Just Plug Light Hubs can be powered with either DC or AC power. We recommend using 16-20VAC or 24VDC. If a lower AC or DC voltage is used, the light may be dimmer. Do not exceed 20VAC or 24VDC.
You can extend the length of your Just Plug Power Supply cable with an Extension Cable.
The rated output for the Power Supply is 1000 milliamps (mA). To determine the total number of Just Plug LED Lights the Power Supply can support, add up the milliamps of each LED Light being used. The milliamps are listed on the light packages. Total number of milliamps should not exceed 1000mA per Power Supply. If 1000mA is exceeded, the Power Supply's non-replaceable thermal fuse will be overloaded.
The Just Plug Power Supply has a rated output of 1000 milliamps (mA). To determine how many Expansion Hubs the Power Supply can support, you will need to add up the milliamps of each LED Light being used. Milliamps are listed on each light package. Total number of milliamps should not exceed 1000mA per Power Supply.
No. You will be able to turn lights ON/Off remotely with DCC, but the dimmer controls on the Light Hubs will need to be adjusted manually.
Just Plug Nano LED Lights measure 0.5 mm x 1 mm.
The Just Plug Lighting System is made to be used with Just Plug products.
Warm white has a yellow undertone, commonly attributed to an incandescent bulb and cool white has a blue undertone, commonly attributed to a fluorescent bulb.
We have created grade crossing signals with Red Flashing LED Nano Lights. Run and glue the LED wire alongside the pole and crossing bar. Drill a hole through the bar and light fixture large enough for the Nano Light to fit through and super glue it in place. Camouflage the wire by painting it the same color as the pole and crossing bar.There are many different types of grade crossing signals. We cannot guarantee this technique will work for your particular signal.
No. The flashing speed of a Nano LED Flashing Lights is not adjustable, only the brightness.
The Just Plug system is designed for one Just Plug LED light per Light Hub port. We cannot guarantee the results if using it differently.
Yes, you can mix different styles of Street and Wall Mount Lights on one Linker Plug, just be sure not to exceed the number of lights in any one package.
The product was designed so that the number of lights in each package can be connected to the included Linker Plug.
Up to 50 Extension Cables can be connected together without compromising light brightness.
The Auxiliary Switch controls the ports that are to the right of the CTRL Port on Expansion Hubs and Light Hubs.
To connect the Just Plug Lighting System to DCC, use a Connecting Cable .
Plug one end of the Connecting Cable into the CTRL Port on a Light Hub or Expansion Hub (JP5702). The other end of the Connecting Cable will be connected to a DCC relay unit (per DCC manufacturer instructions).
The lights included with the Lights & Hub Set are Warm White LED Stick-On Lights.