These LED spot lights are easy to make with only a few dollars of parts.
This gives a current draw of approx 20mA @ 12V DC.
It pushed into the 20mm 90° conduit bend as a friction fit.
The conduit bend was just over $1 from Bunnings.
I spray painted it with some grey primer then matt black.
The end was filled with clear silicone (neutral cure type) with the LEDs poking out a little.
This LED orientation will give a wider coverage.
I don’t normally use shielded cable for lights, but the current is low and it fitted through the stake slot.
The weatherproof 2 pin mini plug has not yet been fitted.
I think 2 LEDs ( or even 1 LED ) would be bright enough for lighting individual props.
So I whipped up a quick design with 3 LEDs, series resistor and power pads.
This will make it easier to connect and align the LEDs.
Its value depends on the LED colour and supply voltage.
The power wires also solder in from the rear.
They were hard to press into the bend, so I cut a slot in each to reduce the diameter.
Now I just need to fill the end with clear neutral cure silicone.
Best to test the whole assembly before the silicone goes in !
The PCB is a fairly firm fit, but a second ring could drop in over it
to stop it moving while the silicone is setting.