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Rock Island Hobby (RIH) introduces a line of lighting releases for hobby and craft applications. The company’s “Peel.Stick. ‘n Light.” designs are just half an inch in diameter and less than three-quarters of an inch tall. They are ideal for all popular, model railroad scales with uses for trackside accessories and scale buildings. Also recommended for plastic and die-cast models, and of all types of dioramas.
These lights are available as LEDs or as incandescent bulbs. All come pre-wired, with an 11-inch (28cm) set of wires to be connected to your 12–18-volt (30ma) power supply or battery. Each light has a double-sided tape mounted to the bottom of the light socket. Peel the backing, then simply stick the light to just about any smooth surface. Peel. Stick. ‘n Light. items are available at your local hobby shop in a package of 15 LEDs or incandescent bulbs, as well as packages of four LEDs or incandescent bulbs.
The Rock Island Hobby brand was created by Heartland Hobby Wholesale (hhwonline.com), based in Lincoln, Nebraska. For more details on these lighting designs and to see other RIH hobby products, visit the company’s website.
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