. Hey, all!
Wondering, if I am running three sections of LED lighting from a single transformer, would the following be an appropriate solution? I would run a single NM-B line from the dimmer to the transformer. Then, I would make a short run of CL3 in-wall wire from the transformer to a splice box. Then, run three separate CL3 lines to each of the strip sections. Inside the splice box, I would join all the negatives and positives via something like Wago 221 5-pin connectors.
That seems like what, say, Waveform Lighting's article about it suggests, though they recommend a screw terminal. They also explain how "series" or "parallel" are a bit of a misnomer with LED lights. I just wanted to confirm before I go closing up walls.
For the reference, the kind of LED strip I am considering just comes as a 16-foot roll and then you can slice it into whatever lengths, as far as I'm aware.