Why not let our friendly and experienced installation team deliver and fit your LED Light Pocket display.
Although our LED Light Pocket kits are easy to fit and are supplied with all the components required to create a stunning window or wall display, for larger displays of 4 or more columns you may wish to consider using our installation service.
For a quotation contact us by phone on 02476 460674 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The installation service is available to all UK mainland customers.
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Frequently Asked Questions
One of my LED Light Pockets keeps flickering on and off or will not come on at all, what do I do?
If your LED Light Pocket flickers, it is normally a sign of a weak connection. Firstly check that the the two brass metal connection strips are under each grub screw on the bottom fittings.
If not, adjust them accordingly and tighten the grub screw on the bottom fittings.
If the LED Light Pocket will not come on check that it has been installed the correct way around. Look for the positive (+) and negative (-) stickers on the fittings, they should all be facing you. The positive (+) sticker should always be on the right and negative (-) on the left.
If only one LED Light Pocket is not working it could be a technical fault with the panel. In this case contact us directly.
The whole column of my LED Light Pocket kit is flickering or will not turn on, what do I do?
If a whole column of LED Light Panels flickers or will not turn on it is usually because of the transformer. The first thing to do is check that power is reaching the transformer, this is easy to do. Simply see if the small red light on the transformer is on.
If not, check that the fuse in the plug is in working order.
If the light is on check that the transformer connections are securely fitted onto the cables. If the red light on the transformer does not come on after all the above checks, it is possible that it is faulty. In this case contact us directly.
Guidelines for electricians
LED Light Pockets can be connected to 13 amp sockets or to an electrical spur.
Before installation, check the total amps required. Eg. A display that consists of 3 x A4 pockets and will be supplied with a power pack with a 2 amp loading allowance.Your window display may have 4 of these kits which means you will need to allow for 4 power packs, each with a 3 pin plug (supplied).
Electrical supply requirements
Please note that when multiple displays are installed you will need to allow for up to 80 - 100 amp in-rush current for up to 100us. We therefore recommend that a C or D type anti surge breaker is used in the fuse board when groups of supplies are switched on manually or automatically by a time-clock.
It is the electrician's responsibility to ensure that suitable provision is provided when units are switched on.
We do not recommend connecting your LED Light Pocket display to the lighting circuit.