|Suitable for:||All 12V Lighting e.g. MR16, Strip Lights etc.|
|CE and RoHS Certified:||Yes|
|Protection:||Waterproof- Suitable Indoor/Outdoor|
|Base Size:||20.6 x 7.1 cm|
This robust high quality waterproof LED Transformer / Driver is used to supply power to low voltage (12v DC) LED strip lighting and lamps.
Sometimes a normal 12v DC transformer will work with LED bulbs but it is recommended to use drivers specifically designed for supplying LED lights.
This LED Driver is specifically designed to run 12 V LED light strips and lamps and provide long trouble free operating life for your LEDs.
All orders are dispatched within 24 hours of placing your order and for standard free delivery usually arrives between 1-5 days. Most orders arrive the next day but this is not guaranteed. If your order is delayed longer than 5 days please email our customer service team for further information.
The method of delivery varies according to the size, weight and value of the order. If your package is small and low cost then we use Royal Mail. If your package(s) are large or of a high value we use one of our nominated couriers.
Returns & Replacements
We offer a comprehensive returns policy. In the first instance please contact us to advise the problem. The email should include:
• Your name
• Your order reference number
• Contact details (phone no. etc)
• Description of issue or query and desired action to be taken
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