Display Cabinet Lighting

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Old 11-12-12, 06:39 AM
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Display Cabinet Lighting

Hi all

I have 2 display cabinets that have LED lights in. A cable then leads to a transformer which plugs into the wall. Other setups I've seen have actual sockets in the transformer, but this one has 2 cables that are then screwed into the transformer, similar to connector blocks for speaker wire.

I want to wire both lights into one transformer as the transformers have room for more than one light, but I need to extend the wires in order to reach.

Can anyone advise what I need to get to extend them, I assume that it will be a similar 'connecting block' that is found on the transformer, but I've no idea what it's called to allow me to search for it.

Many thanks in advance. I can upload some pictures if it's not clear what I mean.

Gary
 
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Old 11-12-12, 07:18 AM
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Why not just splice the wire to new wire using solder and heat shrink tubing?
Pictures might help us visualize what you are trying to do.
 
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