First up, I am an advanced DIYer, so if I offend anyone with my questions, I apologize in advance. We are in the process of building a pool and my 7 year old would like to have the following led tree ( https://www.brightbaum.com/collections/ginkgo-tree/products/taylor-58-ginkgo-warm-white ) on a spot near the pool, and I am very supportive of the idea. Per the NEC 2017, this would not be compliant as it is less than 5 feet from the water line. It is a line voltage fixture, and I can't find any manuals on it. I know from their marketing literature "the tree runs at only a mere 22W of electricity!". Any help on how to go about converting this from line voltage to low voltage would be appreciated.