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Home Depot has a few Westinghouse Low-Voltage LED Landscape Path Lights at up to 60% off. In-store pick up is available. Thanks silcam




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Home Depot has a few low-voltage landscape lights for 60% off:

1.2 Watt black [homedepot.com] - $1.99
1.2 Watt remington bronze [homedepot.com] - $2.79
2.4 Watt Remington bronze [homedepot.com]- $4.79
2.4 Watt black spotlight [homedepot.com] - $4.39

Free ship to store, or free shipping to your house with purchases over $45.
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You need low voltage transformer and landscape lighting cable.
Transformer converts household 110v to 12v.
Plug the low voltage transformer to your house's 110v.
Connect landscape lighting cable to voltage transformer. Run the cable along the path where you would connect the low voltage lights.
You might want to consider waterproof if needed for transformer. If you put in thirty 2.4 watt (72 watt total) landscape light, you will need to make sure your transformer can handle that load.
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thank you! bought 15 spotlights in 10 path lights.
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Loving this deal. Hard to find good deals on low voltage outdoor lighting.
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Thanks! Bought 10 spot lights and 15 path lights.
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what else do i hve to buy to use this?
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what else do i hve to buy to use this?
You need low voltage transformer and landscape lighting cable.
Transformer converts household 110v to 12v.
Plug the low voltage transformer to your house's 110v.
Connect landscape lighting cable to voltage transformer. Run the cable along the path where you would connect the low voltage lights.
You might want to consider waterproof if needed for transformer. If you put in thirty 2.4 watt (72 watt total) landscape light, you will need to make sure your transformer can handle that load.
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You need low voltage transformer and landscape lighting cable.
Transformer converts household 110v to 12v.
Plug the low voltage transformer to your house's 110v.
Connect landscape lighting cable to voltage transformer. Run the cable along the path where you would connect the low voltage lights.
You might want to consider waterproof if needed for transformer. If you put in thirty 2.4 watt (72 watt total) landscape light, you will need to make sure your transformer can handle that load.
can i connect the transformer directly to an outlet? apologies newbie here.
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Think you missed this lantern style path light in black, 1.2w for 2 bucks:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/1-2-Wa.../300862372
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can i connect the transformer directly to an outlet? apologies newbie here.
Yes, the transformer connects directly to house outlet.
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You need low voltage transformer and landscape lighting cable.
Transformer converts household 110v to 12v.
Plug the low voltage transformer to your house's 110v.
Connect landscape lighting cable to voltage transformer. Run the cable along the path where you would connect the low voltage lights.
You might want to consider waterproof if needed for transformer. If you put in thirty 2.4 watt (72 watt total) landscape light, you will need to make sure your transformer can handle that load.
Lighting newbie here also.

We are building a new house and they are putting in "Landscape lighting pre-wire, switch and stub out included (120v 15amp)". The switch will be inside next to the front door.

What is the limiting factor in how many lights I can use with this? Can I put in, say, a row of path lights and two flood lights? Can I use this with a timer? thanks.
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Is this the original Westinghouse or did the Chinese buy this name too?
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Lighting newbie here also.

We are building a new house and they are putting in "Landscape lighting pre-wire, switch and stub out included (120v 15amp)". The switch will be inside next to the front door.

What is the limiting factor in how many lights I can use with this? Can I put in, say, a row of path lights and two flood lights? Can I use this with a timer? thanks.
I would just tally up the total watts from all your low voltage lights and make sure your transformer is rated greater than that total. It probably does not hurt to maybe double the needed wattage in case you add more lights later. My transformer has a timer on it so that should work as well.

Congrats on new house. Awesome about landscape pre-wiring. You might also want to have speaker wire pre run as well. It would be cool to sit in a nicely lit backyard with music in the background.
I am not a contractor and just an average Joe performing a DIY project so this is just what I know when I did it.
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Is this the original Westinghouse or did the Chinese buy this name too?
"Westinghouse Lighting Corporation was formerly known as Angelo Brothers Company and changed its name to Westinghouse Lighting Corporation in January 2003. The company was founded in 1946 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with additional locations in Chino, California; Montreal, Canada; Dusseldorf, Germany; Mexico City, Mexico; and Colon, Panama."

Just an FYI... there is no more operations that is "original" Westinghouse. All products sold under the name are paying CBS for licensing rights to use the name. Westinghouse nuclear operations is a subsidiary of Toshiba and Westinghouse appliances are made by Electrolux plants are two examples. To state it simply, there is no manufacturing plant of any sort that operates and reports as "Westinghouse."
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Home Depot has a few low-voltage landscape lights for 60% off:

1.2 Watt black [homedepot.com] - $1.99
1.2 Watt remington bronze [homedepot.com] - $2.79
2.4 Watt Remington bronze [homedepot.com]- $4.79
2.4 Watt black spotlight [homedepot.com] - $4.39

Free ship to store, or free shipping to your house with purchases over $45.
Thanks, bought 8 of the Bronze ones for my front walkway path.
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