Do I need a resistor on my new interior LED Lights?
I just installed new LED lighting in my 2003 Airstream. Most of the lighting was Airstream's new, and much more streamlined, LED 'double pancake' lights (Airstream part # 512737). I installed these using the same wiring as my old pancake lights.
Under the front and back cabinets, I have two pancake lights wired in parallel so that I can use a single switch to cut them on and off.
My question is this - Do I need a resistor in the circuit for each of these lights and a resistor (or two) in the circuits where I've wired two lights in parallel?
Thanks for your help.