We're looking into running LED Tape Lights under the wall cabinets in our kitchen. We have three sections that would get the lights and we need them all powered by a single switch. There is a switch that goes up into the attic in the middle of the kitchen where we used to have a light so that's not a problem.
In the linked picture, the RED lines are where the LED Tapes would go. The cooktop is in the gap at the top and a window is over the sink. There's no way to run something across the openings so I think I need to run three separate lines down from the attic. Pic: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2rsyzpnbw2qf3jr/led%20tape.jpg?dl=0
The length of the actual LED sections are approximately 14", 100", & 12". Each run would also have to come down from the attic to the bottom of the cabinets...
The two ways I could think of are:
1) Using one Tape power supply in the attic and then splitting it off to go to the three areas for tapes. Not sure how long I can run things from a single power supply 2) Using one power supply for each section of tape (or maybe one for the long section and a second one for the short ones?)
I've never used the LED Tape lights before so just wanted to get some basic feedback before I heard to the store and stare at the options hanging on the racks.