Yes, good to point out. With a multitap transformer, voltages are balanced for each spider junction to around 12 volts by hooking the spider up to different voltage outputs on the transformer to balance everything for the wattage on the spider as well as the distance. A change in wattage on one bulb can change the current draw. These systems are designed to draw around 25 amps, total.lights4U said:ensure that you are replacing them with the same wattage as the original bulb. (this is very important as it can severly change the ampacity and voltage of your system.)
rv4hess said:Our local GA Home Depots are selling these solar deck post cap lights for $3.88. (about 1/4 price of what I had previously seen)
Bought 20, so far they look and work great. Not enough light for real path lighting, (more like moon glow) but cool looking.