I'm interested in lighting a stairwell in my house using a red LED strip.
I have a nearby AC outlet and plan on using a typical 12V power supply from the AC outlet. I know that class 2 wire is typically used for 12V DC applications for running behind walls, but romex wire (Typically behind walls) is usually terminated at an outlet.
If I chose to run my class 2 wire behind the wall, does it have to be hardwired to the LEDs? Is there an outlet that is typically used for low voltage applications such as this?
What is the typical procedure for running wire to LED strips behind walls?
NOTE: This question is somewhat similar to (How can I mount an 12V transformer for LED lighting inside a wall?), but differs slightly in what I'm asking. I've read it, and it my transformer is in a remote serviceable area. My question is more about how exactly the class 2 cable is wired to the LEDs.