Rock Light Range
Instruction Manual - DT RL3
Thank you for your purchase of Homelec Rock Lights. The Rock Light garden lighting range offers the ideal lighting effect to any garden. Keep a copy of these instructions for future reference.
Please read these instructions fully before commencing the installation:
These lights are only to be connected to a 12V low voltage lighting system.  
Only use either lights provided with this kit or compatible lights from the Homelec rock light range.
Only use the transformer supplied or a transformer from the Homelec Ornamental Rock Lighting range.
Disconnect the power before changing a lamp and ensure the lamp is cool before handling.
Ensure the cable is routed so it is not a trip hazard.
Ensure the light fitting is not too close to the object it is lighting. Recommended minimum distance is 20cm.
Allow sufficient space around the light fitting for the heat to dissipate.
Ensure that the wattage of all the lights combined does not exceed the rating of the transformer.
The transformer must be plugged in indoors or in a suitable weatherproof socket.
The electrical supply should be protected by a Residual Current Device (RCD).
Only adjust the cable and lights when the power is switched off.
 If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
1Place the lights in the desired position, either to light up a feature or as a feature in your garden. Ensure the light is stable and not likely to fall over.
2Route the light cable back to the transformer, ensuring it is not a trip hazard. Connect the light cable to the transformer.
3Repeat for the remaining lights, if appropriate.



The transformer is weatherproof and may be mounted outside. However, if mounting it outside we recommend that it is mounted off the ground and the outlet sockets are pointing downwards.The transformer may now be plugged into an appropriate indoor socket or a suitable weatherproof outdoor socket. The socket should be protected by a residual current device (RCD).
1Switch off the power supply to transformer and ensure the lamp is cool before handling.
2Remove the three screws holding lens ring.
3Remove the lens ring and the lens.
4Ease the lens out of the housing and replace it with a lamp of the same style and rating.
5Reassemble in reverse order, ensuring the seal between the lens and the light is in place. Do not over tighten the screws.

ProblemPossible CauseSuggested Remedy
Lights will not
switch on.
No power.Ensure transformer is plugged in and power is switched on.
Low voltage cable has not been connected to the transformer. Ensure the low voltage cable is connected to the transformer
Lamp not correctly fitted into the lampholderEnsure the lamp is correctly fitted.
The lamp has blown.Replace the lamp.


Light & Transformer Warranty

It is unlikely that this transformer will fail in normal use due to faulty materials or workmanship within 3 years. If it does, Homelec undertake to repair or replace it provided it has been installed, used and maintained correctly in accordance with these instructions, such that the transformer has not been subjected to repair, opened or taken apart.This guarantee does not cover lamps and the finish of any product. This does not affect your statutory rights. This product is subject to Homelec’s Standard Terms & Conditions of sale.

If you chose to extend the cable, use Homelec catalogue number RL008 only. The longer the cable, the dimmer the lights will be. We recommend a maximum cable length of 10m, however even at this length the lights will not be at their full brightness.