Model # 8100-0200-01

Internet #202059606

Malibu Low-Voltage 200-Watt Digital Transformer
0885305001965

Discontinued Malibu

Low-Voltage 200-Watt Digital Transformer

  • Use with 120-volt standard household plugs
  • 200 watt rating to accommodate your landscape lighting needs
  • Includes modes for timer, clock, and remote photo eye
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Product Overview

  • Use with 120-volt standard household plugs
  • 200 watt rating to accommodate your landscape lighting needs
  • Includes modes for timer, clock, and remote photo eye
Supply electricity to your landscape lighting system with this DIY-friendly Malibu Low-Voltage Outdoor 200-Watt Digital Transformer. This power pack transformer also functions to reduce the standard 120-Volt household current to a safer 12 VAC.
  • Durable, heavy-duty metal construction
  • Use with 120-Volt standard household plugs and compatible low-voltage lights
  • 200-Watt rating to accommodate your landscape lighting needs
  • Includes modes for timer, clock, and remote photo eye with 5 ft. of cable
  • Water-resistant housing and weather-resistant cable
  • Self-sealing cable with insulated stranded copper wire
  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Multi-function
  • Warning-not suitable for use with Malibu low-voltage submersible floodlight model 8301-9501-01
  • DIY installation with plug-in power cord
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Product Overview

  • Use with 120-volt standard household plugs
  • 200 watt rating to accommodate your landscape lighting needs
  • Includes modes for timer, clock, and remote photo eye
Model #: 8100-0200-01
Internet #: 202059606

Supply electricity to your landscape lighting system with this DIY-friendly Malibu Low-Voltage Outdoor 200-Watt Digital Transformer. This power pack transformer also functions to reduce the standard 120-Volt household current to a safer 12 VAC.

  • Durable, heavy-duty metal construction
  • Use with 120-Volt standard household plugs and compatible low-voltage lights
  • 200-Watt rating to accommodate your landscape lighting needs
  • Includes modes for timer, clock, and remote photo eye with 5 ft. of cable
  • Water-resistant housing and weather-resistant cable
  • Self-sealing cable with insulated stranded copper wire
  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Multi-function
  • Warning-not suitable for use with Malibu low-voltage submersible floodlight model 8301-9501-01
  • DIY installation with plug-in power cord
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.133
Product Height (in.)
8.25 in
Product Length (in.)
8.25 in
Product Width (in.)
4.72 in

Details

Exterior Lighting Accessory Type
Transformers
Material
Metal
Outdoor Lighting Features
Weather Resistant
Product Weight (lb.)
11.13 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Wattage (watts)
200

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.133
Product Height (in.)
8.25 in
Product Length (in.)
8.25 in
Product Width (in.)
4.72 in

Details

Exterior Lighting Accessory Type
Transformers
Material
Metal
Outdoor Lighting Features
Weather Resistant
Product Weight (lb.)
11.13 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Wattage (watts)
200

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

I have a 200 watt unit--it will be 2 yrs old on 5/30/16. It has worked fine. Now it stays on 24 hrs, regardless of the setting. It will not turn off.

Asked by: recycler
It probably got a power surge and that's scrambled the electronics. Just recently happened to me. I'll stick with mechanical timers from now on, easier to keep running and the brains won't get fried when a power surge happens.
Answered by: ThePrisoner
Date published: 2017-06-30

Lights not working

I insalled all the transformer with 5 LED lights, everything worked perfect for 8 days, now the lights don't turn on, I have to reset the circuit, they lights turn on for 15 seconds and they go off again, any clues? I already checked all the wires and everything seems to be perfect, could it be the transformer? Thanks
Asked by: alexnaha
I'm on the 3rd in 1 1/2 years too! What's up with these things?
Answered by: troy
Date published: 2017-02-12

for how many lights is this transformer?

Asked by: joseG
You have to total up your lights wattage, this wattage total should not exceed the transformers max wattage.
Answered by: bklynz00
Date published: 2016-03-29

HOW do you run 2 separate lines from this unit?

