Model # HD22007

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Hampton Bay 12-Volt Low-Voltage 600-Watt Transformer

Discontinued Hampton Bay

12-Volt Low-Voltage 600-Watt Transformer

  • Made of durable, weatherproof metal
  • Compatible with submersible lights and multi-volt terminals
  • Adjustable "on" time
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Product Overview

Hampton Bay power packs provide convenient features and flexibility to design simple or more elaborate landscape lighting designs. This 12-Volt Low-Voltage 600-Watt Transformer includes a photocell, digital timer and ground shield, making it safe for use with submersible lights and multi-voltage terminals (12-volt, 13-volt, 14-volt and 15-volt), which help compensate for voltage drops in high wattage / longer wire runs. For versatility, the "on" time can be set from one to nine hours after dusk.

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Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Length (in.)
8.66 in
Product Width (in.)


Exterior Lighting Accessory Type
Outdoor Lighting Features
Dusk to Dawn,Weather Resistant
Product Weight (lb.)
Wattage (watts)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

When do you expect these transformers to be in stock again? Thanks!

Asked by: Anonymous
they stock them constantly
Answered by: awi1
Date published: 2015-09-20

how do i programe this transformer to come on at 8 pm and shut off at 1 am?

Asked by: barry
Hi Barry, the transformer use the photocell to come ON on both the Dusk to Dawn and the digital timer. You can only set a timer for 1-9 hours after dusk. You can't set a start time. In your case, the digital timer set to 4-5 hours is probably what you need.
Answered by: ParadiseBrandExpert
Date published: 2015-09-20

what is the longest recommended length of runs ?

I am using 12-2 wire and have about 9 lights to a run, at 20 watts per light. However, my longest run will be about 200 ft. I ran my wire using the "t" method as to help split the power. Will this be adequate or should i use another transformer closer to the lights?
Asked by: hoosier
According to the specs, you can run 12 gauge wire between 150' - 250', with maximum watts of 180. As long as you don't tip the 180 your configuration falls within the parameters. Maximum wattage between 240 and 300 can only be run up to 75' using 12 gauge.
Answered by: zeplynne
Date published: 2015-11-06

Is the 12v output a/c or d/c voltage. I cannot find the manual that came with mine nor can I find it on line.

I bought my HD 22007 over two years ago and I now want to add more lights. I prefer LED for the low wattage consumption. I see that not all transformers are D/C which can cause problems with some landscaping lighting. Knowing which output I have will aid me in selecting the correct lighting.
Asked by: Texan
Hi Texan! Here's the link for the online manual in case you didn't find it yet:
Answered by: ParadiseBrandExpert
Date published: 2016-01-18
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Customer Reviews

12-Volt Low-Voltage 600-Watt Transformer is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 52.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mulit-tap voltage terminals an absolute must! The biggest negative about low voltage landscape lighting is the inevitable “voltage drop” when using long runs of wire. While the amount of the drop can be reduced by using a thicker gauge wire there’s still going to be a drop in voltage which results in dimmer lights and higher amperage which will burn out the lamps (bulbs) faster. This transformer allows you to compensate for that by pushing more volts thru the wire so that by the time it gets to the fixtures it’s a true 12 volts. A voltmeter is a must so you can test the voltage at the fixture. At 12 volts from the terminal I was reading 10.6 volts at the fixtures (I’m using 12 gauge wire by the way). So I moved the wire to the 14 volt terminal and now I have 11.9-12.1 volts at each fixture. Running the wire in a loop whereby you run the wire from the transformer out and back to the transformer so you will actually have two sets of wires to connect to the transformer is also a great trick to even out the voltage across all lights. This avoids having the light closest to the transformer bright and the light at the end of the wire dim. You must take care to connect the same side of each wire to the same terminal or else you risk blowing the transformer so use a multi-meter to test for continuity. If you don’t understand any of this you probably shouldn’t attempt. Lastly, I didn’t realize that the photocell was attached to the transformer. I assumed that it came with a tether so you could place the transformer in a garage and run the photocell outside. Not a big deal as I ended up mounting outside anyway. Good luck!
Date published: 2012-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product for all landscape lighting projects We just built a new home and one of our first projects was to install landscape lighting. We put in 16 lights and ran over 400ft of wiring so we needed a transformer that could handle this without losing any of the brightness of the low wattage lights especially at the end of the runs. The Hampton Bay 12V 600w Low Voltage Transformer not only gave us the flexibility to add several lines but the output kept all lighting consistent around the house. Photo Cell is perfectly sensitive enough to come on at dusk and the timer was easy to set. Our home looks like a million bucks even at night!
Date published: 2013-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Do-It-Yourself backyard lighting I bought this transformer to install backyard lighting. It was easy to install and without much work and few screws into the house. (I love the effect of the up-lights into the trees at night). I really enjoy the light sensor on the transformer where the lights come on at dust and go off three hours later. It all makes my backyard feel like a resort...every night.
Date published: 2013-05-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Looks nice, but had to return it It uses a digital switch to change modes (from auto/timer/manual/etc). When it looses power to the unit, it doesn't remember what mode it is in so it essentially gets reset to scratch. This wasn't acceptable for my use case so I returned the unit. Return was smooth - it is nice to be able to return something so heavy directly to the store instead of shipping it back.
Date published: 2012-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great transformer! I had a 300 watt Hampton Bay that was very reliable but mde a slight high pitched sound. (Still use it). I used the 14V setting and had plenty of power. I upgraded to this version and it is quiet, very reliable, and can handle a huge load. I also like that you can move from 12v to 13 v to 14v to 15v and test to see which setting offers your system the best power level to get the light level where you want it -- it's like adjusting a dimmer switch to the level you want-- a huge factor for me! Turns out the 12 v level gives nice lighting but if I want it brighter I can reconnect the wires to stronger voltage.
Date published: 2011-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased This transformer has 2 legs for power, 300W for each leg. It also has a feature of selecting 12v, 13v, 14v, 15v. I am using 13v, as my runs are very long. At the end of each run, there is no dimness of lighting as with cheaper models. I also use the Auto function, so it runs at night only. So far, very pleased with the product. The only downfall is it weighs 80 lbs. However, that's probably a good thing as a good quality transformer itself should weigh a lot.
Date published: 2014-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This transformer is very well made with great features Excellent feature for turning on automatically at dusk and off at dawn. Very well built and allows for different terminals of different voltage to allow for lighting adjustment for longer runs of lights. This unit is very heavy and must be mounted with appropriate hardware.
Date published: 2013-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value This product is sold under several brand names: Moonrays, Paradise, Hampton Bay. HD price was the lowest by 20-30 bucks. Product is very solid, two 300 watt channels with variable connect ports to raise the voltage for long runs. The photo electric sensor allows settings to keep your lights on exactly how long you'd like. Digital readout, weatherproof, overall a fine product. Make sure you use heavy screws/lag bolts to attach the unit to the wall (and hit a stud) as this unit is HEAVY. I mounted the unit on an eastern exposure wall, shaded a little by bushes. The photo eye still works fine, no problem. Make sure you lights don't shine towards the unit as this might confuse the sensor.
Date published: 2013-01-29
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