UnderCabinet Lighting Plan
I'm about to pull the plug on my UCL and was hoping some of you could help me make sure I'm not getting it wrong?
What I have: My kitchen has two 3' runs that meet in a corner, a non-continuous 2' run, and a non-continuous 3' run. I used 12-2 romex from my attic to bring UCL power down to each of the three non-continuous runs during my renovations. A Magnitude dimmable 24V transformer is on the way (M40L24) as is a Lutron Diva magnetic low voltage wall dimmer (DVLV-603P-WH). The plan is to mount the transformer in the attic where it will convert the AC from the Lutron dimmer to the three romex lines.
My plan: I want to buy the SuperBrightLEDs 24V LuxBars. I have a very reflective counter and I assume I will need the diffusers, right? I'm buying the adjustable mounts to point the bars at my backsplash if the diffuser is not enough. I can just solder the 12-2 romex lines to the pigtail connectors for the bars since it's low voltage, right?
TBD: I have a cabinet with a glass door that I'd like to light. I used non-glass shelves and want to put in some LEDs on each of the three levels in the cabinet. Has anyone done this? It looks like I might have to buy another 2' bar, remove the led strip, chop it up, solder it to the UCL beneath the cabinet, and stick short lengths to the insides of my cabinet's face. Is that a good way to light the cabinet?
I hope this sounds right, and please, if anyone notices a problem or has suggestions for the lighting the cabinet, let me know!