12-volt is safer than 110-volt. Feel at ease
knowing your low-voltage
lighting system poses no risk of accidental
12-volt operating expense is approximately 1/3
less than 110-volt lamps.
The longer you operate a low-voltage system, the
more money you save.
Installation costs are approximately 1/10 as much
for 12-volt. Low voltage lighting allows for a more functional
lighting system at a fraction of the
cost of traditional high-voltage systems.
12-volt lamps give beam control rather than the
omni direction flare associated with 110-volt lamps; therefore,
allow for more exact,
specialized lighting effects to be incorporated
into your low-voltage
For wattages of 75 or less, there are over 100
(one hundred) 12-volt lamps available, compared to 12 (twelve) 120
volt lamps. Eliminate problems of fixture and lamp availability
along with concerns of limited selection
when you choose low-voltage lighting.
12-volt lamps are capable of compact design
therefore yield more compact fixtures. Focus onlooker attention on
the lighting effect as apposed to the light source.
12-volt lamps produce a better quality of light
than 110-volt. Experience subtle natural lighting effects when you
specify low-voltage lighting.
12-volt lamps are available in a wide range of
quartz halogen, not available to 110-volt. Again, the diverse
varieties of low-voltage fixtures and lamps insure that you can
create the lighting effects necessary for any installation.
Control of 12-volt outdoor lighting is available
as an easy, low cost after thought. This is a rare feature for the
more expensive 110-volt lighting.
Fully automated low-voltage lighting systems
are easily attained by adding various, inexpensive control options
to the existing system. There are multiple control options
available for you to choose from.