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The Christmas season is here again, and HitLights wants to your Holiday season shine brighter than ever. We have 5 dynamite Christmas decoration ideas you can do at home with our LED light strips.


Before you put on the yule log, brighten up your traditional fireplace display with decorative LED light strips. The mantle is an easy place to add Read the rest of this entry »

Holiday Sales Event

Why Wait Until Black Friday and Cyber Monday When You Can Start Shopping Right Now?

The biggest shopping week of the year is here and HitLights is hosting special promotional pricing starting Thursday, Nov. 27, Thanksgiving Day, and will last through Midnight on Dec. 1, or better known as Cyber Monday. Here is a list of deals you can find on

**Additional 20% off will be deducted from your TOTAL ORDER at checkout. You will recieve this discount on all products listed on the site, including sale and clearance items!!**

- Buy 1, Get 1 1/2 Off Luma5 Series Indoor, Regular Density LED Light Strips.

- Reduced prices on LED flood lights and LED panel lights.

- Reduced prices on household LED light bulbs, including A19 and Candelabra styles.

- Prices on full LED Light Strip Kits significantly marked down!

- Up to 50% off Color Changing, Multicolor LED Light Bulbs.

Don’t forget to check out the following pages for additional deals: Seasonal LED LightingDeal of the Week and Clearance



You don’t have to remodel your kitchen to give it a new look. When you factor in the costs for expensive contractors and new materials, a simple remodel idea can become a big headache. Fortunately, there are some simple ways with LED strip lighting to add drama and character to your kitchen (or any room in your home) without spending a fortune.  LED Strip Lights can go almost anywhere, are extremely energy efficient and very affordable. So, no matter your budget or project, we have an LED strip lighting solution for you.

Our most common ways to spruce up your kitchen are:  Read the rest of this entry »

1. What’s the difference between this low voltage dimmer and a regular dimmer?

It’s all about the power source! Our 12V LED Wall Dimmer Switch obviously uses 12 volts of DC power, the same kind of power that our LED light strips use! This makes them different than most switches, as they commonly use 120V AC power. Thanks to our low voltage wall switch dimmers using DC power, they can be wired into any of our standard DC power supplies.

2. So, how exactly do you set up the 12V LED Wall Dimmer Switch?

The setup is pretty standard, but you must have a Read the rest of this entry »

HitLights has recently launched a new website and we would like to invite you to check it out. It was redesigned specifically with our customers in-mind.  The new site allows better navigation between pages and more educational resources toassist throughout the LED product selection process. The sections below outlines the main features to look for on our new and improved site!

HitLights has designed a brand new website with more features to help navigation and get more LED educational resources to our customers.

Our New Logo

HitLights has revamped the current logo and tagline in order to convey our new scope. The overall mission of HitLights is to educate our community on LED, provide our customers full-scale solutions, and not just products, and provide excellent customer service along the way. Read the rest of this entry »


Happy Veteran’s Day! Thank you to all of the U.S. veterans for protecting our country and our freedom. We, at HitLights, salute you!

Channel Switchers

-A break in the typical Q&A style-

We, at HitLights, know we aren’t the only name in LED. We also know you are a smart shopper, and you have probably checked around for prices and options on LED products. With all of the different options for LED light strips, LED light bulbs and LED Modules, selecting a brand and product can be quite difficult. Whether every LED product you’ve ever owned is a HitLights original, or you are just looking to learn about LEDs, we want to help you.

Most RGB LED light strips and accessories work together pretty well, most of them understand the same “language” so to speak. Every now and then though you might pick up an LED light strip that just doesn’t seem to mesh right with the other LEDs you’ve come to love. Read the rest of this entry »

1. What kind of LED do you recommend for Accent Lighting?

Ah accent lighting, a classic LED application, I recommend our 3528 LED light strips, but exactly what kind of 3528…that’s right! Depends on your project. Honestly, I should rename this series “Depends on your Project,” shouldn’t I? Anyway, as for finding which 3528 is best for you, it’s as easy as figuring out what you want to accent. If you’re looking to show off traditional styles with wood and softer features, then warm white strips are gonna be your choice. Now if modern is your thing, with stone and metal, then cool white will accent perfectly. Lastly, if you need to accent a party or other high energy gathering of pals and buddies, the RGB is more in line with your needs! Read the rest of this entry »

1. For amplifiers, is it better to have a lot of small LED power adapters or one big one?

As I often find myself saying in these TSS’s, it really comes down to the project. I can’t give you a hard and fast rule that you should always follow, but I can give guidelines that should steer you down the right path! Getting to your question though, the deciding factor for a lot of customers is how many outlets you’ll have available for your project. If you have a lot of wall outlets to plug into, then using a small LED power adapter for each amplifier is probably your best option! On the other hand, if outlets are limited, a big and beefy adapter is gonna be your best bet. Read the rest of this entry »

1.  Why would I need an amplifier for my LED Light strips?

For simple projects, odds are you don’t need an amplifier! Here’s the thing though about LED strip lights, running a lot of them together (regular or high density) can result in some dimming along the line. What the amplifiers do is ensure consistent color, clarity, and especially brightness for your installations! For regular density strips we recommend an amplifier after every two spools (or thirty-two feet, it’s the same, we swear) as the further your lights get from their power source the more likely they are to experience dimming. Now if you’re using high density strips, you’ll need to use amplifiers more frequently, twice as frequently to be exact. For every high density strip you use after the first one, you’ll need an amplifier. So your setup would be HD strip, amp, HD strip, amp, HD strip, etc. Think of it like a big LED sandwich.

2.  How do I set them up?

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