Sounds like a perfect application for rechargeable batteries - that 9V battery
is not going to last long - it's a puny 300mAh source at this rate of discharge:
2ft @ approx 1 LED per 1" = 24 LEDs x 20mA each = 480mA draw - approx 37 minutes
of working time per a $1.50 battery.
There seems to be a ton of space in the base of that lamp - definitely enough
for a large(r) battery pack and a charger. Would still need a cord though, at
least temporary for charging. But I imagine replacing batteries at that rate
will get old really quick.
I got a strip similar. I don't know where you got specs. The resistors
limit current with 12 volts. 9 volts will draw less current.
I just don't have time to fool with yet, but they put out some light. I
just looked up. I can run some on top of the window frame. Cool. I also got
dimmers and stuff. Mine are really warm white which I like.
It's easier than one would think to wirelessly transfer [safely
transfer] more than 1500W in a 'specially' prepared room over a
distance of 15+ feet. Then you could place your coffee maker almost
ANYWHERE in the room. A 100W bulb would be a piece of cake in
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