This extension cable, specifically designed for the Philips Hue Lightstrip system, enables you to create a break in your LED lightstrips instead of having only one continuous line. The possibilities are endless! You can run lights under cabinets with a break over the sink, create sharply defined lighting on a series of shelves, or even connect lightstrips across an entire room. Our cables are flexible and flat, which makes them inconspicuous - perfect for designing your ideal lighting setup!
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No, Litcessory products do not affect the brightness of the lights. As long as your total lightstrip run length (lightstrip length plus any Litcessory product length) stays within 10 meters/33 feet, your lights will be just as bright!
We recommend keeping your total lightstrip run under 10 meters/33 feet. This includes the total length of your lightstrips and any Litcessory products and ethernet cables. Some customers have reported success going over this limit, however we have not tested this.
No, Litcessory products do not have any LED lights.
To connect two cut lightstrips together with a Litcessory Extension Cable, you will need to use one of our 6-pin to cut-end products: a 6-Pin to Cut-End Extension Connector, a 6-Pin to Cut-End Connector, or a 6-Pin to Cut-End Connector (Solder-On). This will allow you to convert the cut end of the lightstrip into a 6-pin connector.
No, to connect an extension cable to a cut lightstrip, you will need to first use one of our 6-pin to cut-end products: a 6-Pin to Cut-End Extension Connector, a 6-Pin to Cut-End Connector, or a 6-Pin to Cut-End Connector (Solder-On). This will allow you to convert the cut end of the lightstrip into a 6-pin connector.
No. Litcessory offers several lengths to choose from. Consider using an RJ45 to 6-Pin Ethernet Cable Adapter to use a self-provided custom Ethernet cable for a custom length extension cable.
Reverse polarity happens when you plug in the wrong side of a 6-pin connector. The flow of electricity gets reversed, and the lightstrip won’t turn on. This is a common occurrence when setting up your project and it is easily fixed. Please take a look at our Troubleshooting Video.