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  • Minimum watts: 1
  • Maximum watts: 60
  • Dimmable
  • UL listed
  • 5-Year warranty
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60 Watt - 24 Volt - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Enclosed - WAC Lighting

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60 Watt - 24 Volt - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Enclosed - WAC Lighting

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About our 60 Watt - 24 Volt - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Enclosed - WAC Lighting

This 60-watt, 24-volt electronic transformer is used to power multiple runs of low voltage fixtures such as under cabinet and display luminaires. This electronic transformer is fully dimmable and features short circuit and overload protection. This transformer is UL listed and is backed by a 5-year warranty.

  • Uses: used to power LEDme Square Button Puck Lights and other 24-Volt AC lighting systems
  • Maximum 60 Watts of Load: 60 watts maximum of lighting load. Unlike most magnetic transformers, these electronic transformers can be used to power the maximum wattage. [Caution: Always attach the load to the transformer before connecting the transformer to power.]
  • Minimum 1 Watt of Load: unless this transformer is powering at least 1 watt of lighting load it will not work properly
  • Input: 120 volts AC, 60 Hz, 0.53 amps
  • Output: 24 volts AC, 20khz, 2.5 amps
  • Dimensions: 1-1/8in(H) x 1-5/8in(W) x 6-5/8in(L)
  • Knockouts: enclosure has knockouts on three sides. Screw holes are located on one long side for securing enclosure in place.
  • Dimmable: fully dimmable using a dimmer designed for an electronic transformer. An electronic transformer can sometimes work with a standard incandescent dimmer. However, to ensure that your lighting system works effectively with the greatest dimming range we recommend that you use a dimmer that was specifically designed to control an electronic low voltage transformer. Additionally, using this type of dimmer will diminish the possibility of an audible hum when the dimmer is used - especially at low light levels. [Caution: dimmer should always be connected to the input side, 120V side, of a transformer.]
  • Soft Start: extends lamp life by delaying the abrupt inrush current to the lamp
  • Short Circuit Protection: yes, with auto-reset
  • Overload Protection: yes, with auto-reset
  • Color: black
  • UL Listed in the USA & Canada
  • Brand: WAC Lighting
  • 5-Year Warranty
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of 60-Watt 24-Volt Electronic Enclosed Low Voltage Transformers, please call us at our toll-free number or use the online Quotation Request for Large Quantities form. We are always happy to provide you with our best large quantity pricing.

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Questions & Answers
By Jeff from Boston, MA on April 24, 2015
I have installed two sets of LEDme puck lights. Both have identical parts, one set works perfect, yet I am having flickering on one set when my low voltage electronic dimmer is in the full on position. If in a more dimmed position, there's no flickering. Any ideas?? Is my 60 watt dimmer bad?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 26, 2015

It could be the dimmer, the transformer, or even the lights. You could try troubleshooting the circuit with an electrician to make sure everything is installed correctly. Another idea is to swap the transformers in the two systems to see if it is indeed the transformer.
By Rich from Libertyville, IL on April 25, 2015

I just mounted the same lights using the same transformer. I have them wired to a direct switch and not a dimmer. (Thus they are getting full voltage / current) I am using (3) puck lights. One night a day after installation they were flickering, so I called the manufacturer and they told me that it was either a poor connection or a bad transformer. They also said the transformer has a 5 year warranty. I have checked the lights almost every day for a few weeks and they have been OK.

By Jeff from MA on March 30, 2015
Can this be connected to 120V power behind the drywall, and have leads from individual puck lights connected to it? The goal is to conceal the installation. What is recommended?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 30, 2015

We strongly recommend consulting an electrician for the proper installation location of a transformer in order to comply with local and national electric codes.
By Mike from Boston, MA on March 30, 2015

Hi Jeff, I am a licensed electrician. A transformer of any type should never be concealed. It is a heat producing item that needs to "breathe". Installing it in a cabinet is OK, but should never be concealed under any circumstances. Good luck with the install!

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