I've got an Aqualumin Nicheless Light 120V. I cannot find a GFCI that is connected to the light. I've tested all of the outlets in the pool area and there is none at the circuit breaker. I am going to replace the diving board hardware in a couple days so when I take the board off, I don't know what I'll find. It's possible that there will be a transformer under there that converts the light to 12V (My neighbor has one).
If this is the case, could this be the reason that I may not have a GFCI on this circuit and I don't need one? It says here that a GFCI is needed on lights operating at more than 15 volts.
Now if I don't find a transformer, then there definitely needs to be a GFCI. Could I replace the existing single light switch with this one?
http://www.amazon.com/R12-07299-0NW-Com ... 466&sr=1-2
If this switch would work, would it be a good idea swap the current one for this one regardless of what I find under the board?
Thanks again in advance