I am intentionally posting this in the hardscape isle instead of the lighting section, so moderators....please do not move this Nothin spectacular. Just thought hardscape guys doing / venturing into lighting may be interested in seeing this. Throughout the last 14 months we have been working at a fairly large estate home. We just lit the front of the home, along with the front entrance. They wanted low voltage lanterns on their pillars, and they wanted the lanterns to match the one's on the dwelling. So the client purchased 2 line voltage lanterns and we converted them to low voltage. The conversion was VERY easy! Each lantern came with (4) candle albra light sockets. I then went to a local electric supply house and ordered conversion sockets. the conversion sockets went from candle albra to medium base. I purchased adapters that screwed into the medium base sockets. These adapters then allowed for low voltage bulbs. As far as the wiring, that was easy! You simply connect the low voltage wires to the black and white wires! The lantern in the picture has (4) 20 watt bulbs. What makes this nice is we have uplighting on birch trees that are at the entrance to the driveway. The pillars and the trees are on the same transformer, this way all the outdoor lighting comes on and goes off at the same time.