If you have a large lighting installation, or if you need to keep your lights running for long periods of time, this power adapter is for you. Don’t worry about batteries running out—this adapter provides a steady 5V DC output at up to 1A of current. The adapter has a USB-A output connector, which connects to one end of the Brickstuff USB power cable (sold separately).
NOTE: This kit does not include Micro Light Boards or Light Strips. These are available separately in the Brickstuff Tindie store, but are not included in this kit.
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At Brickstuff, we’re passionate about all the great things you create, and we want to help bring those awesome creations to life! We’ve worked hard to develop an ever-expanding line of modular lighting and automation products for your model buildings, train and city layouts, and custom creations. Just about anything you build, you can bring to life using our products.
Simplicity and flexibility are at the heart of everything we do. We've engineered our light modules so you can install them anywhere, and have them up and running in minutes. You can connect the modules end-to-end to create larger installations, and you can connect Lighting Effect Modules to your lighting setup to bring your creations to life. Realistic lighting effects-- such as a flickering fireplace or lights inside a model house that turn on and off automatically-- can be easily implemented. You don't need to worry about the electronics-- just connect your lights, attach a power source, and get ready to answer the question, "How'd you do that?"