By Jacqueline Lee from CA on August 19, 2014
How many of these do I need for 3 X 18", 1 X 32"? I have "7" shaped 13 X 11 kitchen but the cabinets are not continuous.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 20, 2014
Answer:You need (1) linking cable to make each jump between light fixtures.
If your jumps are especially long then you can join two cables together for a longer length.
By Ronald from Silver Spring, MD on August 20, 2014
Answer:It depends on how close together your lights are. If your individual lights are within the longest available length of connector cable, you only need one cable for each gap. Be sure to carefully plan and measure the distances between lights so you don't buy connector cables that are too short (or too long). If you have two or more clusters of lights, consider tapping into the electrical supply line for each cluster, then connecting the lights within a cluster with the connector cables. In my kitchen we have three clusters. One light in each cluster is connected directly to the electrical supply line. The rest of the lights in each cluster are connected with connector cables. We control all lights with a single switch. I hope this helps.
By Judy from Lakewood, CO on August 20, 2014
Answer:There's a very helpful woman at Pegasus (forget her name) who can tell you exactly what you need based on size and placement of cabinets. You will need a connector any time you go from one cabinet to another.
By Dennis Zimmerman from Minneapolis, MN on April 13, 2014
Can multiple cables be linked together to create a longer length?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 14, 2014
Answer:Yes, the cables can be linked together to form longer extenders.