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Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Eden Lights, Jan 15, 2008.
Low-Voltage Outdoor Chandeliers. Anyone know of any, stock or custom?
I would assume any interior chandelier made of non rust material and that has covered lamps/sockets could be converted with LV candelabra or torpedo bulbs. I realize that may not be easy to find if it exists at all. Otherwise custom?
Kichler has already been reviewed by this client.
I don't have any direct experience with their chandeliers but Stone Manor puts out a very sturdy product.
I know of Kichler's fixtures and I am now installing a line voltage fixture that I'm using 12v lamps in for 1/4 of the price.
What type of lamps and how are the lamps waterproofed?
I'll get all of the info for you Eddie but I'm using 15w/12v medium based A19 type lamps and putting them on a dimmer switch. The fixture that I chose places the lamps under the shade, inverted so-to-speak.
Thanks for the info, we already carry the 12V A19 lamp, now if we could just find a outdoor rated item with the inverted shade that everybody likes.