SELECTION CENTER - Tresco Lighting

SELECTION CENTER - Tresco Lighting
TRESCO LIGHTING
SELECTION CENTER
Updated for 2017!
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adding the new Tresco Lighting
Selection Center to your showroom.
Our new display features 14 lights,
including some of our newest
innovations, and is the ideal tool
for showcasing the best of our line.
Includes literature holder and new
“Cabinet Lighting” brochure.
You can purchase a brand new display
or retrofit your current display with
new front panels.
To order contact your
Tresco Sales Representative
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Full Display List Price : $700
Retrofit Kit List Price: $400
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BasicSpecifications
Specificationstoto
Basic
12VLights
Lights
Install
Tresco®12V
Install Tresco
®
a PLUG-IN
Power
Supply
WithWith
a PLug-In
Power
Supply
To control each light individually, use
Option 1.
To control all lights at the same time, use Option 2.
Note: Before making final connections, make sure to add up all the wattage
of the lights used. Do not exceed the wattage rating of the Power Supply
and each Controller.
note: 12VDC plug-in Power Supplies are dimmable on
the 12VDC side only.
LegenD:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Select either a 12W,
18W or 60W Power
Supply.
(1) Mounting Block is
included with each 12W,
18W or 60W Power Supply.
12VDC LED Lights
For example: an 18W
Power Supply can
power up to (18) 1W
Lights or (6) 3W Lights.
Up to (6) Controllers and/
or Lights can plug into (1)
Mounting Block.
Select from six different types of
Tresco Controllers.
1. Remote Control Dimmers
2. Manual Rotary Dimmer
3. Motion Sensor Controls
4. Photo/Light Sensor Control
5. Touch Dimmer Controls
6. Door Sensor
C.
D.
Power Supply
Option 1:
Mounting Block
Controllers
Tresco Lights
Up to six Controllers plugged into (1) Mounting Block
A.
Power Supply
B.
Mounting Block
Controllers
Tresco Lights
Option 2: One Controller plugged in before the Mounting Block
A.
Power Supply
C.
Controller
B.
Mounting Block
Typical Installation Showing One Controller for All Lights (Linear vs. Puck)
120V
Wall
Outlet
12VDC Power Supply
Mounting Block
12VDC Power Supply
Mounting Block
12V
Controller
184
D.
Tresco Lights
Side view (Puck Light Install)
120V
Wall
Outlet
12VDC Power Supply
Mounting
Block
12V
Controller
Controller
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Basic
BasicSpecifications
Specificationsto
to
®
Install
Tresco
Install
Tresco 12V
12VLights
Lights
To turn all lights on/off at the same time, use a Wall
®
To control (dim) all lights at the same time, use a Wall Dimmer.
WithaaHArDWIre
HARDWIRE Power
With
Power Supply
Supply
120V
Switch.
Note: Before making final connections, make sure to add up all the wattage
of the lights used. Do not exceed the wattage rating of the Power Supply.
120V
A.
Wall Switch or
LeD Wall Dimmer
If using Wall Switch, the
Power Supply requires a
50% load. If using Dimmer,
the Power Supply requires
no minimum load.
LED Wall Dimmer 150W
maximum capacity.
B.
Dimmable Hardwire
Power Supply (60W Max.)
C.
Mounting Block
(optional)
D.
Tresco Lights
Dimmable by standard
LED Wall dimmers.
Caution: Cannot
dim
a Receptacle.
ThisThis
is aispotential
hazard
and
Caution:
DO NOT
dim
a receptacle.
a potential
hazard
cancan
cause
Lights
to flicker
as well
as damage
Powerpower
Supply.
and
cause
lights
to flicker
as well
as damage
supply.
