ProEco 12V Programmable Color-Changing LED Pond and Fountain Light Kits
Contact us to purchase these light packages, as there are many considerations to take into account.
Imagine a pond where you have more control over your pond lighting. Ditch the color-changing lights that only come in sets of 3 and with a few preset color patterns. Embrace the versatility of these customizable systems of color-changing LED lights! With the full line of ProEco programmable lighting and accessories, it's easy to assemble a pond lighting package exactly suited to your needs. Choose the lights, power supply, controller and accessories that you need to give your pond spectacular lighting. With so many options, the sky's the limit!
High-demand systems (more than 30 Watts of lighting, 100' of cable, and/or 7 lengths of extension cable) require 18AWG cable between the power supply and splitter.
Step 1: Choosing Your Lights
With waterproof Stainless Steel housing and tempered glass, ProEco LED Pond and Fountain Lights are intended for underwater use. With 50,000 hour LEDs, you can expect them to last for years before needing replacement. They can be used with various controllers with pre-programmed options. Can be used with software controllers for full customization (inquire for special order). Includes 1 meter cable and adjustable base. Protected by a 2 Year Warranty.
After choosing your size and quantity of lights, add up the total wattage of your lighting package. You'll need this for...
Step 2: Choosing Your Power Supply
The most consideration in choosing a power supply is selecting something that can handle the total amount of lights. The wattage of the power supply must be equal or greater to the combined wattage of all lights plugged into the power supply. These power supplies convert 120V power from your electrical outlet to 12V power usable by the ProEco LED lights. Each transformer is IP-67 rated, making it dustproof and waterproof in depths less than 3 feet.
UL Listed and protected by a 1 Year Warranty.
- The 30 Watt power supply (WPS-12D-30) uses 22AWG cable
- All other power supplies uses 18AWG cable
Step 3: Choosing Your Controller
- LC (22AWG only): This economical RGB controller comes with 3 basic pre-programmed patterns. With just one output channel, it can only handle a total of 72 Watts of lighting. Up to 20' remote range.
- LC-B (22AWG or 18AWG): This outdoor-rated LED controller has 16 pre-programmed light patterns. With its 3 output channels, it can power up to a total of 216 Watts of lighting. Up to 60' remote range.
- LC-RGB-4 (18AWG): This powerful controller offers 33 pre-programmed patterns and can adjust dimming levels and pattern speed. Optional remote control. DMX-512 compatible.
Step 4: Choosing Your Cables and Adapters
Extension cables feature an IP68 rated housing, meaning that they are completely dustproof and waterproof. For use between lights and splitters, use 22AWG extension cables. For use between splitters and controllers, use the same gauge as the power supply and controller.
If you plan to use a 22AWG power supply, controller, and extension cables, you must not exceed seven lengths or 30 meters of extension cable, including those between splitter and lights. If you exceed these amounts, you must use 18AWG cable between the controller and splitter. This will also require using an 18AWG power supply and controller for your system.
18AWG cords come in 3 meter, 10 meter and 30 meter lengths. 22AWG cords come in 3 meter and 10 meter lengths. If 18AWG cable is used between controller and splitter, an 18AWG-22AWG adapter will be needed to connect to the splitter.
Step 5: Choosing Your Splitter
You can run numerous lights off of one controller, synchronized with the same programmed light sequence. In order to do this, you'll have to feed those lights into the same controller. That's where the splitter comes in. Choose from a 2-Way Tee and a 6-Way Splitter. Both boast an IP68 Rating for dustproof and waterproof construction. The manufacturer does not recommend plugging additional splitters into the tee, so use a 6-way splitter for larger quantities of lights. For a more professional-looking option, use a 6-outlet brass junction box.