|Suggested Room Fit||Living Room|
|Track Accessory Type||Remote Transformers|
|Watts Per Bulb||120|
This transformer is an enclosed class 2 electronic transformer. Combining class 2 transformers in a single package creates a single source to wire multiple runs of low voltage fixtures such as on an under cabinet system.
- Built-in auto reset
- Soft start technology - delayed start feature extends lamp life by delaying the abrupt inrush current to the lamp
- Short and overload circuit protection features
- Compatible with electronic low voltage (ELV) dimmers - always install dimmers on the primary side of the transformer
- Enclosure has knockouts on three sides - screw holes are located on one long side for securing enclosure in place
- Transformer Input: 120V
- Transformer Output: 12V
- Frequency: 20khz
- Minimum Load: 1 watt
- Maximum Load: 120 watts
- Length: 6"
- Width: 3.25"
- Height: 2.625"
- UL Listed: Yes
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Our SKU: EN-12120-RB2
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3 Questions from the Community
The WAC Lighting EN-12120-RB2 dimensions are 6" L x 3-1/4 W x 2 5/8" H. It is hardwired, and the term remote means its remotely wired, as in tucked away, not accessible.
What are the dimensions of the transformer. Does it plug in or hard wire? What does the term "remote" mean in the name "remote transformer"? Thanks
A. The WAC Lighting EN-12120-RB2 dimensions are 6" L x 3-1/4 W x 2 5/8" H. It is hardwired, and the term remote means its remotely wired, as in tucked away, not accessible.
The HR-86 are 20 watts each so if you only have two of them, then you should use the the WAC Lighting EN-1260-RB2.
I am installing 2 WAC lighting hr-86 puck lights. What transformer do I need? EN-1260-RB2 or EN-12120-RB2? What is the difference?
A. The HR-86 are 20 watts each so if you only have two of them, then you should use the the WAC Lighting EN-1260-RB2.
The WAC Lighting EN-12120-RB2 is the transformer that you would use for the 6 or 8 WAC HR 86.
What model transformer could I use to power 6 or 8 WAC HR 86 under cabinet buttons. Is there a multiple unit transformer that all buttons lights could hook into?
A. The WAC Lighting EN-12120-RB2 is the transformer that you would use for the 6 or 8 WAC HR 86.
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