WAC Lighting Under Cabinet Lights
- Light Bars
Light bars from WAC Lighting come in a wide variety of styles and sizes. From the newest and most energy efficient LED technology with the ability to fully dim, to the ever popular line and low voltage light bars and small fluorescent bars, you will certainly find exactly what you are looking for to light your countertops.
- Linear Track
Linear track is a unique way to light under or over cabinets, in coves or shelving. Linear track is a miniature track that accepts miniature directional fixtures as well as tiny reflector fixtures that will evenly light your space. When selecting linear track, keep in mind you will need a power feed, transformer, the track and whichever fixtures you select.
- Puck Lights
Puck lights are a small fixture that can be recessed into the cabinet or mounted right on the surface. WAC Lighting also offers a miniature recessed line of lighting that gives you the ability to recess a fixture right into the top of a cabinet or a shelving system. Puck lights are a very popular and minimalist way to light your countertops.
- LED Tape
InvisiLED tape light from WAC Lighting is a futuristic way to light up countertops, coves, cabinets and anywhere else you envision. At a very low profile 1/8 of an inch, the LED tape can be installed virtually anywhere. A wide variety of tapes are available from the classic 12 volt tape to the ultra high output InvisiLED Pro Series 2.
- How long of a run can I make with linear track?
Linear track is limited to a run of 20 feet on a 12 volt system. The maximum wattage per run is capped at 240 watts. When purchasing fixtures, keep this maximum wattage in mind.
- Is there a limit to the number of puck lights on a single transformer?
Both puck lights and miniature recessed lights require a class 2 transformer, which is limited to 60 watts per output. Generally the mini-recessed and puck lights use 20 watt bulbs, so you would be limited to three fixtures. However, WAC has created transformers with multiple outputs to allow for multiple outputs on a single transformer making the number of fixtures you may use as high as 300 watts (15 fixtures). With the LED puck lights, a special driver is required which can power from one to four fixtures at the same time.
- What do I need to make a complete LED tape system?
InvisiLED tape light requires only two basic components to operate: a transformer and the LED tape itself. You optionally have the choice to add joiner cables, connectors and mounting clips to customize your layout.