75W Remote Magnetic Transformer
75W 12VA remote magnetic transformer is designed to be installed in remote locations such as basements, attics, plenums, and electrical closets. The location must be accessible and well ventilated with ambient temperatures below 140 degrees Fahrenheit. 120VAC input / 12V output. Rated for .5 to 75 watts for incandescent or LED loads. Features thermally protected primary, manually resettable, fast-acting magnetic circuit breaker on secondary, primary and secondary circuits physically and electrically isolated. Install transformer on a wall or other vertical surface. Incandescent loads can be dimmed with high quality dimmers designed for use with magnetic transformers and LED loads my be dimmed using dimmers that have been tested by Juno for use with Juno LED fixtures. UL Listed.
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Juno Lighting Inc. is one of the largest manufacturers of recessed and track lighting including Trac-Master®, Trac 12, Flex 12, Trac 12/25, and recessed downlights. Juno was founded in 1976 with the vision of offering high quality lighting fixtures that are attractive, well-engineered and easy to install. Aculux is a comprehensive series of high-performance architectural-grade recessed luminaires. Juno designs, manufactures and markets track, recessed and linear undercabinet / casework lighting products for a broad range of retail, commercial and residential applications.
On Dec 15, 2012 by Ralph F. from Frankfort, MI (Customer)
From previous painful experience I know that the Juno Trac 12 "system" consists of a whole bunch of not necessarily compatible components. Not my idea of a system. But with the hassle of my last go 'round still fresh, I decide to really do my homework this time. This transformer looks great. So I get it and it has a big sticker on the side that says it MUST be mounted vertically. Oh no!!! I can't use it. I need to mount it horizontally. Here we go again. No doubt this is in some doc somewhere but I haven't found it yet. Fundamentally there is nothing complicated about track lighting. But Juno seems to have found a way. BTW This gripe is solely with Juno. Lightology has been great!