By Bree Metherall from Portland, OR on August 20, 2014
Can more than one linking cable be joined together to connect two fixtures separated by a range hood? The 36" cable won't provide enough room - can I join together two 24" cables?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 21, 2014
Answer:Yes, the linking cables can interconnect. Please be sure you consult with an electrician to make sure you are following electrical codes.
By Wayne from Chicago on August 21, 2014
Answer:No. For safety and electrical code compliance, any distance greater than 3 feet will require a connection with standard Type NM (common trademark name is Romex) grounded household wire that you can get in the length you require at any hardware or big-box home improvement store. Complete connection instructions and conduit connectors are supplied with each light fixture. We had a similar situation recently with an over-the-range microwave.
By Zbigniew from Chicago, IL on August 21, 2014
Answer:I believe that you can link two of the cables together to get a length longer than 36". We did this on one of the first jobs where we installed these lights. We were unable to pull electric from the wall in a 2nd location, so we connected two cables to achieve the necessary length.
By Paul from Champaign, IL on August 21, 2014
Answer:The answer to your question is yes, plug away!
By Lawrence from Napa, CA on August 21, 2014
Answer:It's been several months since I installed these light fixtures. If I recall correctly, the under counter lights have male connection on one end and a female connection on the other. That would mean the cords would have to be set up that way as well. I only used one cable so I'm not positive but feel very confident you could couple two cords together to get the length you need. By the way, I owned an upscale lighting showroom for many years and can tell you, these light fixtures are high quality.
By Sue from Arnold, CA on August 22, 2014
Answer:The male and female ends of the cords do fit into one another so it would appear two cords can be connected. However, in determining correct length, you would have to take into consideration which side of the fixture(s) you would be connecting to. I would recommend asking this question of Pegasus or the manufacturer to make sure the light fixture would be receiving the correct power. There must be a reason why the cords do not come longer!
By Craig from Praha, Texas on January 26, 2013
How many light fixtures can be linked together. In one section I'd like to do four. The other sections will two's.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 28, 2013
The max run depends on the light fixtures you will be using (LED, Xenon, or Fluorescent).
For the LED, the max run is 360W.
For the Xenon, the max run is 600W.
For the Fluorescent, the max run is 600W.
Your setup won't come close to these maximums.