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    MR16 Halogen Accent lighting Kit #2 RLLDLVK04


    Manufacturer: RLLD-TL
    Item Number: RLLD1776TEC


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    To make things simple we have created landscape low voltage lighting kits for both the lighting professional and Do-It-Yourselfer! You won’t find this kind of professional equipment at the local home improvement store! Each kit contains everything you need to enhance the nighttime enjoyment of your home or garden. We have engineered these systems as a basic starter kit with extra transformer capacity so that you can double the quantity of lights in the future. So if you want to add some path lights or maybe light a fountain or sculpture some day this is the kit for you. Have fun and experiment with your lights before burying the wires. That way you can fine-tune your design before completing the installation. Good landscape lighting is a study of light and shadows!

    Each Kit Contains:
  • Twelve Cast aluminum MR16 up light fixtures (Bronze or Black)
  • Twelve 20-watt MR16 halogen lamps with 38 degree lamps
  • Twelve PVC Mounting stakes with heavy duty brass threaded caps
  • One 500’ roll of 12/2 landscape lighting wire designed for direct burial
  • One 600 watt 12 volt transformer with fiberglass housing, 24-hour timer and cord

  • Read what other customers had to say about this product:
    Up lighting the front of my house
    I have just built a two story house and am in need of lighting to illuminate the front. I want to mount the lighting on the ground, but have no idea what to use. Please help!... ( read more )
    Palms and Gate
    I have 20-25 ft. palms. I want to illuminate the trunk and the canopy using grade-level 12V lighting. Do you have any recommendations? I also want to throw some soft light on a 16'x 7' wooden gate from the outside, bottom corners (on the ground). Any suggestions?... ( read more )
    Adding low voltage lights
    I am looking for assistance in purchasing a good qualiy low volt transformer. I have a Hampton 300v transformer for lights in my paver walk-brick lights, that seems to be fine. Now I am looking to install 400 to 600 total volt system (approx. 30 to 40 lights at 10 to 50 volts each with some runs up to 150'.... ( read more )
    Question about MR11 Halogen Accent lighting Kit #2
    I would like to light the perimeter of the back yard, which would be about 1800ft. I would prefer 18-24 lights, but I could make it work with 12. How would you recommend that I do that? Thanks.... ( read more )
    low voltage tree lighting
    I have 30 ft. 6 trees, approx 25 ft apart, that I'd like to simply 'up light' with a low voltage system. Including the power source location, I need approx. 200 ft. of line. Can I do this effectively via low voltage? If so, what transformer, wattage, lamps, line etc. would you recommend?Thank you... ( read more )
    low voltage lighting help
    We have a small back yard and have put up about 12 lights for landscaping. We would like to put in more but do not know what kind of transformer we need. We are not electricians. We are planning to put in about 20 to 30 lights to accent our back yard. We also have a pond back there that we would like to light up. We have several saints and some beautiful trees that we would like to have accented. We would like to have brighter lights on the saints for a few hours. Now these lights we have sometimes do not work because we think there is too much light on the transformer. The box says we can put 2 twenty watt lights etc. So we now have 12 5 watt lights. Which we think is too much. We also have a transformer that is mounted on the side of the house. It is a 75 watt transformer. Can that be used for what we want and if not, what do you recommend as far as the transformer strength and what size wire do you recommend we use?... ( read more )
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