Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if my lighting is up to code?
The NEC codes for low voltage lighting are 411 and 725. All of our products and procedures follow these codes and if you follow our How To guide you can be sure that all your work is up to code too.
There is a specific fixture that I really want but it’s only 120V.
There are two options. Our suggestion is to try and retrofit the fixture using LED bulbs. If there are fewer than six bulbs in the fixture there is a good chance that the fixture can be installed with LED bulbs and controlled using our DR2 dimmer and driver. This will ensure that you won't lose any smart capabilities. The second option is to wire the light with traditional 120V lighting. This approach doesn’t give you the same smart control as our products but gets the job done.
What if I need a slightly different product?
If you need something more specific for a project or need one of our products modified, contact us through phone or email and we’ll see if we can figure out a solution.
Can I replace my traditional 120V lights I have with smart DC lights?
Our lighting solution is designed for new construction and not retrofit. To install low voltage DC lighting you would need to rewire most of your lights and switches which can get expensive quick. If you are dying to have our lights in your house you can always send us an email and we can see what we can do.
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