Our smallest accent light. Recommended for narrow spotlighting, croon-lighting and grazing for specialty applications. Installing landscape lighting is easy, but keep in mind that it requires more than just the lighting fixtures. Landscape lighting systems also require:Transformer - The transformer is the power supply for your fixtures. It plugs into a standard household 110v outlet. The total lamp wattage of all fixtures connected to a transformer must be less than the capacity of the transformer. To determine which transformer you need, add up the wattage of all lamps and add 10% more as a safety factor. Example: If you're installing five light fixtures rated at 20 watts each, you will need a transformer that can accomodate at least 110 watts. (TRANSFORMER SIZE = TOTAL WATTAGE OF LAMPS x 1.1)Cable - This is the electrical wire that runs from your transformer to your individual light fixtures. Determine the length of cable needed by measuring the distance from the outlet to the farthest fixture location. Adding branches of cable is recommended for lights that are not located in a straight line from the transformer to the farthest fixture, so include the length of cable that branches off the main line. Remember: always leave a couple extra feet of cable per fixture for potential repositioning. Cable Length Chart Variety of finishes based on availability. Ideal for placement in your landscaping. Durable die-cast aluminum construction. Heat-resistant, fully sealed glass lens allows for outdoor usage and up or down lighting. Includes an 8-inch in-ground stake. Uses Bi-Pin light bulb (not included). Cylindrical adjustable housing with a cutaway shade.
1-7/8-Inch wide by 3-Inch high by 5-Inch long
Requires one (1) 35-watt 12-volt MR-11 bulb
Supplied with an 8-Inch in-ground stake, 36-Inch of usable 18-2 gauge SPT-1-W lead wire and cable connector for easy installation
Requires a low voltage transformer (sold separately) for safe illumination
UL/CSA listed for wet location use