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LuxBar Interconnect Jumper

Part Number: LBFA-Ix
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9.8in (0.82ft)
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6ft (1.83m)
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Overview

LBFA series interconnect/jumper for connecting LuxBar Linear Light Fixtures together. Available in 9.8in (25cm), 19.7in (50cm), 39.3in (100cm), 59in (150cm), and 72in (183cm) length.

We offer a range of LuxBar specific mounting and wiring options to meet a large range of needs. This flexible system of mountings clips, cables, and connectors will allow you all the flexibility you need to get the most from your Linear Light Bar Fixture.

Warranties & Certifications
Lifetime
Super Bright LEDs, Inc. offers a Lifetime Warranty to protect against manufacturer defects and malfunctions. If you experience failure of an LED or other component not caused by negligence, abuse, unauthorized repair or disassembly, we will replace the product. If the same product is no longer available, a product of equal value may be substituted. Read More

Specifications

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Part NOGaugeDiameterLengthPrice Ea.Model Number
LBFA-I25--9.8 $1.95-
LBFA-I50--19.7 $2.20-
LBFA-I100--39.4 $2.45-
LBFA-I150--59.1 $2.70-
LBFA-I183--72.0 $2.95-
LBFA-Ix - LBFA-Ix series LuxBar Interconnect Jumper
LBFA-Ix series LuxBar Interconnect Jumper

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Name
Robert
Technical Level
Advanced
Part Number
LBFA-I25
Reviewed On
12/09/17

Good Luck!

It does work, but getting those little pins straight, and into the matching sockets, was a long, drawn out, very difficult process. When I got them in, they did not lock into place, as designed. Took a good half-hour to get two strips together in an awkward location.

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Name
Paul
Technical Level
Expert
Part Number
LBFA-I150
Reviewed On
08/11/15

Ok, but weak

These plugs are difficult to plug into the standard light bars. I feel like I have to bend the lock tabs way back in order to not bend the pins. Then after the cord is inserted, it's fairly easily pulled or knocked out. I had one cord knocked and the pin broke in the light bar.

These are cheap cords and will work if they can be installed OK (without breaking pins) and will be installed in a spot where the pins or cord will not be disturbed at all.

I won't be purchasing this style again - I will pay the bit extra for a better cord/attaching system.

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Name
William
Technical Level
Average
Part Number
LBFA-I25
Reviewed On
01/20/17

Fragile pins, tricky to connect

The tiny pins are fragile, easily bent or broken, and tricky to align and insert in the lightbar socket. Once connected, they work and appear to be secure under minimal stress.

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Name
Keefe
Technical Level
Average
Part Number
LBFA-I100
Reviewed On
03/18/16

a slight issue with connection..

The pins on these are so fragile and the clips aren't the best when connecting to a rigid LED strip. I normally use this with the LBFA-CL LuxBar Fixture to Wire Locking Clip on each end to ensure it doesn't fall out.

6' feet is plenty, to connect from one bar to the next.. while cost effective to get the most of your system buy running your power supply to 80% of its peak output, it's just better off to get another power supply and power the other LED strip that is further than 6' away. At least that way you have flexibility to add more later and save these interconnectors for another application.

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Name
Norman
Technical Level
Average
Part Number
LBFA-I25
Reviewed On
12/16/17

A little troublesome

Once connected worked great. Was hard to determine if you were lining the pins up straight. Going in at a slight angle worked best for me. Also I feel they don't lock in as tight as they should

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