How to setup
a medium power supply
Those are the most common power supply that can be found anywhere.
If you find one that looks like this, make sure its output is 24v, with at least 21w per panels.
Those rarely go higher than around 150w, so they're perfect for at most 7 panels.
Click to change
Up to 7 panels max
First thing to do is to cut the output wire at the longest position (closest to the plug).
If you don't want to cut it, you could also find an extension cord on amazon for your plug type, and cut the extension instead.
Remove some of the plastic surrounding the copper wires.
You will want to have a bit more wire length than on the pic, the uncovered copper part should be around 1cm (0.4in), and the exposed plastic part should be around 3cm (1.5in) to be comfortable for the next step.
Now take a waggo plug, and insert the red (+24v) wire.
And do the same with another waggo plug and the blue (-24v) wires.
Take the white LED power wire, and insert two jumper wire like on this pic.
Insert the red jumper wire (+24v) in the +24v waggo (with red wire).
Do the same with the GND wire from the LED panel, into the waggo with the blue wire (-24v from power supply)