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Hub systems attempt to overcome voltage drop.

Hub style installations rely on equal lengths of
secondary wiring to the fixture.

A hub style installation does equalize voltage. Assuming
of course that all the bulbs burn forever. When ONE lamp
burns out, the remaining voltage is distributed equally to
the remaining lamps. All remaining lamps are treated
equal, generally over-powered, resulting in bulb failure.

Standard parallel or “T” cable runs will provide the
installation with adequate voltage and a reduction in
the “voltage effect on lamps” as referenced above.

Depending on the installation, either method can be
successful and provide a professional job.
We recommend that the voltage at the first lamp
measures between 10.5 and 11.0 volts.


We recommend that the voltage at the first lamp
measures between 10.5 and 11.0 volts.

Suggested spacing of Integral Lights 36” to 72.



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