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Old 11-25-2013, 08:45 PM
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I remember that James, I think I met you at that light fair. I remember Nate showing me his 1838 rated transformer. 1838 watts that is...It was funny
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Old 11-26-2013, 08:38 AM
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Some of you may know that we developed a perimeter fence lighting system powered with a 24-volt transformer. Also, all our LED fixtures have a voltage range of 10V to 24V.

We went with 24V for the perimeter system because of the greatly increased number of fixtures you can power along a single line. With that system, you can install (65) 7W fixtures along a 1,300 ft. fence on a single #10/2 wire (T-Method).

These types of numbers also apply to residential projects. When you can primarily use daisy chains on large systems, the savings in wire and labor is significant.
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