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Classic Lighting
11-24-2010, 07:55 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjRxV07ORuM

What do you think about this? I have mixed opinions. With the dehancer, a single voltage tap is needed, no more multi tap. On the other hand, it makes it easier for any average Joe to install a system. Is this geared more toward the DIY'er or the lighting professional?

irrig8r
11-24-2010, 11:16 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjRxV07ORuM

What do you think about this? I have mixed opinions. With the dehancer, a single voltage tap is needed, no more multi tap. On the other hand, it makes it easier for any average Joe to install a system. Is this geared more toward the DIY'er or the lighting professional?

When I've run across too high voltage in the field on a couple systems that I didn't install that had hardwired Acme transformers I've used the Rockscapes voltage regulator with success. With existing old Unique transformers I just changed to a lower volt lead.

This seems to do the same thing, plus short protection... seems like a problem solver, but then I personally wouldn't be using a transformer over 15 V output on an install anyway.