By Doug from Ashburn, VA on January 25, 2014
Is it possible to control more than one dimmable magnetic driver with one magnetic low voltage dimmer? If so, can three way magnetic low voltage dimmers also be used?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 27, 2014
Answer:Multiple drivers can be wired to a single dimmer.
Yes, you can wire these to a 3-way dimmer.
By Bill from Alpharetta, GA on October 17, 2013
I have nine 20-Watt xenon puck lights in my kitchen now that are all on the same AC dimmer (the xenon bulbs I use operate at line voltage). These look like they would be the right light output to replace the 20 Watt xenons and they are dimmable, which is great. My question is whether I can dim them on the AC side of the transformers. If I can't, then these LED's won't work for me because I would have to put in 4 separate dimmers because of the number and locations of the pucks. It would just be more trouble than it would be worth. So do you have a wiring diagram for setting these up in a dimmable configuration? Can the dimmer be in a normal wall switch plate and operate on the AC side?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 17, 2013
These puck lights are dimmable on the AC side with a magnetic low voltage dimmer. You must also use one of the compatible dimmable magnetic drivers (see Accessories).
Basically you will wire household power to the magnetic dimmer, which in turn connects to the driver.
Each puck light will then wire in parallel to the driver.
Yes, the wall dimmer can be installed in a normal wall plate.
By Mike from Florida on May 20, 2014
How far can you wire the longest puck light from the driver? How long is the wire that comes with the Driver/pucks?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 20, 2014
Answer:The puck lights have 72in lead wires.
The drivers do not have lead wires.
So the max distance is a little less than 72in since you will need to splice the wires.
By Geri from Lake Placid, FL on March 12, 2013
Are these lights linkable and dimmable and hardwired?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 12, 2013
They are designed to hardwire to power using a driver.
They are dimmable when powered by a dimmable driver (see accessories tab).
When powered by a dimmable driver, they must be parallel wired. That means each puck light will connect to the driver using the lead wires and NOT be linked together.
If you would like to link them together and wire in series, then you must use a non-dimmable driver.
By Test from Test, Test on November 25, 2013
One commenter says these LED Puck Lights are not very bright. Is that true?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 26, 2013
Answer:These puck lights emit 180 lumens of light and are roughly equivalent to a 20W incandescent source.
By Jon from NYC on April 10, 2013
I want 6 puck lights, so i will need 2 drivers. Are the drivers hardwired to the power source?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 11, 2013
Yes, all of the drivers compatible with this item hardwire directly to power.