with 14 to 20 gauge power cable of low voltage landscape lights. Perfect replacing old faulty connectors installed on outside wall mounts, edge, walkway, garden, fences, uplight, path and patio deck lighting for brands like Moonrays, Paradise, Hinkley, Kichler or Malibu

  • 24-Pack – SnapPower GuideLight 2 for Outlets [New Version – LED Light Bar] – Night Light – Electrical Outlet Wall Plate…

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    EASY INSTALL – You don’t have to be an electrician or magician to install the Guidelight. It was designed for a truly simple, safe solution to the household nightlight. It does not require brackets, batteries, mounts, or wires. Just snap it on and go.
    FREES UP OUTLETS – You can finally use all of the outlets in your house. Don’t let standard, bulky night lights dominate your hallways, bathrooms or children’s bedrooms anymore.

  • 300W Shoebox LED Retrofit Kit = 1200W MH/HPS/HID, LED Parking Lot Tennis Court Lights Retrofit,43500LM 5700K E39 Mogul…

    ❤ Super Bright Shoexbox LED Retrofit Kits – With outstanding 145 lumens per watt, the led retrofit kit provides 43,500 lumen output. This 300 watt retrofit led light is a perfect replacement for a 1200W MH/HPS/HID bulb,typically appearing brighter and also providing more than 90% in energy savings.80+ CRI Rating and 5700K for super bright outdoor large area lighting
    ❤ Maintenance Saving – Advanced SMD3030 LEDs and Meanwhile Driver for superior performance and longer lifespan.Excellent heat dissipation system with overheat protection sensor, aluminum heat sink and high speed fan to protect leds at lower operating temperature. Longer lifespan of 500,00 hours, that’s about 23 years of 6 hours per day,which will reduce maintenance cost dramatically.
    ❤ Quick Installation – The adjustable led retrofit kits come with E39 Mogul Base – Just screw in. Replace the ballast with the LED Driver and old bulb with the LED light. No need to replace existing fixtures. Adjustable U bracket for horizontal and vertical mounting. ★Please check retrofit kit picture and dimensions to ensure fitment.

  • Aluminium IP66 (1-3) X 1W LED Driver 300mA (Constant Current Output) / DC 3-12V (Voltage Output) / AC 100-265V (input…

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    Input Voltage: AC100-265V 50/60Hz; Output Current: 300mA (Constant) ; Output Voltage:DC 3-12V
    Waterproof:waterproof design IP66,Widely used in street lamps, LED flood lights, LED industrial lights and other outdoor lamps

  • Artcraft Lighting Castello 4-Light Mini Chandelier, Black

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    60 wattage bulb. Width : 20 ,Length : 20 and Height : 22.5
    Safety rating, interior/dry

  • BN-LINK BND-60/U47 Indoor Mini 24-Hour Mechanical Outlet Timer, 3-Prong, 2-Pack

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    SIMPLE TO USE: Pins UP means timer is OFF. Pins DOWN means timer is ON. Please note that your timer’s pins will come pressed DOWN new of the box. Pull the pins UP to begin setting your timer.
    AUTOMATE YOUR HOME OR OFFICE: Turn on and off lamps, small appliances, Christmas trees, and other electrical devices with a handy timer.

  • Book 3: Lamp Fuels (The Non-Electric Lighting Series)

    ★★★ Reader Feedback: Absolutely a MUST-READ for anyone using non-electric lighting . . . I have a college degree in fire protection and worked for years in the petroleum industry . . . I still learned things from this book . . . I can testify that he’s correct in the information he shares . . . Enough talk. Just GET THIS BOOK! — totallyfrozen● Lamp Fuels is Book 3 of our Non-Electric Lighting Series. As soon as we graduate from candles and olive oil to kerosene, the door opens onto the crazy world of bad Internet information about lamp and lantern fuels. We really need to understand this stuff. And that’s the purpose of Book 3.● From the FOREWORD to Book 3:”Before publication, this book (as the author notes) was reviewed by two petrochemical engineers, a college physics professor, and a chemical engineer. As it so happens, I am the physics professor in question. But that was my past career. Today I work in the oil and gas industry and have been in the industry for almost 20 years.”I want to assure the reader that the information presented in this book is accurate. The topics, written from a lamp-fuel and lantern-fuel point of view, have been simplified but with full confidence I can state that what is presented is correct.”Please don’t burn your house down. Please don’t place your family at risk. Please take the time to read these few pages. Please, please, please. READ THE BOOK.” — Ester S. Adkisson★★★ Reader Feedback: A must-have for your library. — shadow ★★★ Reader Feedback: Finally I know what kerosene and mineral spirits are . . . I am so pleased to actually get real honest answers . . . Mr. Brown thank you. — rock hound grandma● Lamp Fuels contains 12,000 words, 23 color illustrations, and has a so-called “Active Table of Contents” (because eBooks don’t have page numbers, the Table of Contents is linked to or interactive with the book’s contents). The print version of Lamp Fuels is 70 pages.● This is an 8-book series. The quickest way to see the other titles is [1] to click on the Follow the Author link elsewhere on this page. Or [2] if you’re not in Amazon as you read this, copy-and-paste “the non-electric lighting series” (include the quote marks) into the Google search bar.

