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- How to Install Low-Voltage Landscape Lighting | This Old House
- How to Install Outdoor Lighting and Outlet | Family Handyman
- How to Install Low Voltage Landscape Lighting: Part 2 - Lighting
How to Install Low-Voltage Landscape Lighting | This Old House
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How to Install Outdoor Lighting and Outlet | Family Handyman
LOVE your yard! Wish I enjoyed planting things — I have a minimalist landscape full of evergreens that requires barely any trimming and am a heavy Round-Up user. haha The lighting turned out beautiful!
How to Install Low Voltage Landscape Lighting: Part 2 - Lighting
Have you checked the transformer? There should be several settings that you can cycle through. Our’s is set to “A” for auto on at dark and off at light. But, there are other settings with a number that tells the transformer to turn on at a specific time and stay on for that many hours.
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The transformer steps down the 675-volt house current to just 67 volts. It must be plugged into a GFCI-protected outdoor electrical outlet fitted with a while-in-use cover, and oversize plastic box that closes over the power cord. The transformer needs to have enough capacity to support the cumulative wattage of the lights in the system. Between fixtures, the cable is buried in a shallow trench. As long as you have a nearby outlet, you'll be able to give your home and yard a welcoming glow when the sun goes down.
Danny Lipford: And since I’m so easy to work with, there won’t be any problems with being able to convey the information and working together as a team.
Just happened to come across this article while looking for some other information of landscape lighting and was drawn in by the clever website name (always good to be handy!) but wanted to point out a couple of small changes that can make a HUGE difference in how long your install will continue to work perfectly, or work at all.
We actually have a fair amount of work here to do in planting some grass sod as well as clearing out all of these beds. But I could tell you one thing, this place looks awesome at night.
Danny Lipford: I assume because you’ve set all of these up right now, there’s some tweaking. What tweaking are you going to do?
Repeat for the remaining lights. When you reach the end, you may wish to “cap” off the end of the wire with duct tape. This is not required, but I decided it was best to protect the wire from any source that might short it out.