You’ll have a few options when connecting your lights to power. They make a box with a switch (like I have at OGHQ) or you can use a connector box like I am in my home garage. What I did with my switch is plug it directly into my outlet and just turn it on and off that way. My home setup (connector box) will be incorporated into my garage lighting control using Lutron Vive and Lutron Pico.
To learn more about the installation of the under cabinet lights please read the Installation Tips tab.
A connector box that allows you to hardwire the lights through existing wires coming from the wall.
If you haven’t watched the video from the Story tab, please watch it first. This gives you the best idea of what to expect when installing.
If you are installing our under cabinet lighting solution under Saber and Sonic MSS Cabinets, it is recommended that you drill through the sides of the cabinet. This allows you to have an unbroken line of light. You will need to use a step-bit and drill a hole that is 1-⅛” in diameter. For my Saber array at my house, the center of the hole was drilled 2 inches from the front of the cabinet. At the OGHQ Sonic MSS array, the center of the hole is 1-¾” from the front of the cabinet. You can adjust where the hole is drilled if needed based on what you think is best.
I drilled the holes for the lights after the cabinets were already installed. I don’t recommend doing this, especially for the Sonic MSS cabinets. It will be much easier to drill the holes with the cabinets not installed already.
If you are installing these under Sonic MSS+ Cabinets, you won’t need to drill through the cabinets; there is already a hole for the lights to pass through.
Use the Under Cabinet Light Joiners to connect a series of lights together. Just push the lights into the joiner and you’re good to go.
Use the Magnetic Mounting Clips to hold the lights to the bottom of the cabinet.
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