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  1. ...then plug the transformer into an standard electric socket. Hopefully, you have an outdoor outlet you can use. This is one of the nice thing about low voltage lighting is that it is pretty safe to work with. The transformer ...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 13/04/2012

  2. ... lights , never seen DC exterior lighting . You would be wise to consider that the rating...and many power supplies actually put out slightly more voltage than 12v, even 12.5v would be a 4% increase in volts...

    4 Answers · Home & Garden · 23/07/2017

  3. It can be high voltage as well as low voltage there are several 120 volt outside lighting applications every where and 277 volt lighting as well in most ...

    8 Answers · Home & Garden · 14/03/2010

  4. I'm not exactly sure what your asking? I have low voltage lights too. In my case I have a single "controller" and a single...

    3 Answers · Home & Garden · 07/05/2008

  5. Its voltage that is the output. Disconnect the wires, plug it in, turn it on and measure the voltage .

    4 Answers · Home & Garden · 28/03/2010

  6. these low voltage systems do have issues with voltage drop in the line...how far it is from the transformer to the 30 foot cable that the lights are on - so can t help you a lot there. But for the...

    4 Answers · Home & Garden · 11/11/2008

  7. First take off all your low voltage wires. Check to see if you have 12 volts. If you do...

    5 Answers · Home & Garden · 05/01/2009

  8. Plan which lights you want to use first, then buy a transformer accordingly... the output is large enough, and all lights are in a continuous run). Use a large-gauge wire...

    8 Answers · Home & Garden · 25/06/2008

  9. it may work but will work better and longer if its not pushed to its limit lose a light or get a larger transformer woudnt you feel better a less than maxed out transformer under your porch while u sleep?

    7 Answers · Home & Garden · 27/11/2006

  10. you can if the led is the same voltage as the bulbs now in use. You are already saving energy by using low voltage lighting so i would not change. Leds are pretty expensive

    2 Answers · Home & Garden · 06/08/2006

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