It is comparable with a standard size single gauge box, I use the low voltage box and a Decora cover plate.
The led dimmers go on the output side of the transformer. You can't put a dimmer on the input side of the transformer.
I'm not sure. I think you could use the dimmer that is physically connected to the light string at one location, then connect a wireless switch at the other location. I only use the wireless switch (which also has a dimmer function), but the power unit connected to the led strips does have its own dial dimmer--it's just up on top of the cabinets where I can't reach it. It might also be possible to use two wireless switches and locate the powered control out of the way. I'd look at the Armacost web site; they have a lot of detailed instructions.
Yes they will
should work as long as dimmer kept dry, not ul listed for wet location. led transformer to power supply needs 40w capacity
It dims from 0-12 volts dc.
Low voltage dimmer only. Has no transformer or voltage converter function.
The dimmer knobs are replaceable in that they can be removed and/or exchanged. However, it is not a part we have readily available so in the event of a defect, you would have to file a warranty claim* and receive a new dimmer entirely. You can then swap out the knobs or install the new dimmer. *Limited 2 year warranty for dimmers from the date of purchase. Email us at email@example.com for more information
We recommend using a single dimmer or color controller with every power supply in your circuit. Wiring more than one dimmer or controller to a single power supply could result in adverse lighting effects such as interference or flickering.