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pete scalia
10-10-2007, 08:48 PM
Wouldn't life be grand if a major stepped up to the plate and manufactured a low voltage PAR 20 lamp , med base with excellent photometrics (whatever excellent may be)?

NiteTymeIlluminations
10-11-2007, 07:55 AM
why not just do line voltage with a par 20 or par16...I use thousands of them...I love Par20s and Par16s. I use par 20 when I need 35 or 50 watt and par16s when I need 20 watt. I like the 45 watt spots from phillips in 130 volt.

pete scalia
10-11-2007, 08:18 AM
why not just do line voltage with a par 20 or par16...I use thousands of them...I love Par20s and Par16s. I use par 20 when I need 35 or 50 watt and par16s when I need 20 watt. I like the 45 watt spots from phillips in 130 volt.

I'm Not a licensed electrician
safety issues
cumbersome codes
labor intensive
deeper trenching

I'm looking for the easy way out.

Isn't that the American way?

NiteTymeIlluminations
10-11-2007, 08:21 AM
yeah that'll do it...lol...Its amazing how much easier line voltage is though...its funny you have to be an electrian to do line voltage but in some states not low voltage...oh man did i open a can of worms here!