Typical Hardwire Installation for 12V Pockit® Lights
Hardwire 12VDC Mounting Block
Power Supply
(optional)
Hardwire 12VDC
Power Supply
Mounting Block
(optional)
red = 120V Wiring
Blue = 12VDC Wiring
120V
120V
LegenD:
12V
Wall Switch or
Wall Dimmer
Wall Switch or
Wall Dimmer
Side view (Linear Install)
Typical Hardwire Installation for 12V Linear Lights
Hardwire 12VDC
Power Supply
Hardwire 12VDC
Power Supply
120V
12V
Wall Switch or
Wall Dimmer
120V
Wall Switch or
Wall Dimmer
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HowtotoWire
WireaaKitchen
Kitchen
How
12Vlights
Lights
withTresco
Tresco®12V
with
®
Frameless
or Framed
Cabinets
for for
Frameless
or Framed
Cabinets
• To wire a kitchen with Tresco 12V lights, first roughly lay out
lighting system to help verify final positioning of all components.
Make sure to add up all the wattage of the lighting system. Do not
exceed the wattage rating of the Power Supply. If using a Tresco
D.I.Y. Controller, do not exceed the wattage of the Controller.
In-Wall Wiring:
For in-wall wiring – typically used for frameless cabinets –
use 16-gauge Class 2 wire (minimum) to route wire through kitchen
walls (see 1st illustration below).
For outside of wall wiring – typically used for framed cabinets – use
wires provided with Tresco lighting fixtures with appropriate link and
extension leads (LINKD series) that are available in several lengths.
Note: A licensed electrician should be consulted for wiring through walls
and other permanent structures. When mounting and wiring a light system,
follow all local electric codes and the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Typical for FRaMElESS Cabinets
(example installation of 12VDC Linear Lights)
WCON
(Barrel
Connectors)
Wires that are attached to or accompany Tresco lighting systems
are not approved for in-wall use. Class 2 wire must be used
(purchased separately). Class 2, 16-gauge wire is the minimum for
in-wall applications.
Side view
120V
Wall
Outlet
12VDC Power
Supply
120V Wall
Outlet
12V
Red = 120V
Purple =
Class 2 Wire
Blue = 12VdC
WCON
(Barrel
Connectors)
(above cabinets)
lEgEnd:
12VDC
Power
Supply
12V
16-gauge
Class 2 wire
fed inside
wall
16-gauge
Class 2 wire
fed inside
wall
WCON
12V wire that accompanies Lights
WCON
OuTSIdE of Wall Wiring:
Typical for FRaMEd Cabinets
Side view
(example installation of 12VDC Pockit® Lights)
Mounting
Block
12VDC Power
Supply
12V
120V Wall
Outlet
120V
Wall
Outlet
(above cabinets)
12VDC
Power
Supply
Mounting
Block
12V
Wires that
accompany
Tresco lighting
fixtures are fed
behind or
in-between
cabinets
length of Wire from Power Supply to Run of lights
This is a general guide based on a 60 Watt/5 Amp load:
- Recommended maximum length using Class 2, 16-gauge (AWG) wire = 7.6 meters (25 ft.)
- Recommended maximum length using links/extensions that accompany Tresco lights = 4.6 meters (15 ft.)
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Used.I.Y.
D.I.Y.Connectors
Connectors
use
with
with Class
Class22Wire
Wire
ForFor
Making
Junction
Between
Making
Junction
Between
In-Wall Wiring & light Fixture Wire
In-Wall Wiring & Light Fixture Wire
• Wires that are attached to or accompany Tresco lighting systems are not
approved for in-wall use. Class 2, 16-gauge wires must be used (purchased
separately). Class 2, 16-gauge wire is the minimum for in-wall applications.
Note: A licensed electrician should be consulted for wiring through walls
and other permanent structures. When mounting and wiring a light system,
follow all local electric codes and the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Items required for in-wall installation:
• (10) Barrel Connectors White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L-LED-WCON-WH-1
Black . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L-LED-WCON-BL-1
• Class 2, 16 AWG wire
White, 15.2 m (50 ft.) roll . . . L-16CL2-WH50-1
White, 76.2 m (250 ft.) roll . . L-16CL2-WH250-1
• Small screwdriver
Black, mini slotted . . . . . . . L-MFSCRWDR-1
note: Make sure electrical polarity (positive and negative) is correctly maintained when
making junction between Class 2 wire and Light Fixture wire.
