fixing led serial/rice lights - driver box?

fixing led serial/rice lights - driver box?

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I have 4 thirty meter (yes 30) long led light strings. we can use them to light up the house during the festival.

due to rain, it’s circuitry box has got damaged (I think) in previous years. I wanted to use them this time, but they are not working now. shop guys are not keen to even look at it saying it’s use n throw.. and want me to buy new ones (600rs each.. and of more inferior quality)

any suggestions on how to bring them back to life? (working condition)
- buy cheaper led strings and use their boxes (not keen)
- make our our led driver to power up these 100led chain (I prefer this.. need not have those multiple light running sequences )

what do you folks suggest as jugaad options?

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Too complicated https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_sad.gif will need an external power supply too i Guess..

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@dealshunter wrote:

Too complicated https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_sad.gif will need an external power supply too i Guess..


This is the power box. Just plug it into your mains, secure this in a water proof place and connect your LEDs accordingly. It is very simple to connect but make sure you consider the wattage according to your needs. The 20A should suffice your needs but just calculate considering the length of the strip.

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