Mounting Examples

New ConstructionNew Construction
New Kitchen With Access To Power On Top.
A Preferred transformer location
B Optional transformer location. Drill hole in back of cabinet to run wires
C Lights and optional switch
D Optional switch location

Optional: Drill hole in back of cabinet for cables, mount transformer inside cabinet. Power transformer by plugging into duplex or hardwire by licensed electrician.

Note: If you have a switchable outlet above or beneath the cabinet plug the transformer directly to the outlet. Dimmer may be used. If you do not have a switchable outlet, use the switch and switch-rig, or the touch or rotary dimmer.

 

 

Back of Wall Cabinet
E Plug transformer into duplex or hardwire by licensed electrician
F Furring Strip (Top/Bottom)


 

 


Bottom of Wall Cabinet

If using optional switch, mount switch on bottom of cabinet or wall.

Option: Use switch and switch rig set if switchable outlet is not available.
Use optional wire management to conceal cable on bottom. Custom fit if necessary.

 

 


Retrofit Power Above Cabinets

Outlet:
Note: Plug transformer into duplex or hardwire by licensed electricianH Optional transformer location
I Wires to lights and switch
J Cut 3/8“ diameter holes through cabinet to run wires. (10 mm = 3/8“)
K Lights and optional switch
L Optoinal switch location

 

 

Wall Unit Bottom

Drill holes (10 mm each / 3/8“) through bottom and shelves to run cables
Use optional wire management to conceal cable on bottom. Custom fit if necessary. 

 

 


Retrofit Application With Power On Bottom

Wall Cabinet Bottom


Wall Cabinet Bottom
Note: 
Plug transformer into switched outlet or hardwire by licensed electrician.

 

Wall Cabinet Bottom
using the optional switch

Note: 
Electrician to connect switch as in line switch. Plug Transformer into duplex. Use optional wire management to conceal cable on bottom. Custom fit if necessary.