(+) Red to (+) Red
(-) Black to (-) Black
Note: Fixture wires are tagged (+) (-) when red- and black-colored wires are not utilized.
WCOn - Barrel Connectors
Class 2 Wire
Class 2
Wire from
Power
Supply
Wire to
Lights
Typical In-Wall Wiring with Kitchen Cabinets
(example installation of 12V Linear Lights)
12V
WCON
(Barrel
Connectors)
12VDC Power
Supply
16-gauge Class 2 wire
routed inside wall around
windows, etc.
120V Wall
Outlet
(above cabinets)
12V
16-gauge
Class 2
wire fed
inside
wall
WCON
Lighting Link Cord
WCON
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Understanding
Understanding
VoltageDrop
Drop
Voltage
Voltage drop is the amount of electric current lost due to the
resistance of the conductors (wires).
®
When
Installing
Tresco
12V
Lighting
When
Installing
Tresco
12V
Lighting
®
Light
Series
Pockit
(Puck)
Light
Series
Pockit(Puck)
On most installations – even larger installations – voltage drop is
not an issue, but excessive voltage drop could result in diminished
light output. Keeping wire length in mind is a best practice to ensure
optimum light performance.
®
®
For instance, if specifications recommend that the maximum length
from Power Supply to the first Light not exceed 5 meters (16 ft.), the
light will still work if you exceed that length! Again the loss is
gradual, but an excessive length could result in dimmer light.
• Note: The information provided for measuring voltage drop is a
general guide only based on the length of the run and assuming 50%
load (30W). Voltage drop goes down with less load and voltage drop
goes up with more load. Other factors may influence voltage drop. All
measurements and calculations are approximate.
Other factors also influence voltage drop, including the number of
connectors, quality of the conductor (aluminum vs. copper wires), and
cross-sectional area (gauge).
• In-wall wiring: Wires that are attached to or accompany Tresco
lighting systems are not approved for in-wall use. Class 2, 16-gauge
(AWG) wires must be used (purchased separately).
All Tresco wires and cords provided are specifically for wiring
outside of walls and have a 4.6 meters (15 ft.) maximum length
recommendation.
• All Tresco Power Supplies can be applied to the information provided
herein on voltage drop.
Ideally, Voltage Drop variance should be within 5%.
Absolute maximum should never exceed 8%.
For in-wall wiring, stranded Class 2, 16-gauge wires must be used
(purchased separately). Also if needed, lower gauge (which means
larger wire) helps reduce voltage drop by lowering overall resistance.
• Recommended maximum length using links/extensions that
accompany Tresco lights = 4.6 meters (15 ft.).
• Recommended maximum length using Class 2, 16-gauge wire =
7.6 meters (25 ft.).
12V Pockit® Lights (Puck)
Example 1:
2.1 m (7 ft.)
-2.3%
Total length of wires
0.3 m (1 ft.)
12V
0.15 m
(6 in.)
2 m (79 in.)
0.15 m
(6 in.)
Voltage Drop
11.7V
#1
120V
Mounting
Block
12VDC Power
Supply
Cord that
comes with
light
4 m (13 ft.)
Example 2:
12V
0.15 m
(6 in.)
-4.3%
Total length of wires
0.3 m (1 ft.)
Tresco Light
Voltage Drop
3.7 m (12 ft.)
0.15 m
(6 in.)
1.8 m
(72 in.)
2m
(79 in.)
11.5V
#2
120V
Mounting
Block
12VDC Power
Supply
12V
Cord that
comes with Tresco Light
light
(1) L-LED-LINKD-180
extension cord
-10.3% =
TOTAL
Voltage Drop
9.5 m (31 ft.)
Example 3:
Total length of wires
-6% Voltage
-4.3% Voltage
4 m (13 ft.)
12V
0.15 m
(6 in.)
1.8 m
(72 in.)
