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SPJ Lighting SPJ-40L12 40W Transformer (Indoor)
Input leads are 20 AWG. Output leads are 14 AWG. Lead insulation is 105 C.The transformer uses a class B 130 insulation system. Enclosure temperature will not exceed 70 C @ 40 C ambient. Wiring compartment has 2 knockouts sized for 3/4 inch screw cable connectors. The removable cover for the wiring compartment is secured in place by a screw. The enclosure is black powder coated.
- Manual reset thermal circuit breaker on the secondary side
- Controlled with a low-voltage dimmer.
- ETL listed
- CSA listed
- UL standard 5085-1
- NEMA 3R enclosure
- Shown : Black
- Maximum Load : 40 W
- Input Voltage : 120 V 60 Hz
- Output Voltage Full Load : 11.5 V
- Input Current Full Load : 540 mA
- Open Circuit Volts : 12.5 V
- Output Current Full Load : 4.8 A
- Efficiency: 89.20%
- Coil Former : Double Section Bobbin
- Thermal Class: B 130 C
- Leads Primary: PVC 600 V #20
- Leads Secondary: PVC 300 V #14
SPJ Lighting Warranty:
- Lifetime warranty on all brass and copper fixtures.
- Selected Forever Bright LED products are warrantied for an unprecedented (10) ten years.
- guarantee on residential and (10) ten year guarantee on commercial use. The warranty takes effect from original date of purchase by the Original Purchaser.
- How does the SPJ raw copper look and will it patina over time?
Answer: It starts like a brand new penny then it will Patina.
- Will the SPJ aged brass patina?
Answer: Yes, all of our chemical finishes patina.
- What is the warranty for Powder coating?
Answer: Powder coating only has a 1 year warranty. Powder coating is not recommended for beach environments.
- What is the warrtanty for stainless steel fixtures?
Answer: The warranty is 10 year with proper maintenance. These need to be wiped down at least twice a year with WD40 and a soft cloth.
SPJ Lighting, Inc. is offering new state of the art PVD finishes (physical vapor deposition) which is a manufacturing process that creates a very durable finish that looks like highly polished Chrome or Satin Nickel. Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) is a process that produces a metal vapor which is deposited on electrically conductive materials. The result is a thin, highly adhered, pure metal or alloy coating. The process is carried out in a vacuum chamber, at high vacuum, using a cathodic arc source. PVD finish is commonly used for bathroom fixtures, exterior door knobs and other hardware that needs to be highly weather resistant, which is why it works perfectly for landscape lighting. Salt resistant, scratch resistant, and-water resistant keeps the PVD finish looking new for many years and is guaranteed not to patina in any outdoor environment.