Single Color LED Awning Light Kit for RVs, Campers & Trailers
The Boogey Lights® LED awning light kit is designed to attach to the side of an RV, trailer or camper just beneath the awning. Each LED strip is 16 feet long and can be cut if needed to fit your application. On full power it provides an incredible amount of light you control with the included wireless key fobs. Available in these color options: WHITE, RED, GREEN, BLUE, PINK, ORANGE and PURPLE. The lighting effects include four levels of dimming, strobing, fading and "breathing" using the included key-fob wireless controller. Our controllers operate on 12vdc which is readily available on just about any RV. We also offer an optional 110vac to 12vdc power converter if desired.
NOTE: The above photos show our optional UNDER-GLOW LED kit which is affixed to the bottom of the RV shining down on the ground.
Important Note On Purple LEDs! All purple LED’s on the market today are actually ultra-violet (U/V) and produce a soft purple glow particularly when used on motorcycle engines. The color however is not a real bright effect like you’ll get with red, blue, green, orange, etc. If you want a subtle purple glow that looks great, then the U/V LED’s may well be for you. If however you want the brightest lights possible, you will not be happy with purple.
Why Does The Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Color Matter?
LED lights are mounted to a Printed Circuit Board (or PCB for short). The color of that PCB makes a difference in how the finished installation looks in the daylight. Our LED light strips come in two versions to match the surface the strip will be attached to. If you have a light colored RV, you will probably want to order the WHITE PCB light strip. If you have a dark colored RV, you will probably want to order the BLACK PCB light strip. Personal preference only.
PLEASE NOTE: The environmentally safe epoxy coating used to seal our LED strips will tend to have a yellowish tint over time – typically in a year or so. It will be more noticeable on LEDs mounted on white PCB vs black PCB. This yellowing does not impact the brightness or functionality of the LEDs. Also, strips that are exposed to UV sunlight won't tend to exhibit the yellowish tint as much as those that are used indoors.
Installing the Boogey Lights® LED awning kit is relatively simple. Typical installation time is about 90 minutes. Some things to keep in mind before you start.
- Make sure you know where your electrical connection will be. Most RVs (motorhome, travel trailer or fifth wheel) have an electrical access panel somewhere on the right side of the RV where 12vdc power is available.
- Decide how you are going to connect the power lead coming from your LED light strip to the power source. Many RV awnings (particularly motorized awnings) have a mounting bar that is already affixed to the side of the RV. If so, you can usually run the power lead cable coming from the LED light strip inside that mounting bar. If not, you can use some flexible Wire Trak™ raceway to hide the power lead cable. The Wire Trak™ raceway uses the same 3M tape technology our Boogey Lights do so it's easy to affix the raceway to the side of your RV.
- The only way to ensure the LED light strip stays stuck to the side of your RV is to make sure you prepare the surface in accordance with the directions. Every LED light kit we sell includes 3M promoter (aka "primer"). It's absolutely critical the surface be prepared using this special 3M promoter and that you follow the directions provided with every light kit.
- If you need to cut the LED strip, make sure you do it before affixing to your RV. Our LED strips can be cut every 3 LEDs and are clearly marked.
- When in doubt, call our technical support team! We're the experts. We've done this tens of thousands of times. We know what works.
- AMPERAGE Data for all Boogey Lights products can be found on our website.
NOTE: All Boogey Lights® LED strips are COMMON CATHODE LEDS. They share a common ground and will only work with positively switched controllers. Most LED strips on the market today are COMMON ANODE because the controller technology used to power them is less expensive to manufacture. However they're not nearly as bright and are an overall inferrior design when compared with COMMON CATHODE LEDs.
Many of my customers like the single color led lights for awning and wish they came longer than 16'. BOOGEY LIGHTS Comment: Thanks for your business! The 16' limitation is due to commercially available LED and PCB technology which make longer lengths impossible without sacrificing brightness and significantly increasing cost. The solution in today's market for longer runs is to use two LED strips powered by one controller. As much as we'd love to offer longer lengths, it's unfortunately not a variable we control. Thanks again for your business!
Installation went fine. No problems. Instructions were quite easy to read and were to the point. I used your converter from Ac to Dc as I could not find a way to attach the Itasca 12 volt DC to a separate power source. The porch light was glued into the side and there was was only one wire that was connected to the light. The other wire was behind something. So the converter worked fine. Love the lights and the ability to dim them. According to what I read, your lights are the correct kind to leave out in the rain and heat. Some of the others were for the inside or were not coated with the correct material. So far, so good. They were easy to install and fairly quick for an old man like me (77)!
The single color awning LED strip is perfect, tough and a great addition to our 2014 Forest River 5th Wheel. Boogey Lights has the honor of being the third set of LED's on our rig. As close to Elkhart, Indiana as Boogey Lights is, you think some of the RV manufacturers would use this superior product! But what do I know-I am just a consumer that watched two LED Light Strips go bad!
Debated to try another cheaper brand, but went with Boogey Lights. No regrets, very easy to install, works perfectly, clearly a superior product to other RV lights I have seen.
Original LEDs on 2014 Gateway 5th wheel were garbage! Boogey Lights are much better quality and provide ample light. I'm pretty tame so I went with single light strip with no frills. Installation was simple but I do recommend an extra ladder and set of helping hands to assist. No regrets for paying more $ for superior product!
Very nice & clean install. Wired directly to the RV's 12 volt system, with a dimmer control. A great addition to our RV.
These lights are really easy to install and are the Brightest and best I have ever seen ! I plan to buy and install some more in the future.
I installed the "RV SINGLE COLOR LED AWNING KIT" to replace OEM awning lighting that had dimmed to almost nothing within 18 months of use. I have a 2015 Keystone Laredo - the Boogey Lights have at twice as many LEDs as the OEM LED strip. Packaging for components was very well designed. Instructions were comprehensive and detailed with lots of underlying explanations covering "how", "why" and with viable installation alternatives. Though installation is oriented around using a 3M adhesive to affix the LED strip to the body surface underneath the awning, the Laredo had a built-in plastic tray tray the same width as the Boogey Lights LED strip. After pulling the old LED strip out, I was able with silicon lubricant to slide the Boogey Lights LED strip into the tray very easily. I was also able to use the same 12V wiring already in place. Very happy with the product and the result!
Installed these on my 5th wheel. Wired them to only light one of the three diodes so as not to be too bright. Perfect brightness to relax under at night and the blue lights do not attract bugs like the hot white ones. Love them.
I have installed two sets of these lights and they work perfectly. They are very bright at full power so we usually run them turned downed a notch or two. I compared the Boogey Lights to some cheaper types from ebay and the backing on the Boogey Lights is far better and it was the only kit that included the 3m primer to use as part of the install. I installed one set under the awning and one under the motorhome to use as a night light.