I saw in previous Q&A that you can run two separate lines... however, I think there is only 1 spot for them to attach to the transformer. How do you properly connect the second line?
Asked by: Gretchen
If you have extra wire left over from your first run that is long enough to accommodate your second run, cut it off about a foot beyond your last light connection. Put a piece of duct tape over the end. Take the spare piece of wire, strip the ends and hook it up to the same terminals as the first run. If you don't have enough wire, purchase another roll and use it hooked up the same way. The terminals will easily accommodate two sets of wires.
Answered by: atridim
Date published: 2016-09-30
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Customer Reviews

Low-Voltage 200-Watt Digital Transformer is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 155.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Only one on-off period My last 200W Malibu had the old, familiar plastic clock face with movable pegs for setting the on-off periods. It came with two sets of pegs so you could have the lights come on in the evening, go off at midnight or so, then back on for a while in the early morning hours. The new digital version has lots of options, but only allows one on-off period. To accomplish what I am used to, I'll have to install a timer between the power and the transformer. Don't product developers ever use their own products? I've had good luck with Malibu transformers, but I could have done without the digital clock (that you can hardly read in the daylight) and wish they would not have eliminated the additional time period.
Date published: 2012-05-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Listen to the Reviews! I should have read the reviews before buying this...my old Malibu (with the rotary timer and pins) never gave me a lick of trouble...until a hail storm did a number on it. I bought this unit to replace it. At first, I was like some of the five-star reviewers - loved it! First, it fit perfectly onto the old mounting screws which made me very happy that I didn't have to drill into brick (and the reason for replacing with the same brand), second - the dusk/dawn sensor and digital read-out are vast improvements over fumbling with pins, and finally, the magnetic door to seal everything away from the elements (like hail) is awesome. However, that's where the love ends. After just three months of flawless on-at-dusk/off-at-set-number-of-hours timing, the circuit breaker decided to go haywire. At first I thought it was the South Texas heat, but then I read all of these reviews. I go out and hit the breaker, lights come on, within 30 minutes (time varies) they're off again. I'm off to buy another brand. Yes, it's under warranty...but A) who saves receipts for purchases under $100? B) is it worth the hassle to call their 800 number, get a return authorization, box it up, wait, etc.? Nope.
Date published: 2012-07-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from didnt last 6 months got mine in Nov 2013, stopped working in march 2014. Brought back to home depot - of course i dont have a receipt - and becuase of that i need to send to malibu for warranty of 1 yr. home depot would exchange under 90days with receipt. bottom line, you are risking defect - save receipt and be prepared to pay shipping to malibu for warranty. someone please comment if you know of a brand thats any good, i use 4 of these to run my lights. i am tired of the junk !!!!!
Date published: 2014-04-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from only works for short period of time I don't know why I went back for the 3rd one to replace the ones that didn't work prior. It worked great for about 1 month, then it wouldn't turn off. Then I got another one & the breaker keeps tripping; same for the next one. I should have stopped then, but off to buy another brand & hope for the best.
Date published: 2012-07-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from low quality I wished I had read the reviews before buying the second unit after I had trouble with the first. I have the SAME problem with the circuit breaker tripping. I spent about a day troubleshooting the problem and all along it was the weak breaker the Chinese put in this. I am going all US whenever possible, regardless of cost. It is either getting value at a price or frustrating junk from China.
Date published: 2012-07-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy this. it's garbage It lasted a year. The transformer kept going out and began making a loud buzzing sound.
Date published: 2017-01-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality control I own a lighting business and purchase these often. About 1 in 5 of these is defective. No power (dead), no clock, time will not set, etc.
Date published: 2012-08-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Old one lasted about 2 years so had to buy a new one. I bought this same transformer approximately 3 years ago and in less than 2 years it became intermittant in its operation. I first noticed that the magnet holding the cover closed came out and no longer held the door closed, so I put a strap around the door to hold it closed. In just under 2 years the transformer began losing its settings periodically. I also found that the push buttons became very hard to depress to reset the timer. In a little over 2 years the timer function stopped working altogether so I bought a new transformer of the same type a few weeks ago. It appears the magnet design has been improved, the timer pushbuttoms are much easier to depress and the transformer has been working fine so far.
Date published: 2014-03-25
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