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If you are asking if the unit can power LED lights, then the answer is "probably". It is just a 12 or 15v AC (depending on which terminal you use) power supply. Outdoor LED landscape fixtures use 12v AC as do LED landscape replacement bulbs. Plain 12v DC LED bulbs will not work. They will probably flicker horribly and then quicky fail.
Generally this is because of too much ambient light from Street lights or lights on your house. The unit doesn't think it is dark enough to turn on. Try relocating the photo sensor to a darker location.
Yes, this transformer has everything you need!
Yes it can. You need thicker Guage cable for the halogen or if you are going longer distances.
Assuming a 50 watt LED bulb consumes 6.5 watts. Total demand on transformer would be 110.5 watts for 17 bulbs, well within the capacity of the transformer. Size/rating of wire is a function of length and number of connections. Likely there's an electrical table/chart available to calculate the the size wire needed to maintain/supply voltage needed at each bulb/fixture.
I believe it is about 3 feet.
All I can tell you is I have a system with approximately 150 ft. It works, but the bulbs are certainly dimmer the further out you go. I have 25 lights on the system at 4 watts each, so I have max-out my system.
Bought two weeks. so far so good. easy to install and setup.
I don't see why you couldn't.
I have 80+ attached to my 4 Hampton Transformers and have been running them for 4 years. When I get flickering it is normally due to the connection between the lamp and the main wire. Occasionaly I have to give up on a lamp as the connectors that penetrate the main wire are bend. A new lamp is the solution. I am a happy user of the Hampton transformers and lights and to the price you cannot find anything better.