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Selecting a Low Voltage Lighting System

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05/10/2017



A low voltage lighting system is ideal for accent lighting because it emits illumination that is just enough to create drama. Not to mention the added security. Selecting a low voltage lighting system involves some work but by following these guidelines you will be able to go through the process with ease.

Take note that when selecting a low voltage lighting system; pick something that uses only around 12 volts.  You will be using a system that takes up less power. Stick to the local codes and observe safety measures while working.

Consider the area that you will be lighting. What is the mood that you are going for? Do you want to focus on security or aesthetics or both? It’s important to figure out your requisites to know the right system for you.

Sadly, not all fixtures interact with low voltage lighting system very well. Pick a fixture that can function properly with the system of your choice, and blends with the surroundings.

Make sure that you have the right transformer. The transformer should be suitable for your 12 volts the system. If you are unfamiliar with the technicalities involved in choosing the right fixture and transformer, it is advised to contact qualified electrician instead. Taskforce has a lineup of qualified electricians who are ready to serve you any time of the day!

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