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Kichler 12353BK Black
Kichler 12353WH White
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How many 12353 power supply are required? I will be ordering 3 12305 but the cabinets are separated. One by the range and one is on another side of the kitchen.
A. The Kichler 12353 is rated for 50 watts, which means it can power up to 50 watts worth of fixtures. Each of the 12305 needs 12 watts. Also, you might want to look at the newer version of this system. The 12305 is being replaced with the 12315, each of which uses 8.5 watts.
What are the dimensions of this transformer?
A. The Kichler 12353 transformer is 6 inches by 4 inches
where do you plug the low voltage in, do you need to order a special adaptor ?
A. Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, an adapter is required for the Kichler 12353. They are available in different lengths, for instance the 9" length is the Kichler 12341 Under Cabinet 9 Inch LED Lighting Interconnect Cable.
where do you plug the transformer in?
A. The Kichler 12353 is actually a transformer.
How does this connect to the Kichler 12310?
This will also require a driver which is model 12354, and an interconnect cable in order for the two to connect. The available cables are the Kichler 12341, 10572, 12343 and 12342, and are just of different lengths.
How many lights can be plugged into one transformer unit?
The Kichler 12353 is rated for 50 watts, which means it can power up to 50 watts worth of fixtures.
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