For under/in cabinet or for hockey puck lighting on/imbedded into
drywall, I like low voltage systems. Sure you need a transformer, but
I like the safety aspect of not running line voltage wires hanging,
stapled or whatever directly to cabinets, sinks, etc. or hockey pucks
carrying line voltage directly on drywall or cabinets. I can properly
mount the xformer to a jbox then know all is safe downstream for light
stringing through cabinets. Unfortunately the borg (HD) stupidly
dropped all their low-voltage lighting products some years ago. So I
got my last batch of low-voltage stuff from lightingfx.com and was
very happy with prices and selection for low voltage lighting, both
xenon or halogen (xenon bulbs run cooler but cost more than halogen).
Sorry I cant help you if you want to string AC line voltage all over
the place near the kitchen sink especially.
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