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As a professional landscape lighting designer seeking to install and operate a new low-voltage lighting system, you need to consider converting the 110-120V standard line voltage socket to the transformer required for outdoor low-voltage 12V-15V lighting design. As an outdoor lighting installation procedure, this consideration can make your landscape lights work normally for many years in the future, and can reduce problems caused by lighting failures, or ultimately lead to weak output, so that the wiring of the entire landscape environment is more connected. Smooth, satisfy customers and attract customers for many years to come.
Therefore, to answer the question about how many landscape lights and which transformer power I can connect, we must first look at some basic lighting design specifications and precautions.
1) How many lights will I install?
2) What is the total wattage and voltage amperage of the landscape lights installed in an area?
3) Which wire gauge size will I use: 18/2, 16/2, 14/2, 12/2 or 10/2?
Key precautions before starting: If low voltage lamps are directly connected to the line voltage power supply, the higher voltage of 120 will cause them to burn out immediately. Therefore, a low-voltage transformer power supply must be used, which can then be plugged into the main power supply to operate the landscape lights correctly every night. If you do not have a GFI socket, please ask a professional electrician to install one for the new low-voltage lighting system before you need to install the transformer in an invisible place. If a more powerful magnetic landscape lighting transformer is used, it is best not to exceed 80% of its maximum power rating.
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