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60W - 24V - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Enclosed - WAC Lighting

60W - 24V - Hardwire - Electronic Transformer - Enclosed - WAC Lighting

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EN-2460-RB2

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Product Overview
  • Minimum watts: 1
  • Maximum watts: 60
  • Dimmable
  • UL listed
  • 5-Year warranty
Description
This 60-watt, 24-volt electronic transformer is used to power multiple runs of low voltage fixtures such as under cabinet and display luminaires. This electronic transformer is fully dimmable and features short circuit and overload protection. This transformer is UL listed and is backed by a 5-year warranty.
Specifications
Width (in)
2
Height (in)
2
Length (in)
7
Quantity Being Sold
1
Input Voltage
120V
Output Voltage
24V
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Listed
Yes
Dimmable
Yes
Finish
Black
Output Voltage Type AC or DC
AC
Warranty
5 Years
Recommended Dimmer
Electronic Low Voltage
Locations
Indoor
Power Supply Type
Electronic
Power Supply Max Load
60W
Power Supply Min Load
1W
Condition
New
Voltage System
Low Voltage
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Question from Jeff:

I have installed two sets of LEDme puck lights. Both have identical parts, one set works perfect, yet I am having flickering on one set when my low voltage electronic dimmer is in the full on position. If in a more dimmed position, there's no flickering. Any ideas?? Is my 60 watt dimmer bad?

Answer from Pegasus:

It could be the dimmer, the transformer, or even the lights. You could try troubleshooting the circuit with an electrician to make sure everything is installed correctly. Another idea is to swap the transformers in the two systems to see if it is indeed the transformer.

Question from Jeff:

Can this be connected to 120V power behind the drywall, and have leads from individual puck lights connected to it? The goal is to conceal the installation. What is recommended?

Answer from Pegasus:

We strongly recommend consulting an electrician for the proper installation location of a transformer in order to comply with local and national electric codes.