|Product Depth (in.)||8.98||Product Height (in.)||8.9 in|
|Product Length (in.)||5.5 in||Product Width (in.)||5.51|
|Exterior Lighting Accessory Type||Transformers||Exterior Lighting Product Type||Landscape Lighting Kit|
|Material||Polycarbonate||Outdoor Lighting Features||Timer|
|Product Weight (lb.)||6.39||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 years|
A: I am assuming that the other lights are properly lit up. The first being dimmer means that you have a weak connection where the lamp wire clamps onto the main 14/2 wire. Just remove the lamp wire, tape the old connection spot and reconnect in a new spot. This should solve your problem. It happens to me periodically in my 3 transformers and 30 lite setup.
A: Might be a defective LED on that first light if all the others down stream are lit. Can switch out the first led and see if the new first lights.
A: Divide the number of lights by total 200 watts and that will tell you the maximum per bulb. So 200 ÷ 20=10 watts per bulb however it's never a good idea to max anything out.
A: "Should" be fine - based on limited info on the 20 lamps. Most pathway lamps are below 10 watts but spotlights can pull more. Your cable run (length) can affect your power budget so lower loss cable may help if multiple spot lamps are desired.
A: Should especially if they're led bulbs
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