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150W - 12V - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Fulham Pony

150W - 12V - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Fulham Pony

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PET-120-12-150W-L

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Product Overview
  • Minimum watts: 20
  • Maximum watts: 150
  • Dimmable
  • Short circuit protection
  • UL recognized
  • 2-Year warranty
Description
The fully dimmable Fulham 12-volt electronic high frequency transformer operates a variety of lamps with a maximum load of 150-watts. Designed with UL recognized components, it features auto reset and overload protection in addition to thermal protection cutoff at 125 degrees C.
Specifications
Width (in)
1.4
Height (in)
1.06
Length (in)
3.4
Quantity Being Sold
1
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Recognized
Yes
Dimmable
Yes
Finish
Black
Input Voltage
120V
Output Voltage
12V
Output Voltage Type AC or DC
AC
Warranty
2 Years
Recommended Dimmer
Electronic Low Voltage
Locations
Indoor
Power Supply Type
Electronic
Power Supply Max Load
150W
Power Supply Min Load
20W
Short Circuit Protection
Yes
Over Heat Protection
Yes
Over Load Protection
Yes
Condition
New
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Question from Rick Schultz:

I am replacing 4- MR-ll, 20 watt 12-volt recessed lighting fixtures with Pegasus lighting MR-11, model NM-243 that are currently mounted in the head space of a glass enclosed cabinet. All 4 lights are on 1 Lutron electronic transformer dimmer switch. Each fixture is approximately 18in apart, spanning a distance of 5 feet. We will be using a 6 tap multi-tap connector between the transformer and the lighting fixtures. There will be 3-4 feet of wire between the transformer and the multi-tap connector and 6 feet of wire between the multi-tap connector and the first lighting fixture. The last lighting fixture is approximately 4 feet further than the first. Which transformer would you recommend knowing the following: The wiring parameters described above, the maximum bulb wattage of 80 watts (4 at 20 watts/each), all 4 lighting fixtures are connected to 1 Lutron electronic dimmer switch, and that the lights will be run down to a low light scenario ( 25-30% of maximum wattage)?

Answer from Pegasus:

Rick, we have many, many options that would suit your installation. Since you are powering 80W, here's our most popular model for that wattage rating- http://www.pegasuslighting.com/electronic-low-voltage-transformer-80w-12v-prs1280m.html

Question from Terry:

Will this work on 2 50-watt MR16 LED bulbs?

Answer from Pegasus:

Terry, are you sure the bulbs are 50W each? that's very, very high for an LED MR16 bulb.If the LED bulbs require 12V AC of input, then yes, it's fine since you are not exceeding the 150W load limit of the transformer. Note that some LED MR16 bulbs require DC input. This transformer will not work for them.