Here we are showing the cedar cable cap here. What we are using this for is not only to protect the cable, but to also make it more inconspicuous, and so people can’t be pulling on it here. The wires come down, through the back and they run right down the back side and then you are going to be doing all your connections down at the base of the post or underneath of the deck here.
And another application for the Dakota fixture is for on stair cases. If you mount the fixture at the top of the staircase, the light is going to cascade down three or four steps, so on a typical stair case from the top of the deck down to a lower elevation, you are going to use between two and maybe three fixtures at the most here.
You can either stagger them or go all down the same side of the staircase. A lot of the times too, you will see the recessed cut in ones. Well, those only illuminate a little bit of light right down on top of the steps. But, if you mount the Dakota fixture on the top post here, the light spills down all the tops of the steps here, so it’s a lot safer better coverage and fewer fixture.
This fixture here is proprietary to use, just like all the other Touchstone Fixtures, you can only get them certified trained illuminologists or Touchstone Accent Lighting.
Inconspicuous during the day, indirect and incredible during the night.