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LED Data Buffer

Keeps the data signal clean for jumps to unlit wire 5 feet or longer.

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

This little dongle keeps the data signal clean for jumps of unlit wire 5 feet or longer. Simply splice in the data buffer before the jump and it will keep the signal crystal clear. For use with Version 3 Color Changing EverLights only.

When used in tandem with a Y-split, place the data buffer directly after the Y-split on the leg with the longer length of wire.

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DIY ESTIMATING TIPS

MEASURE ALL EVES AND GUTTERS

& always round up

HOW TO MEASURE PROJECT: VIDEO

Timelaps Install of channel & to gutters - Time: 00:38

The 3 Must Follow Rules For A Proper Install 

If all else fails, follow these rules and you will be OK. 

1) Never cut any wires with the lights powered. The lights are powered anytime they are plugged into a power source, whether the lights are on or not. Always install with the lights unplugged from all power sources. 
2) Connect like to like wires. The wire labeled “EverLights” only connects to other wires labeled “EverLights”. Same deal for the other two wires. 
3) Keep the direction of the lights constant. Every light has an input and output. They must always connect in to out. The back of every light is labeled and includes an arrow. Ensure all arrows are pointing in the same direction. 

Failure to follow these rules will result in an increased failure rate because of improper power flow. 



TERMINATING WIRE RUNS

Wherever you decide to terminate a run of lights it is very important to properly protect the exposed wires. There are multiple methods to coat the end of the wires, but generally electrical tape, silicone, or liquid electrical tape work best. The purpose of coating the wires is to prevent the positive and wires from coming in contact through water, touching against a piece of metal, or any other conductive material.


A short in the lights will cause improper function and potential damage to the lights in the system. To further protect against a potential short, snip the positive wire an inch shorter than the other wires before coating.

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