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Old 02-11-2018, 06:42 PM   #4
Tool Guy - Kg
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It depends on exactly which product you're working with. When you've got a bulky transformer with a traditional plug-in, I'll mount outlets in strategic locations in the back of 2 or 3 cabinets for the transformers to plug in to. Then run the low voltage lines cleverly down through the cabinets to the LED lights below.

If that's the case now, I'd install "cut-in" electrical boxes wherever they make sense (probably in the same stud bay that the Romex whips are at now) in the backs of cabinets and put your hardware in there and run the low voltage lines down to the underside of the cabinets.

While you're at it, you might want to suggest installing "over cabinet" lights. As it is now, it looks a little dark up there and this kind of lighting looks killer at night as a night light.
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