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Aerlingus

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I recently had a call out to look at a lighting circuit that had an Aurora Dimmable Transformer 50 - 210 W/VA feeding two seperate spotlight circuits. One has three spotlights which are working fine. The other has six with three working fine and three just about lit. The transformer is therefor incompatible. Any suggestions as too what transformer to replace the existing unit?
 
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Grae79

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u have that one tranny supplying all 9 spots or is there one for each circuit? if it's just the one then is no wonder it's struggling.

if the existing one's still working it'll be fine on the 3 spots circuit. as for the other circuit, gonna have to split it up if possible, 2x3, 3x2; don't think you'll find a tranny capable of running the 6 spots.
 
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Aerlingus

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Would it not be easier to just choc block it? Therefore no need for the transformer?
 
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Grae79

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lost me completely there am afraid....surely you need the tranny if they're ELV spots?
 
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