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They come with a transformer of their own which is 12 volt AC...and they don't flicker on it.....so im assuming they wouldn't flicker on your landscaping transformer unless its faulty
By Travis M. Hembree on November 19, 2017
you can create a location where the power transformer won't get direct weather by creating either a shielded area below the decking (using a larger piece of treated plywood under the decking, you can use the wire-tie straps with screw/nail hole on one end made to secure anything you wrap the wire tie to, or put it un… see more you can create a location where the power transformer won't get direct weather by creating either a shielded area below the decking (using a larger piece of treated plywood under the decking, you can use the wire-tie straps with screw/nail hole on one end made to secure anything you wrap the wire tie to, or put it under the railing in similar configuration. You can use a wide kerf blade or Dado blade to cut a channel into a post or baluster, or create a channel putting several baluster's together to hide the wire . I would not recommend burying the transformer as it needs to cool off , although I don't think it will get that hot. My specific application will require that I come up with my own wiring solution, I need to spread them out further than the included wire will allow, I will conceal my transformer under the decking for my application see less
By John L. Tow on November 13, 2017
No idea. It will probably require cutting the wire and I am NOT willing to do that. However, it appears to be adequate for the job.
By HCA on October 31, 2017
Not exactly sure how you would put them in your soffit. They are made to be flush and prewired to connect to each other. They recess about 1 1/2 in. I have them on my deck steps and are plenty bright and would probably be plenty bright enough for what you want.
By Amazon Customer on October 23, 2017
Yes they can They work and look very nice
By Bud Goheen on October 17, 2017
They come with a power supply that it is not dimmable. If you replace it with a proper dimmable power supply you can certainly dim them. If decide to get a dimmable power supply , then is another question, What will be the dimmable range? That I dont really know, every LED is built differently. Hope this helps
By Amazon Customer on October 16, 2017
I had to cut some of my wire and extend it in some places about 5ft. I use the same gauge wire which is pretty much just speaker wire and I have no problems. Hope this helps.
By Amazon Customer on October 3, 2017
Can t say for sure if they work in 200 Dec temps. I have them in my deck outside, and they work fine.
By robert weiss on October 2, 2017
There are two types - the ones I have are the warm white - probably about 3000k.
By Carroll J. on September 18, 2017
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