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    Default Re: Anyone use Mokungit pixels? Price seems a little too good to be true

    Quote Originally Posted by mrGrumpy View Post
    Good observation....but I wouldn't base wire size on the nut size - (my drawing and measurement shows as 20mm.). Make sure the listing says 18 gauge, or better yet 0.75mm.
    But I think your point was that the Nut size for 18 gauge would be the larger nut.....yes


    My source: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Moku...311.0.0.K0groj
    Drawing: Attachment 37677

    here is a little info I posted on another form......

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    Here is a couple comparison to DIYLEDEXPRESS pigtails.
    - - - - - - - - - - -New - - - - - - - DIYLED
    Jacket . . . . . . . .6.02. . . . . . . . .5.83
    wire bare cu . . ..1.14. . . . . . . . .0.73 <== big difference
    Plug Pin Size. . . .2.34 . . . . . . . .1.14 <== big difference

    Wire length is only 6".....Tip to tip (either male or Female) is 8"
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    Yep, just making an observation on the Amazon page for the Monkungit connectors. I have seen sizing on the nuts anywhere from 13.5 up to 26mm and with any wire sizing from 18 gauge to 22 gauge! Have to pay close attention to things out there if you want to be certain of what you are getting and even then it can be questionable!

    That is why I made the "assumption" and figured that you meant to buy the ones with the 22mm nut if you want to get 18 gauge wire.

    Good to know that the Monkungit connectors are a "good" connector to buy.
    Last edited by beeiilll; 10-11-2017 at 02:53 PM.

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    Default Re: Anyone use Mokungit pixels? Price seems a little too good to be true

    Scottled.com or contact them through alibaba.com direct. I got 3K shipped for $595 total. 18awg, 4" spacing, 12v, no pigtails though.

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    Default Re: Anyone use Mokungit pixels? Price seems a little too good to be true

    Quote Originally Posted by MattPenner View Post
    I'm looking at creating some custom RGB icicles and need 30/30 per 1m pixels. I'm just starting out so I can go 5v or 12v.

    Saw these on Amazon from Mokungit:
    https://www.amazon.com/Mokungit-Prog.../dp/B019HWQPPA

    The reviews and price seem great. The only negative seems that soldering the ends is a bit tough, which will be a big thing for me.

    Anyone else use this or have something to suggest along the same pricing?
    Yes I got some from there they work good

    Sent from my SM-N910T using Tapatalk

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    Default Re: Anyone use Mokungit pixels? Price seems a little too good to be true

    Thanks all! I purchased a string and it should arrive today. Hoping to experiment tomorrow.

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