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Things to Consider When Purchasing RV Awning Lights

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It is important to consider a few things before installing camper awning lights in your rig. Here are the essentials! Check it out!

Color

Colorful campsites attract campers automatically. Color selection should not be based on party atmospheres, but rather on the types of animals you wish to attract. Keep your guests on two legs by using incandescent yellow or orange lights rather than white or bluish ones. It is insects that are most attracted to them. The lighting can be kept fresh by adding LED light strands that can be changed at your whim.

Brightness

When used after the sun sets for different activities, RV awning lights with more lumens can brighten your outdoor space. When used after the sun sets for different activities, RV awning lights with more lumens can brighten your outdoor space. The awning lights can be dimmed with a wireless remote control. The setup allows you to enjoy board game night with the family while enjoying a romantic dinner for two at the same time.

Energy Efficiency

Camping or boondocking dispersedly requires consideration of our energy consumption. If this is your preferred camp style, choosing the right awning light voltage and wattage is important. Identify the ones that are compatible with your 12-volt system and use less power to save some off the grid. Energy efficiency is not comparable between LED lights and incandescent bulbs. If you plan to leave them on all night, consider a generator or solar setup.

Ease of Use

Push-button RV awning lights can be installed easily with permanent light bars. Upon pulling into a campsite, flip the switch to erect the awning. You won’t need to pack up your extension cords or lights after your stay. Awnings decorated with hanging lights require a little more effort to set up and take down. Storage space will be needed for extension cords and light strands as well. The globes of certain lights such as Edison lights and incandescent round bulbs can be fragile when hanging or storing them.

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