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Nuvi Deck Sconce

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Nuvi Deck Sconce

Product Highlights

  • Add safety a welcome glow with a chic outdoor sconce
  • Tough vinyl alloy in matte black & textured white
  • 12V dimmable LED, wet rated for outdoor use
  • Includes template for accurate screw placement
  • Lights are hard wired; you’ll need a transformer
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Product Details

Color Black
Length 3 inches
Material Aluminum with powder-coated finish
What Is Included 1 deck sconce
Width 1 inch
Height 3 inches
Weight 0.21 lb
Brand Deckorators
Country of Origin
Vendor Ship Profile expected to ship within 5-7 business days
Warranty
Lighting Source 12V LED - Dimmable
Battery Needed
Can Be Used With

Product Overview

Low-voltage outdoor lighting is a great choice when you solar lights won't work for you. This sophisticated dimmable outdoor sconce directs light downward. It can fit in a variety of locations, giving you a lot of flexibility. Mount the light on a post, a wall, even by your back door. We love them on outdoor porch stair posts—the light pairs beautifully with the Luna step lights.

Nuvi Deck Sconces are part of the Deckorators® by Hinkley outdoor lighting collection. For outdoor use only.

Technical details:

  • 1.2 watts
  • 100 lumens
  • 10W incandescent equivalent
  • 2700 color warmth
  • ETL listed, wet rated for outdoor use with or without gang box

Installation instructions: can be found here. 

TRANSFORMER REQUIRED. These low-voltage lights cannot be hooked up to an ordinary electrical outlet. They’ll need to be connected to a transformer to reduce 120-volt household electricity to a safe 12-volt current. You will need a 12V AC system or a 9-15V DC system if you’re using a remote or dimmer.

WHICH SIZE TRANSFORMER WILL I NEED?

You will need a transformer that exceeds the total wattage of the lights you are tying together. You should aim for the total wattage to be about 60% capacity of the transformer. To figure out the total wattage, add up the wattage of each fixture being used.

For example, if you’re using 10 lights rated at 1.5 watts each, your system’s total wattage is 15 watts. You’ll want a transformer with a load of 25 watts—60% of 25 = 15. If you have questions, our customer service team can assist.

Do not connect to extension cords.

Low-voltage cable and cable connectors can be buried no more than 6 inches deep.

See installation instructions for details.

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