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200W - 12V - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Lightech

200W - 12V - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Lightech

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LET-201AC-120-12-R

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Product Overview
  • Minimum watts: 50
  • Maximum watts: 200
  • Dimmable
  • UL recognized
  • 3-Year warranty
Description
This step-down transformer from Lightech converts 120 volts down to 12 volts and is usable in many low-voltage applications. It can handle a minimum load of 50 watts and a maximum load of 200 watts. It features short circuit and overload protection, as well as a thermal cut-off to prevent overheating.
Specifications
Width (in)
2
Height (in)
2
Length (in)
5
Quantity Being Sold
1
Power Supply Output Lead Wire Length (in)
8
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Recognized
Yes
Dimmable
Yes
Finish
Black
Input Voltage
120V
Output Voltage Type AC or DC
AC
Warranty
3 Years
Recommended Dimmer
Electronic Low Voltage
Locations
Indoor
Power Supply Type
Electronic
Power Supply Max Load
200W
Power Supply Min Load
50W
Power Supply Input Lead Wire Gauge
18 AWG
Power Supply Output Lead Wire Gauge
14 AWG
Short Circuit Protection
Yes
Over Load Protection
Yes
Condition
New
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Question from Roger:

Can I use this transformer to power low voltage outdoor landscape lighting? I want to mount the transformer in my garage. You can not mount Landscape light transformers indoors because they heat up too much. The run of outdoor lights totals less than 160 watts.

Answer from Pegasus:

Roger, electronic transformers are generally not used for landscape lighting because of the especially long runs of cable between the transformer and lights. This length often results in a problem known as voltage drop where the voltage reaching the lights is less than the needed 12 or 24V. For that reason it's best to use magnetic transformers that have some sort of boost tap or multi-tap feature to compensate for voltage drop.

Question from rob mccue:

Do you need to Fuse either the line or load side in an under the cabinet puck light installation

Answer from Pegasus:

Rob, No, you generally do not need to use fuses with this product and puck lights. However, I would strongly suggest checking with an electrician about your local electrical codes.

Question from Juan:

Can I use it as a replacement on a lighting fixture with Halogen Lamps

Answer from Pegasus:

This transformer is rated for use with low voltage halogen, xenon or incandescent light bulbs.