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Ellumiere 10m Extension Cable

Product Code : 02EC010

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Low Voltage Easy-Connect Garden Lighting

Attach your Ellumiere lights to each other, or to the 72W transformer with this 10m power cable.

Features a pvc casing and 2-pin screwed joins for easy, weatherproof connection.

£14.99inc. vat

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Product Description

  • Ellumiere 10m Extension Cable
  • 2-pin connections
  • IP44 Weatherproof rating
  • Easy to connect to components

10m Extension Cable

Attach your Ellumiere lights to each other, or to the 72W transformer with this 10m power cable.

Features a pvc casing and 2-pin screwed joins for easy, weatherproof connection.

3-Step Garden Lighting Systems


Step 1: Lighting
Ellumiere garden lighting allows you to mix and match different types of lights to create a truly bespoke set-up that's perfect for your back garden. You can choose from spotlights, deck lights and bollard lights to form a system of up to 12 lights per 72W transformer.

Step 2: Connectors & Cables
To connect all of the lights in your Ellumiere lighting system you will need connectors. Each light will need a T-Piece connector, except for the very end one in the system. You can choose from 1m, 2m, 5m and 10m cables to suit the size of your garden. They use a two-pin connection and screw together for a watertight seal.

Step 3: Transformer
All systems will need to be plugged into a power source and to do this you will need a 72 watt transformer. Each transformer can support up to 12 lights and 50m of cabling. It is advised that you do not exceed either of these limits.

Additional Information

Length10m
UV ResistantYes
MaterialPVC
Outdoor UseYes