DIY Window Lighting Kit

We probably won't have this ready until next year, sorry!
If you want to have windows done for this year, check out this blog post here.


Do you have permanent Christmas lights on your house, but what to take the decorations to the next level? What better place to start than your windows! These kits complement our Permanent Christmas Lighting kits and have the same 6-inch spacing and use the same software, meaning you can pair them with other kits if you want.

Power Supply
25 FT of LEDS (6-inch spacing)

Note: If you have two windows close together, you can get another strand and use the 2nd output on the controller.

Mounting Hardware

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Additional 25 FT of LEDs
If you have two windows close by or need to do a window with a perimeter larger than 25 FT, you can get another 25 FT of LEDs.

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6 FT Extension Cable
Useful if you need a bit more length between the controller and the LEDs.

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Orem, UT

My son-in-law used these kits to install lights on our condo eaves.  They look great and are so fun to have.  We can run the lights using a number of different colors and color combinations. The different effect that the lights can produce are fun and look great on our home. Our neighbors are asking about getting them on their homes. I would do it again.

Santaquin, UT

Seriously the best for year round outdoor lights! Best price easy set up. Had a problem on set up. Wrote them on a Sunday and were quick with responses figured out what was wrong and had the new part shipped out the next morning. Would recommend over and over again!

Chubbuck, ID

Excellent customer service and support! Extremely easy to install this light kit with DIY experience! Hands down recommend to anybody that asks where to get some.

Orem, UT

I love my holiday lights! There's a gazillion combinations of color combinations and lighting animations---all controlled from my smart phone. The installation of the light channels matches the color of my eaves so no one even notices them.

Jen & Nick
Jen & Nick
Laingsburg, MI

Great kit. Super easy to install with basic DIY skills


Doing business with ShawTech Lighting was very professional, they answered all my questions prior to purchasing. And I found their step-by-step instructions were very intuitive. I did have my son help me with getting our routers configured correctly because he is the IT guy for our family and understands that much better than I do. But if you have the DIY skills, this system will save you a lot of money.

LED Controller - Small controller with two data outputs, powered by external power supply.

Power Supply - 12V 5A brick-style power supply

LEDs - Includes one 25 FT strand of RGB LED pixels with 6-inch spacing (50 LEDs total).

Note: The controller has two outputs, so if you have two windows close by you can get another strand of LEDs and use the 2nd output. 

JST Adapter Cable - Small cable to connect your LEDs to the controller.


Controller Voltage
5V or 12V

Controller Outputs
Two JST Data Outputs
Two JST Power Injection Outputs

Max Current per Output

Max Total Current

Controller will get damaged if exposed to water. If you put it outside, make sure it can't get wet. 

You can use any method you want to mount the LEDs around your windows, but this is what we have found works best for temporary window lighting:

J-Channel Trim + Velcro
This is the same trim we suggest using for our permanent lighting kits. The only difference is that it's temporary, so you use Velcro or some other method to attach the channel.

J-Channel Vinyl Siding Trim - Home Depot
J-Channel Vinyl Siding Trim - Lowe's

  1. Measure and cut the j-channel
  2. Drill 12mm holes in it every 6 inches
  3. Insert LEDs into the j-channel
  4. Attach it around your window using Velcro strips or whatever method you think best. Removable double-sided adhesive can work too. 

PVC Pipe Frame
This method uses a PVC pipe frame with holes drilled for the LEDs. This method is harder if you don't have a drill press.

  1. Measure and cut the PVC pipe
  2. Drill 12-13mm holes every 6 inches, you'll need to play around with the hole size a bit.
  3. Insert the LEDs into the PVC pipe
  4. Attach the pipe sections together with elbow joints and set it against your window.
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