By Arie from Gainesville,Florida on March 24, 2014
Can I put nine puck lights on this driver and dim them with a dimmer?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 24, 2014
It depends on what type of driver/dimmer your puck lights require. Also note that this driver is only dimmable with the particular dimmer listed on the Accessories.
Our LED Low Wattage Puck Lights are compatible with this driver - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-puck-lights-low-wattage.html
9 of these puck lights can certainly be powered by a single driver.
By Al from Minnesota on March 4, 2015
I'm confused if this is all I need to hardwire to my power source to power the puck lights. Is no transformer needed if I purchase this? Also, will a standard C-L dimmer switch purchased at a home improvement store be compatible with this device? Thanks for your help!
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 5, 2015
Answer:To hardwire the puck lights to power you will need this LED driver. It serves as the "transformer" in the system. To dim it, you will need to use the pulse width modulation dimmer, which is listed in the Accessories. C-L dimmers are not compatible with this driver.
By Cotton from St. Peters, MO on March 5, 2015
Answer:This device is called a "driver". For LED fixtures, a driver is needed in lieu of a transformer. It changes the voltage from AC to DC verses a transformer that just lowers the voltage. In short, This is all you need to power your puck lights.
By George from Long Island , NY on March 5, 2015
Answer:This is the unit I bought to power 9 puck lights. I also bought the dimming LED switches at the same time. This is all I needed except for the wire and they work great.
By Mike from Chesterfield, MI on March 8, 2015
Answer:Yes and No. Yes the driver is all you need to power 12V LED Pucks. Make sure you stay under the WATT rating. No a hardware store dimmer will not work. You need a 12v pulse modulation dimmer. You will also need a ventilated box to mount the dimmer in as the 120v connections are exposed.
By Harry from Alexandria, VA on May 22, 2013
1. I want to install the driver in a junction box. Any recommendations?
2. I want to connect two dimmers to the driver (parallel). Any issues with that?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 23, 2013
Make sure you are following your local electrical code requirements while securing in the junction box. Use the appropriate wire nuts for securing the electrical connections.
The manufacturer assures me that two dimmers can work while connected to a single driver.