Asked by: Valentin Sucena
asked in category: General Last Updated: 31st January, 2020

Does the Light Keeper Pro work on LED lights?

NO. The LightKeeper Pro's Quick Fix Trigger will only work in series Miniature Light sets with shunted bulbs. The LightKeeper Pro would not be appropriate for the larger lamped C7, C9 sets, tube/rope lights or LED Lights.

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Consequently, how does the Light Keeper Pro fix lights?

Fixes most light sets in seconds using the Quick Fix Trigger This is because miniature light sets are wired in “series” and electricity must flow through each bulb, to the next, for them to light. The LightKeeper Pro Quick Fix Trigger sends a shaped, electrical pulse through the defective bulb, clearing the shunt.

One may also ask, what is the Light Keeper Pro? The Light Keeper PRO is the complete tool for fixing miniature light sets! A must for Christmas time. This all-in-one tool fixes most light sets in seconds by addressing the damaged bulb at the plug or at the socket.

Just so, how does the LED light keeper work?

The LED Keeper works by passing a current through the light set at the point where a failure occurs. The device actually pierces the insulation and injects a 9 volt signal through the line to help you locate the bad bulb. You use clips to help you keep track of how the bulbs light.

Does Light Keeper Pro really work?

NO. The LightKeeper Pro's Quick Fix Trigger will only work in series Miniature Light sets with shunted bulbs. In addition, light sets with control boxes produce dancing, twinkling, or chasing lights (sometimes along with music as well) and would not be a candidate for the Quick Fix Trigger.

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