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300W - 12V - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Fulham PonyPegasus Lighting BBB Business Review

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PET-120-12-300W-L

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Product Overview
  • Minimum watts: 20
  • Maximum watts: 300
  • Dimmable
  • Short circuit protection
  • UL recognized
  • 2-Year warranty
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Description
The low voltage Fulham electronic high frequency transformer is fully dimmable and operates a variety of lamps with a maximum load of 300-watts. It features solid state electronics that include auto reset and overload protection, in addition to a thermal protection cutoff. It is UL recognized and carries a 2-year warranty.
Specifications
Width (in)
2
Height (in)
2
Length (in)
6
Quantity Being Sold
1
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Recognized
Yes
Dimmable
Yes
Finish
Black
Input Voltage
120V
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
300W
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 Gary:

Can I branch off the transformer in 2 directions with 2 separate on off switches. Or do I need 2 separate transformers, one for each switched location.

Answer from Pegasus:

Gary, it depends on exactly what you are trying to accomplish. If you are trying to have two separate switches control the same load, then yes, I think it would be possible. You would simply wire both switches to the transformer input and then the load to the transformer. I would however suggest consulting an electrician to make sure you are complying with the NEC. If you are trying to control two separate loads then you will need to use two separate transformers.