Low Voltage Transformers
A transformer is an electrical device used to convert the voltage of an incoming electrical supply to a different voltage level, typically to match the requirements of a lighting system. Transformers work on the principle of electromagnetic induction, which allows them to step up or step down the voltage of an AC power supply, usually from the mains power grid. In the context of lighting, transformers are often used to convert high-voltage AC power to low-voltage DC power, which is required by many types of LED lighting systems. They may also be used to isolate the lighting circuit from the main power supply, or to provide dimming control or other features. Light transformers can come in various sizes, shapes, and configurations, depending on their specific application and the type of lighting system they are intended to power.