300W - 12V - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Ground Wire - Hatch
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- Minimum watts: 50
- Maximum watts: 300
- UL recognized
- 3-Year warranty
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
No cheap solution
Submitted by Larry | 11.08.14
Did not work. Waiting for refund.
Does the job well
Submitted by Chris | 11.14.13
Small Cool Fairly quiet Dimming
Longer leads on 120V side would be nice to prevent having to put it right next to a junction box. Audible switching prevents installing in some locations.
300W 12V electronic transformer
Submitted by Joe | 2.19.13
Compact - less bulk than an magnetic transformer. Less expensive, too.
Runs hot. Also, requires a minimum load to operate properly, as well as a special dimmer for light level control. Not a big deal, but something to be factored into a design.
300 watt 12 volt transformer
Submitted by Brett | 4.19.12
Compact, easy to hook up.
Submitted by Bruce | 12.20.11
small, light weight
Question from Jeff:
Answer from Pegasus:A hinge dimmer may be connected if the dimmer is suitable for use with an electronic low voltage transformer. The output is 12V AC.
Question from John Luce:
Answer from Pegasus:John, For cable lighting systems, we recommend a transformer that is designed to compensate for a problem known as voltage drop. If you connect a long run of lights to this transformer, it's likely that at the end of the run the last light will appear dimmer because less voltage will be reaching this light.