Pool Light Cables
Here at Mr Pool Man, if there’s one thing that we value above relaxation and ease of installation, then it would be your safety. When repairing lights or doing expansion work, we recommend to always get a new pool light cable. The reason for that is simple, water and electricity don’t play well together. Avoid splicing and repairing at all costs and just get a new wire to replace the old/damaged one.
Tip: To easily replace a wire, tie a piece of string the one and of the existing wire before pulling it out the other end. Attach the string to the new wire, reverse the process and your new pool light cable should go through the piping with very little effort.
Pool light cables usually come in fixed 20 or 30 metre segments with attachments already connected and sealed at the ends so that all you need to do is to plug them in to your existing system and you should be good to go. Measure your old wire and get a replacement wire that’s a bit longer. Remember, you can always roll up and tuck in the excess wire but you can’t add extra length to a short wire (no splicing!).
If you’re looking for new lights, we’ve got you covered as well! Check out our collection of pool & spa LED lighting here.
Pool Light Accessories
Browse our collection of Pool LED Light accessories manufactured by Spa Electrics and Aquaquip right here in Australia! Pool light remote controls allow you to turn your single colour led lights on and off up to 50m away from the receiver! Multi-channel remote controls also allow you to independently operate your spa or pool lights (i.e. you only want one set of lights to turn on).
We also have multicolour pool LED Light remote controls that allow you to change the colour and brightness of your pool & spa lights. You’ll also have access to multicolour modes that will suit whatever mood you’re in. From tranquil combinations of blue and whites, to fast beats of a pool party, and even set it to complement the world famous yellow-red colors of the Australian sunset.
For new LED pool light installations, it’s as easy as plug-and-play! Simply plug your remote control system into a wall socket and plug in your lights to the remote control’s receiver and you’re good to go! If you have a hardwired system, consult with a suitably qualified electrician to terminate the existing connections.
If you’re still sporting older halogen bulbs, we invite you to check our pool & spa lights here, it might be time for an upgrade!