How WAC Monorail Lighting Installed?

May 12th

WAC monorail lighting is an efficient and unique way to brighten any room. You can bend or shape of the track in any way you want so that the lights will be exactly where you want. They also use less energy than general lighting as most use a fraction of the normal 110 V provided by the house wiring. With some simple wiring, you can install the monorail lighting system yourself. Flip the transformer in the switch box in the “off” position to the room in which it will work.

Rustic monorail lighting
Rustic monorail lighting

Tap the light power line intended by connecting the appropriately colored wires (black to black, white to white) to the input transformer with binding caps. Fold your lane into the desired shape.

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Secure the rail to the ceiling. These are the points where the mounting brackets will be installed. Click the holes where marked. Screw the mounting struts pre-drilled holes with the screws and washers provided.

Secure the rail to the mounting brackets. Connect the output wires of the transformer to wiring (colors combined) rail, joining them with binding caps. Flip the transformer to the “on” position to supply power to the room again. Test your monorail lighting to make sure it is working properly.