That information and related links are in step 3. ‘Holiday light rail’
Cool! I talked to a few other guys that do this and it seems lots of people get lights from Ray Wu's store. I might do that in the future, but wasn't sure about compatibility and how long it would take to ship from China. I see now compatibility isn't too much of an issue as long as you match the voltage with the PSU & controller: 5v or 12v.
The 3 strings of 50 lights each + controller w/ enclosure + extension cord + Ethernet coupler (~$20) + wall plate (~$5) + Ethernet cord totaled to about $400.
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