LED Lights from Lowes

I found these lights at Lowes. They run on 12 volts AC. With a wallwart and a relay you can be blinking lights from your Arduino in no time. Being only 12 volts the are decently safe and AC current the lead wires can be long. They are made to be outside so they are sealed tight. At 25 bucks they aren't exactly a deal tho.

you can blink any type of light with a relay and an arduino.... so....

Qdeathstar:
you can blink any type of light with a relay and an arduino.... so....

You can, but can you buy them at the hardware store down the street?

um, yeah? Good luck buying an arduino and a 5vdc relay down the street, tho >_>

Hell, you could make the entire lowe’s store blink with an arduino and a cheepy 5v relay...

Qdeathstar:
Hell, you could make the entire lowe’s store blink with an arduino and a cheepy 5v relay...

But would it be legal?

...R

Qdeathstar:
um, yeah? Good luck buying an arduino and a 5vdc relay down the street, tho >_>
...

Well ...

Lucky bastard.

Hi,
Lowes in Australia is a "big" menswear store.


I'm a regular customer. :o
Tom.... :slight_smile:

TomGeorge:
Hi,
Lowes in Australia is a "big" menswear store.


I'm a regular customer. :o
Tom.... :slight_smile:

Do they sell LED suits?

Aisles 29 at our local Lowe’s.

Home Depot sells electric shorts.

larryd:
Home Depot sells electric shorts.

Why would anyone pay for those?

It is all too easy to make an electrical short.

...R

Makes you easier to find when playing hide and go seek in the dark with your spouse. :slight_smile:

Unless you hide in she shower. Then your shorts short.

larryd:
Aisles 29 at our local Lowe’s.

Home Depot sells electric shorts.

Now that's an illuminating idea... :slight_smile:

ChrisTenone:
Well ...

Obviously photoshopped.

That shows ample space to turn into the Frys from the street, and simultaneous ample space for egress.

It's a fundamental design parameter for frys that entry and exit be nearly impossible . . .

:slight_smile: