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I have some omlopp from Ikea drawer lights and the correct transformers, but unfortunately the cable on the lights is pretty short and needs extending for quite a few.

I'm happy enough to break into the wires and extend them (as they have little Molex style connectors on the end that I can't find, there is another dead question here trying to do the same) but I just need to know the correct wire to use.

The LED lights are 24V, 2W each:

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A link to something I could use on Maplin or screwfix would be great.

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    Any cable with same or thicker guage will do. – winny Oct 4 '17 at 15:30
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    2W is really not much. The cheapest will probably be cheapest speaker cable you can get by metre. – Bartek Banachewicz Oct 4 '17 at 16:02
  • The cord in the picture looks like 16 gauge SPT cord. – Tyson Oct 4 '17 at 16:58
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In order to keep within CEC (Canadian Electrical Code) rules the smallest wire for use in wiring fixtures is #16. From the 120VAC source (panel) to the fixture that wire must be a minimum #14 AWG wire....usually NMD copper if wiring is to be completed in dwelling units.

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