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Very nicely done video with detailed explanation. Now, I can get on with similar project for my kitchen cabinets. Thanks!!
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Lucky there was a low voltage box available for fishing wire. Watched video with no sound though.
That is the most dangerous way to wiring an electrical circuit, you should always wire and fix all secondary electrical items before making a connection into the fuseboard, regardless of the circuit being isolated first. I'm not sure of the electrical regulations in the USA, but would a qualified electrian be required to terminate connects in a existing circuit that has the potential to become live? I doubt if the glow stick is sufficent enough to prove a circuit is dead either.
Also if there is a cavity behind the cupboards why not run all cables within the wall cavity, and thus all cables are invisible
Ron, your the man, excellent video, great job. I had one question, why you used metal conduit into transformer. In you basement I saw other metal conduit but no metal on your wire run there. Please explain. Brad
Very informative video, but the one part I really needed to hear/see was wiring the dimmer control or transformer. The Magnetic Dimmer Driver transformer i have has black and white for high voltage and white and black for low voltage to the lights. I have a wall outlet above the stove for the microwave so I am using a 16 ga, 13 A, 125 V plug to power cord to the transformer. I have a schematic, but it is confusing to me. I plan to contact the co. I purchase the lights from tomorrow. But for now (Sunday evening) I watched your video and just thought I would see what you think? Where I am lost is at my Skylark dimmer sw. It has two reds and one black wire coming out and the green ground. The Skylark has a slide switch for dimming and a rocker sw. for on / off. This is what I think, please correct me if I am wrong... I need to wire the black dimmer wire to the black power cord wire? The red dimmer wire to the black xformer wire? I think I need to cap the extra red wire out of the dimmer sw.? This leaves the low voltage wiring. Since the wire to the LED lights are only black, I assume it doesn't matter which wire connects to the low voltage.... red and white wires? Great video on wiring up the lights and how to get power to the xformer and how to get power to the light. The segment where he was wiring the xformer was hidden and wasn't covered in detail.Best Regards,BJ Brown
ouch...they are pricey! I installed some GE LED strips that don't need a transformer. Home Depot has them-- about 40-50 dollars a strip. Unfortunately not dimmable, but MUCH cheaper than these Albeo Talea lights!
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Very nice! I love how you explain AND demonstrate every step. Thank you.
The LED lights used in this video are manufactured by Albeo Technologies andare sold online by Polar-Ray.com .
I WOULD LIK ETO KNOW WHERE TO BUY THE LED LIGHT FOR UNDER THE KITCHEN KIBENITS?
Did you get the information on this lighting he used?
That is great. Very informative. I actually wired this all up while remodeling my kitchen. I went to the local home depot and was told that the power should run directly to the transformer, no thru the switch.? What is the name of the lighting used in this video?