Set up your own under-cabinet lighting system with the help of these low-voltage lighting transformers from Destination Lighting. These handy products are ideal for converting the electrical supply appropriate across multiple low-voltage lights. By using a low-voltage under-cabinet lighting transformer, you ll create a safe and streamlined lighting system that doesn t overload your outlets or create a fire hazard. Learn more about how these transformers work and how to find the right one for your home.
Low-Voltage Transformer Features
Our collection of low-voltage light transformers at Destination Lighting includes a number of options so you can easily find one that s just right for your need. If you ll be installing lights in a location exposed to moisture, you can search for a low-voltage under-cabinet lighting transformer that s been approved for use in damp or wet locations. Smaller transformers are available for connecting just a few lights, or you can select one of our large transformers with a much higher wattage load. Don t forget about style as well. You ll likely want a transformer in a color that blends in with the surrounding cabinetry or d cor. You can purchase a transformer that comes with under-cabinet mounting hardware or get this hardware separately.
\How to Find the Right Transformer
To find the correct transformer, you ll need to count the under-cabinet low-voltage lights you intend to use. Add up the wattage across all of the lights you hope to connect to a single transformer. Then, choose a transformer which can support that wattage across a group of low-voltage under-counter lights. For example, if you have six lights that function at 20 watts each, you need a transformer that can support a minimum of 120 watts. Use this guide to help find the right lighting transformer on our site, or contact our customer support team at Destination Lighting to get assistance choosing the best product for your needs.