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Couple of possibilities:


Put the lights on a timer and don't worry about the moonlights. Doesn't hurt anything.


Put the moonlight LED's on a separate power supply (nanocustoms has one) and then have your lights in a timer. This is what I did.


As for a timer, get a digital timer. Timex makes a grounded one for about $15.

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stoney waters

Yes, put them on a separate power supply. I run my moonlights 27/7, or turn them on manually. You could put them on a timer also, but its kind of an expensive option considering they practically last forever and can be run continuously.

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