24volt system

Why 24Volt?

A 24-volt system means that the 230-volt voltage coming from the power outlet is converted into low voltage. This allows you to illuminate, for example, your outdoor spotlight around a tree or facade. It is a simple way of lighting that doesn't require an electrician. Lyslight has chosen to work with sleek and stylishly designed fixtures, allowing the garden to be beautifully illuminated. Moreover, the system is flexible. You can create a set according to your taste, budget, and possibilities. Expansion at a later stage is always possible and very easy! No technical knowledge is required to install our garden lighting. The principle is simple, quick to achieve, and easily adjustable. With our simple step-by-step plan, it's just a matter of connecting the cables and attaching the fixtures. The system can also be easily expanded by simply splitting and connecting the cables.

The advantages of 24 Volt outdoor lighting

Plug & Play. With our special connector, any cable or fixture can be installed in no time. From the transformer, the cable can be laid to the fixture using our extension cables. It can easily be connected with the connector, and you're done! You can bury the cables directly under the pavement or cover them in the borders with a little bit of soil. Safe to use. This is thanks to the 12-volt low voltage. From the transformer, which is connected to the 230-volt mains, only a low-voltage cable is used to connect all the fixtures. This makes the system absolutely safe, even if the cable were to be damaged. A reassuring thought, especially with playing children or digging pets nearby. Energy-efficient LEDs. We use energy-efficient LED fixtures, which allow the garden to be adequately illuminated in a stylish way with low energy consumption. These energy-efficient LED lamps are not only better for the environment but also for your wallet. Expandable. Expanding our outdoor lighting system is easy thanks to the extension cables that can be added at the end or in between the cables at a later stage.