Founder and Chief Enthusiast behind Brickstuff. Working nights and weekends for longer than I can remember trying to make this idea a reality, hoping to enable all fellow enthusiasts to bring their creations to life!
Hi Bob, thanks for your question. Yes, the LEDs do have built-in resistors for 5V DC.
Hi, thank you for your question. You could use either our 3AA battery pack or USB cable for this and similar kits.
Hi @techtali , thanks for your note. We sell panelized Pico LEDs in warm white on our website in the DIY section. We’re currently out of stock but have more being made right now. We should have them in stock next month.
Hello, you can purchase our products on our website: www.brickstuff.com.
Wow Mike, thank you for your kind words. We're so happy you like the lights and that you found them easy to use. Build bright!
Hi Niel, we make the Pico panels ourselves. We will have 10-packs of the on-panel LEDs for sale later in Q1 of 2016.
Thank you for your comments, and for your interest in our products! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to e-mail us through our website!
Hi Jason, thanks for your note. For your buildings, we'd recommend starting with a Light Strip Starter Kit-- this should give you enough to light up both buildings on the inside. Pick up some warm white Pico LEDs if you want to add lights to the outside as well. You might also want to also buy a 4-pack of 1:2 expansion adapters and a 4-pack of 24" cables, just to make sure you have enough. If you'd also like to buy lit lamp posts, maybe add a 1:8 adapter with large plugs. We hope this is helpful-- please let us know if you have any additional questions, and thank you for your interest!