300W - 12 or 24V - Hardwire - Outdoor Magnetic Transformer - TechnoMagnet
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- Maximum watts: 240
- Outdoor or indoor
- 10-Year warranty
- UL listed
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Question from John Hansen:
Answer from Pegasus:John, yes, it has 2 separate 12V circuits.
Question from Jeff:
Answer from Pegasus:The boost tap applies for both the 12V and 24V options. The tap wire is orange. Yes, if you connect the orange wire per the instructions then both 12V circuits will be boosted. The voltage is 10% plus 12V so 13.2V.
Question from Andy:
Answer from Pegasus:It can output either 12V or 24V. It's your choice. So yes, if it's connected to a switch, you can have it can output 12V.
Question from Dominick:
Answer from Pegasus:We do not carry photocells. I would suggest using a photocell compatible with magnetic transformers. These are generally available in electrical supply stores.
Question from Dustin:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, it hardwires directly to 120V input voltage.
Question from Dustin:
Answer from Pegasus:Dustin, This transformer is dimmable but not on the secondary/low voltage side. It may be true that some deck lighting systems use a dimmer on the secondary side but it is not true that all deck lighting systems dim that way.
Question from Chris Madden:
Answer from Pegasus:The PODX-300P-TB is a 12V or 24V transformer. It's a Technomagnet brand. The PM300S-12V is a 12V transformer and includes a boost tap wire to compensate for voltage drop. It's a Magnitude brand.
Question from Bryan:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, it does have a boost tap feature. Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not publish a spec sheet online.
Question from Kevin:
Answer from Pegasus:Kevin, Yes, this transformer is suitable for outdoor use.
Question from Morsoltys:
Answer from Pegasus:No, it does not have a timer.
Question from Kris:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, you can use the separate circuits in the manner you describe. Yes, a photocell can be added.
Question from Matt Stinger:
Answer from Pegasus:Matt, This transformer does not include a power cord.
Question from Robert:
Answer from Pegasus:Robert, switches are generally line voltage, so you should use it on the 120V side. You should verify the switch is line voltage.