The 12V in-lite system

The in-lite system operates at 12 volts (low voltage). This means that the 230 volts of

power from the socket is converted to 12 volts by a transformer. This is a safe

voltage, making in-lite lighting easy to connect and reposition by the consumer.

See what system components you need to install the in-lite system.







12 volt in-lite



You will never have a short circuit in your house with the in-lite system. In the unlikely event that a fixture becomes defective, all other lights will stay on.
Should a short circuit occur in the system, the transformer will not be affected and the circuit breaker in the house will not trip.


Transformater installation

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CC-2 cable connectors and extension cord

Apart from the basic necessities for a properly functioning in-lite system, we also offer a number of handy extra system parts. The cable connectors, for instance, make it possible to easily create one or more cable branches in order to lead the cable along the various fixtures. And if you want to install an outdoor light further away from the 12 volt cable, you can use an extension cord. The extension cords are available in 1, 2 and 3 meters. This cord is placed between the mini-connector for the fixture and the one for the Easy-Lock.

easy-lock & cc-2 cable connector

The Easy-Lock and CC-2 cable connector can be attached in the blink of an eye. A cable clamp is used to place the cable in the connector. Twisting the cap places pressure on the contacts in the cable insulation material, creating a strong connection. The special gel in the connector protects the connection from moisture and other external influences. The composition of the cable casing protects the cable from damage. This makes it possible to move the Easy-Lock and CC-2 and to easily adapt your lighting plan at any time.

Easy-lock with every fixture

The in-lite Easy-Lock connector comes standard with every in-lite fixture.
With this connector you can connect any in-lite fixture anywhere on the main cable.

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