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I am wanting to add some LED lights into my wardrobe shelving. I have seen a few around but I am not sure if they will work to my needs.


Basically, each shelf is quite dark and it’s hard to see things clearly, so I want to add lighting to each of them.

What I am looking for is when I open the door, lights will switch on and when it closes it will turn off.
I want them to turn on and off either day or night so basically based when the door is opened.

Anyone recommend anything that they have used? I would rather not wire it to the mains electricity.
 
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I've got one of these in my wardrobe and it works a treat. It has a built-in daylight and motion sensor, it's bright enough to light up my entire wardrobe and it uses 3x AAA batteries which last for about a year. I'm sure you'll find something similar on Amazon or EBay.
 
Ikea do a couple:



You'll need a driver and a nearby 13amp socket for the second option - there are drivers at the bottom of the page linked to above.
 
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Thanks for the replies

I am not looking for strips as they are going in small shelves 50cm x 30cm.
I think these round ones might do the trick Amazon
 
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