September 2, 2019
I am attempting to do "in wall" LED wiring similar to the image below:
Obviously the source of the power for the light is hidden but requires three components to work: 1. Led light 2. An led transformer/driver 3. 15A 120V source.
My guess is you would have to run Romex to a compatible dimmer switch then then BACK to a housing enclosure of some kind that contains the driver and then run insulated low voltage wires back to the lights? Can the low voltage wire simply come out of a hole in the drywall or is a junction box also required where the connection between wire and LED strip is made?
In other words: what is the code compliant way to conceal the wiring to achieve the effect above, safely and cleanly?
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