Pentair's website states that "120V SAms have an integral 12V transformer. All SAms use 12V lamp." Am I correct to assume that this means that supply voltage of 120V is transformed to an actual voltage of 12V at the light itself? Just saw an article about a Florida boy being electrocuted in his pool, allegedly by a SAm light. Apparently faulty bonding is also alleged. Just concerned, as I assumed all SAm's - at least those being distributed when my pool was built in 2007 - were low voltage.
Sorry if this is a dumb question, I know just enough about electrical work to know someone can be seriously hurt if not done correctly. Would greatly appreciate any responses, and thanks.