Archive for March 20th, 2011
Low voltage lighting transformers typically consist of connected to an electrical outlet and connect the connector 110 volts in a relatively safe 12 volts or more. Flow is then passed through a low voltage lighting cables on the other side that are outside your home. This device can be used for your garden; you’re landscaping, or feature of the exterior of your home that you want to direct attention at night clearly.
One big advantage of the low-voltage lighting systems is that they can easily and securely install from the same home without special equipment. The second big advantage of low voltage outdoor lighting is that light is very efficient and therefore very low cost. Many low-voltage outdoor installer wonder how many lights can be added to the system prior to being overloaded. The answer is that each processor is evaluated for a certain amount of the total lamp power. Another interesting thing to consider is that you are using a different watt bulb outside your room to give a total capacity exceeds the capacity of your transformer. This will allow you to place light bulbs in some areas; these functions highlight the night again.
If you happen to total bulb wattage processor, you can buy another feeder with a higher wattage to handle the load, or only half the load share between the two processors instead of buying. Always directly connected to the transformer into the wall. As you can see, low voltage outdoor lighting is not so difficult to install or maintain.