Wiring Instructions

STEP 1:
Attach the stakes to each of your lights and place them in the ground where you want them (i.e., 12-15 feet apart for walkways).

STEP 2:
Place your transformer near your outlet. Attach the low voltage cable (12-gauge, 2-strand) to the transformer and roll out your cable to each of the lights (meaning from light to light, not from the transformer to each light individually – see diagram). Allow 1-2 feet extra at each light in case you want to adjust your positions later on.

STEP 3:
Cut the wires at each position and wire together like the diagram above.

    You’ll be joining 3 wires together:

  • The wire from the transformer or the last light
  • The wire from the light
  • The wire that leads to the next light

Notes:
You can run multiple lines from your transformer, but each line should not exceed 100 feet or six lights. Lights usually have 12, 18 or 25-watt bulbs in them. Add up your total wattage (example: 3 lights x 12 watts = 36 watts total), and make sure your transformer has enough wattage to handle the load.