Model # TR120CS

Internet #203844663

Westek 120-Watt Black Remote Electrical Transformer
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Westek

120-Watt Black Remote Electrical Transformer

$29.99 /each

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Included in low-Volt age accent light kits. Also sold separately for add-ons. Mounts out of sight and comes with a basic on/off cord switch and mounting hardware. Handles up to six 20-Watt or twelve 10-Watt accent lights (per 120-Watt transformer). Includes: 9 ft. power cord and mounting hardware for use with low-Volt age accent lights only. XP10, XP20, XP30, XP40 Xenon low-Volt age accent light series and AL20, SR60, SW60, SR120 Halogen low-Volt age accent light series.

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is a tr120 the same as a tr120cs?

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Not sure what TR120 would be but the TR120CS is the transformer for low voltage accent lights - 120 Watts 11.5 Volts
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Westek 120 Watt Transformer (120V to 12V) The Westek transformer was defective from the manufacturer. It didn't "transform" electricity to the lower voltage. This made it very difficult for an amateur (me) to know why my under-cabinet Westek lights did not turn on. Fortunately, I had a voltage meter which showed that their was "current" both at the plug and (hard part) AT THE TRANSFORMER. If the transformer was working, I would have had "no reading" at the transformer (due to the lower voltage). Also, as I bought this at HOME DEPOT, I ordered two single line Westek transformers (vs. one that was fed with two lines), and, they WORKED! More importantly, the Home Depot exchange clerk believed me! Thanks Home Depot. January 27, 2015
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