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#8683 - 03/31/02 12:32 AM low voltage lighting  
ken m  Offline
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can anyone direct me to some info regarding low voltage halogen accent lighting. particularly i'm looking for a system that consists of 2 parallel wires(cables) that support adjustible fixtures. the cables are connected with a turnbuckle for tension.
thx., ken m


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#8684 - 04/01/02 10:12 PM Re: low voltage lighting  
donles  Offline
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You could try Contractor's Choice Lighting. They have a website. I don't know it off hand but you will find it if you search for that name.
I think I've seen what you describe in their catalog.
Don


#8685 - 04/01/02 10:41 PM Re: low voltage lighting  
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Home Depot carries this product last time I checked in the lighting department.


#8686 - 04/02/02 08:36 AM Re: low voltage lighting  
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I use "Kable Light" from Tech Lighting. It is a high quality (expensive) product that is far better than what the depot carries. The have a website www.techlighting.com Be aware that your first time out you might find this stuff to be a pain to install. Any questions post here or e mail I'll be glad to help.
Scott


#8687 - 04/04/02 02:33 AM Re: low voltage lighting  
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The Contractors Choice Lighting website is http://www.go2lighting.com/



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