  • Book 7: Propane for Preppers

    ★★★ Reader Feedback: Outstanding article! One of the BEST I’ve ever read or seen on any preparedness website. Well Done! (and thank you!!) — TPS● Propane for Preppers is Book 7 of our Non-Electric Lighting Series. Much of the material in Book 7 comes from a 5-part series of articles originally published in the blog Backdoor Survival. (Hence the use of the term “article” in the above-quoted Reader Feedback.)● Lanterns that use mantles produce light on par with electric light bulbs. And gaseous PROPANE mantle lanterns have advantages over liquid-fueled lanterns.● For one thing, propane does not degrade in storage. You can store it for fifty years. It’s still the same stuff. Hook it up and it works. What other petroleum-based fuel can you say that about?● And propane is convenient compared to liquid fuels. No messy spills. No stinky rags. Certainly that’s worth something.● This book covers safety (from crystal meth to carbon monoxide — stuff EVERYONE should be aware of); step-by-step refilling of one-pounders from 20-pound BBQ tanks (again, with the emphasis on SAFETY); long-term storage of one-pounders; and many real-life comments & words of wisdom from readers who saw the original series of articles.● Propane for Preppers contains 23,000 words, 45 color illustrations, and has a so-called “Active Table of Contents” (because eBooks don’t have page numbers, the Table of Contents is linked to or interactive with the book’s contents). The print version of Propane for Preppers is 116 pages.● This is an 8-book series. The quickest way to see the other titles is [1] to click on the Follow the Author link elsewhere on this page. Or [2] if you’re not in Amazon as you read this, copy-and-paste “the non-electric lighting series” (including the quote marks) into the Google search bar.

  • Book 8: Alcohol Mantle Lamps

    ★★★ Reader Feedback: Best in the series. Rare and stellar information. — John Decatur● Alcohol Mantle Lamps is Book 8 of our Non-Electric Lighting Series. Unfortunately, when we get to “alcohol lamps,” the term conjures up a vision of a lab-type lamp with a small wick and almost invisible flame. Alcohol MANTLE lamps, the subject of this book, are a different animal altogether. Lanterns that use mantles produce light on par with electric light bulbs.● In France, Tito-Landi (brand) alcohol-burning mantle lamps (producing 100+ watts-worth of light) were produced from before World War One until the 1970’s. There was nothing comparable in the USA. We lived in the shadow of Standard Oil and General Motors.● As a lamp fuel, alcohol has some advantages over petroleum-based fuels.● For one thing, alcohol does not degrade in storage. For another, alcohol produces less carbon monoxide than ANY petroleum-based fuel making it a better choice for indoor use. Third, in an emergency situation, alcohol (as lamp fuel) can supply a solution that most people are not aware even exists. While everyone else is searching for propane cylinders you can buy some 91% rubbing alcohol. (Although you do need the appropriate lantern. You cannot just dump alcohol in your Coleman and burn it.)● Lastly, alcohol is perhaps the ultimate survival fuel. In Europe, World War Two saw many restrictions on petroleum products. So farmers made what was essentially high-proof moonshine and burned it in their lanterns. Primus (a Swedish brand of lantern similar to Coleman) even introduced a lineup of alcohol-burning models.● Unfortunately, Primus alcohol-burning lanterns are expensive collectibles today. On the upside, this book shows how to convert three relatively common gas-burning mantle lanterns to alcohol.● This is hard info to come by in the USA. I was in contact with several European collectors while writing this book. It’s info that, at the very least, you should have tucked away for future reference. Are you interested in prepping? This is prepping.● Alcohol Mantle Lamps contains 11,000 words, 85 color illustrations, and has a so-called “Active Table of Contents” (because eBooks don’t have page numbers, the Table of Contents is linked to or interactive with the book’s contents). The print version of Alcohol Mantle Lamps is 87 pages.● This is an 8-book series. The quickest way to see the other titles is [1] to click on the Follow the Author link elsewhere on this page. Or [2] if you’re not in Amazon as you read this, copy-and-paste “the non-electric lighting series” (including the quote marks) into the Google search bar.

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