I know the El wires have high-frequency AC current running through them, but I have never seen anyone using them to carry power. Can I use them as a conductor for a DC led and power an led lamp using them?

Would connecting the end to led light (drawing more current) break the light?

As far as I understood the light acts as a capacitor and a resistor combination

So driving the 5v DC output of my powerbank at 2khz would provide me 314 KΩ of resistance and 4.7 nF of capacitance (per meter of wire).

Which is as follows:


simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

Could I add an LED source at the end (5v, ~1.8 Amps) as such:


simulate this circuit

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