How to wire landscape lights

crabapplemcnApril 18, 2010

I am installing several outdoor low voltage lights and have a multitap transformer. My question is about how to wire a zone of 2-3 lights. The lights will only be about 10-12 ft apart, should i wire the lights in parallel or locate the wire to a spot between the lights and split/branch off to the 2 lights? Will there really be much noticeable voltage drop if they are wired parallel (one light then to another)? thanks

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To answer voltage drop questions requires details. You can go to many of the major landscape company websites for suggested cable layouts and voltage drop tables.

    Bookmark   April 25, 2010 at 2:43PM
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