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In-lite Low Voltage Lighting System

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High Quality Low Voltage Outdoor Garden Lighting from the lighting professionals 'in-lite'.

The in-lite garden lighting range offers a fabulous selection of high quality outdoor lights that can be easily and safely installed by everybody, without the need for an electrician.

All light fittings in the in-lite 12v garden lighting range are supplied with energy efficient LEDs. That means low energy consumption and a long lifespan.

Whether you are lighting for security, safety or ambiance, in-lite encompasses leading quality and performance.

All in-lite products come with a 5 year guarantee and outstanding customer service and technical support. They offer the complete outdoor lighting design solution.

The in-lite 12 volt system offers safe low voltage outdoor garden lighting for landscapes and outdoor spaces. Leading design, quality, and performance!

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In-lite 12v Garden Lights System

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In-lite use a low voltage 'Plug & Play' cabling system for their 12v garden and outdoor lighting system.

The advantage of the 12v system is that you do not require special technical knowledge for installation. You really can do it yourself or add it to the activities of your landscaper.

We always recommend first creating a lighting plan and cable plan.

It's simple to install and easy to illuminate.

Please Note plug and play connectors are not inter-changeable between brands such as Konstsmide and in-lite.

Each fixture features an Easy-Lock connector, which makes it easier to connect lighting to the cables. The Easy-Lock is an important part of the garden lighting system and guarantees good contact with the outdoor cable. The Easy-Lock can simply be placed in the ground; the special gel protects the connection against moisture and other external influences.

The safety of low voltage and the simplicity of this lighting system makes it possible for anyone to install this lighting themselves.

In-Lite Low Voltage Cables & Connectors

The modular design of in-lite's low voltage outdoor cables means you can easily adapt and change your garden lighting design as your garden matures and changes through the seasons.

Extension cables can be used to connect light fittings located in a remote area. Extension cables are available in 1m, 3m lengths.

The Twin Cable Connector can be used to create multiple cable 'branches' or 'runs'. Try using the Twin Connector to power clusters of spotlights on your garden features that demand more attention.

If your looking to install in-lite's high quality garden lighting range to your existing 12v outdoor lighting system, do feel free to contact us for more information.

Installing in-lite 12v Lighting System

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It's easy to create your garden lighting design by following our three easy steps.

Step 1. Choose Your Light Fittings

Choose Your Garden Lights

Browse the in-lite range and select your choice of light fittings to illuminate your garden.

We have a great selection of high quality fittings so you're sure to find the lights that will compliment your garden lighting design.

Total up the wattage of all the light fittings as this will determine which transformer you will require.

Step 2. Choose Your 12v Transformer

Choose your 12v transformer

Using the wattage total from step 1 will help determine which 12v transformer is suitable.

If the total wattage of your garden lights are within 10% of the maximum rating on the transformer you may want to consider a transformer with a larger maximum output to prolong the life of your transformer.

All 12v transformers in the garden lighting range by in-lite come with a 5 year guarantee.

Step 3. Select Your Cables & Accessories


Measure up your garden to calculate which cables you will require to connect your lights up.

Carefully plan where the connections on the main cables will fall. Choose to add extension cables where no connections for light fittings are necessary.