Many customers have problems in installing a dimmable transformer in a cabinet. Let GEB lighting show you how to solve this problem. You can use a licensed electrician for 110-volt home wiring project. In our spec sheet, you can have a quick view for the wiring diagram. Our transfer can work with a Lutron low voltage magnetic dimmer. Here are the steps of how to install a dimmable transfer in a cabinet.
1. You should install the transfer in a cabinet, under a sink or in a pantry. Keep in mind that the transformer also needs room to breathe. Do not cover your transformer or mount it in wall.
2. It’s easy to get a transformer. You can find it in store anywhere. We use an armored cable to go from the transformer to a switched outlet. It’s a 3/8-inch easy flex whip. You can cut the armored cable to any length you need and then reinstall the snap and end connectors to a metal outlet cover.
3. Then you should add the armored cable to the switched outlet, open the hole in the transformer to install the other end of the cable. When you finish this, attach the wires to the transformer.
4. After you finished the steps above, wire the low voltage LED wiring to your transformer. The red one is the 12-volt positive side and the blue one is the negative side. When you are wiring GEB’s cables, cut off one end of the connectors, separate and strip the wires and then you can find a white letting, which is going to be the positive side of the cable. Finally connect your inspired LED cables to your transformer. Check it carefully and make sure that your positive side is going to the red cable and your negative wire is going to the blue one.
5. You can use a plastic connector to keep your output wires stale, which snaps into your transformer.
Feel free to call us or email us if you have any problems in installing your transformer. You are welcome any time you like.