(Cord Only) 50 Socket Outdoor Commercial DIY String Light 54 FT White Cord w/ E12 C7 Base, Weatherproof

(Cord Only) 50 Socket Outdoor Commercial DIY String Light 54 FT White Cord w/ E12 C7 Base, Weatherproof
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(Cord Only) 50 Socket Outdoor Commercial DIY String Light 54 FT White Cord w/ E12 C7 Base, Weatherproof

This Commercial Grade Patio String Light with NO BULBS is a great option for Wedding Receptions, lighting tents, building outlines, backyards / patios, gazebos, parks or any other permanent lighting needs. Since these DO NOT include Light Bulbs, you are free to add your own Edison Bulbs, Shatterproof Bulbs, or Colored Bulbs. Our hanging outdoor stringer adds romantic lighting to the atmosphere - just plug them into a wall socket and they can be hung on tents, trees, poles, posts or any elevated surface in or around your home. Add a touch of whimsy to the outdoors as our string lights and optional bulbs are ready for any occasion! The specifications below will tell you all you need to know about our commercial string lights. Whether you're decorating indoors or out, our festoon lighting will sure to impress. Product Specifications:

# of Sockets: 50
Socket Type/Size: C7 Candelabra Base
Cord Length: 54FT
Spacing Between Sockets: 12"
On/Off Switch?: No
Drop Distance: None
Cord Color: White
Suitable Environment: Indoor / Outdoor (Commercial Quality - Great For Permanent Installation)
Included Bulbs: Not Included
Bulb Base: E2 C7 Candelabra Base
Bulb Wattage: Up to 7 Watts Recommended (500W Max String Total)
Supported Bulb Types: Incandescent / LED
Power Connection:AC Plug-In
Expandable End-To-End?: Yes
End-To-End Connection Limit: Up to 2 Cords Total (when used with recommended 7W Bulbs)
Wiring Type: Parallel - Other bulbs stay lit if one goes out
Wire Gauge: 18 Gauge
WeatherProof?: Yes, Rain Resistant. PVC socket forms a tight weatherproof seal around the bulb.
Voltage: 120V
AMP: Please note these cords can be plugged end to end, but please do not exceed the recommend Amperage of the cord. To calcuate amperage of the cord, please use the following formula:Total Number of Bulbs x Bulb Wattage x 1.05 / 120 = Total AMPS