1.8 m
(72 in.)
Drop from
Mounting Block
to Light
Drop from
Power Supply to
Mounting Block
0.15 m
(6 in.)
11.5V
5.5 m (18 ft.)
1.8 m
(72 in.)
1.8 m
(72 in.)
2m
(79 in.)
10.8V
#3
120V
12VDC Power
Supply
12V
(2) L-LED-LINKD-180
extension cords
Mounting
Block
(2) L-LED-LINKD-180
extension cords
Cord that
comes with
light
Tresco Light
Note: The overall Voltage Drop variance between Light #1 and Light #3 is 8%, which is noticeable.
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Understanding
Voltage
Voltage Drop
Drop
Tresco’s longest linking cords are 2 meters (79 in.) which is only a
2% voltage drop – without a noticeable difference in light output.
• Note: The information provided for measuring voltage drop is a general
guide only based on the length of the run and assuming 50% load (30W).
Voltage drop goes down with less load and voltage drop goes up with
more load. Other factors may influence voltage drop. All measurements
and calculations are approximate.
When
WhenInstalling
InstallingTresco
Tresco®12V
12VLighting
Lighting
Linear Linkable Series
Linear Linkable Series
®
12V Linear Lights Linked in Series Using Link Cords
Linear Lights are typically within 1 meter (3 ft.) of each other without a noticeable voltage drop (less than 1%).
Example 1:
-1.3% = TOTAL
1.2 m (4 ft.)
Voltage Drop
Total length of wires
-0.3% Voltage Drop
-0.7% Voltage Drop
12V
120V
0.3 m (1 ft.)
0.3 m (1 ft.)
Mounting
Block
12VDC
Power
Supply
0.3 m (1 ft.)
11.9V
from previous Light
0.3 m (1 ft.)
11.9V
Light #2
Light #1
12V
-0.3% Voltage Drop
from previous Light
from Power Supply to Light
0.6 m (2 ft.)
First Voltage Drop is critical to ensure that the
start of a run is within 5-8% variance maximum.
11.8V
Light #3
Secondary Voltage Drop is often less critical,
since excessive link cord use is not typical.
The total Voltage Drop is 1.3% with a variance between Light #1 and Light #3 of 0.6% which is not noticeable.
Example 2:
-7% = TOTAL
6.4 m (21 ft.)
Voltage Drop
Total length of wires
12V
120V
from Power Supply to Light
0.3 m (1 ft.)
0.3 m (1 ft.)
Mounting
Block
12VDC
Power
Supply
-0.3% Voltage Drop
-0.7% Voltage Drop
0.6 m (2 ft.)
12V
11.9V
-6% Voltage Drop
from previous Light
0.3 m (1 ft.)
from previous Light
5.5 m (18 ft.)
11.9V
Light #2
Light #1
11.2V
(3) L-LED-LINKD-180
The total Voltage Drop is 7% with a variance between Light #1 and Light #3 of 6.3% which is not noticeable.
Example 3:
-9% = TOTAL
8.2 m (27 ft.)
Voltage Drop
Total length of wires
3.7 m (12 ft.)
4.0 m (13 ft.)
12V
120V
12VDC
Power
Supply
Light #3
extension cords
0.15 m
(6 in.)
3.7 m
(12 ft.)
0.15 m
(6 in.)
(2) L-LED-LINKD-180
extension cords
1.8 m
(72 in.)
Mounting
Block
12V
-8.3% Voltage Drop
from Power Supply to Light
2m
(79 in.)
(1) L-LED-LINKD-180
11.0V
0.3 m (1 ft.)
Light #1
-0.3% Voltage Drop
from previous Light
11.0V
Light #2
0.3 m (1 ft.)
-0.3% Voltage Drop
from previous Light
10.9V
Light #3
extension cord
Voltage Drop to Light #1 is above 5-8% variance.
Run of lights will be dimmer than expected.
The total Voltage Drop is 9% with a variance between Light #1 and Light #3 of 0.7% which is not noticeable.
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