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Product Overview:
  • Connects 2 puck lights
  • White or black
  • 2 Lengths
  • 18 AWG
  • Molex connectors
  • UL listed
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About our Flexible Connectors

Use these flexible connectors to extend the distance between xenon line voltage puck lights. The connectors are available in 2 finishes and 2 lengths and have Molex connections for easy installation.

  • 4 Models

    Length 12 inches 24 inches 12 inches 24 inches
    Finish black black white white
  • Uses: electrically links two Xenon Line Voltage Puck Lights or LED MVP Line Voltage 3-Puck Lights together
  • Male/Female Molex Connections: each linking cable has a male molex connector at one end and a female molex connector at the other end that easily mate with the molex connectors found at either end of the puck lights.
  • UL Listed in USA & Canada
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of Flexible Connectors 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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Flexible Connectors
Questions & Answers
By Tom M from Oaks, PA on November 30, 2012
Is it OK to link flexible connectors together? E.g. if I have two lights that are 36" apart, can I use a 12" connector and a 24" connector? If so, is there a limit to the total length of linked connectors?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 30, 2012


According to the manufacturer, the flexible connectors can be linked together. They can be interconnected up to about 60in. Do not link more than 10 puck lights together.
By Chad from Indiana on November 30, 2012

I just installed these items myself. In theory, you could link together as many as you like. These connectors are nothing more than household electrical wire (think lamp cords, indoor extension cords, etc.) with Molex connectors on the end for easy, push-and-click joining of wires. You're essentially just making a longer cord that happens to have breaks connected by Molex. I suppose the extra breaks could be considered a failure risk increase (obviously, one long 36" cord would have a lower chance of anything going wrong). But, these connectors are rock-solid and your chance of failure is barely any more than it would be by just using one cord. Hope that helps!

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