What will happen if you run a 12V/30W lamp off a 6V/30w transformer? What’s the maximum wattage of 12V lamp you can run off a 12V/100mA transformer? What’s the maximum wattage of 12V lamp you can run off a 15V/100mA transformer? If you have a 24V/20W transformer, how many 6V/20W lamps can you run in series off it? If you have a low voltage swivel arm reading lamp fixture, where the power to the lamps goes thru the parallel swivel arms of the fixture, would your lamp dim if the paint were scratched and a grounded piece of metal touches that scratch? Given two parallel pieces of 1/16" GAC wire rope mounted to two walls 20' away, and a 12V/100W transformer connected to the wire rope, what’s the maximum safe wattage of lamp you can hang and power up from the wire rope? Would assuming a 12v lamp, it get brighter the closer it got to the transformer? What would be the best lamp to use towards the end of the wire rope, 50W/6.6V EZP, a 90W/14.5V EPV, or a 42W/10.8V EPT? What would be a better improvement for this system, installing a different wire rope (which type) or installing a different transformer (what rating?) http://lightbulbsetc.com/ “Tightrope Cable Lighting Fixtures” would be a sample of this type of system.