By Next Step Products



Model # SVA200

Product Description

Super Vision adjustable accent fixtures provide flexible, powerful uplighting for landscaping and outdoor architectural use. All the power of traditional lighting plus the benefits of fiber optics in dramatic combination. This accent light is ideal for illuminating water features, rock waterfalls, small trees and shrubs or for enhancing a concrete deck, steps or a wall. The SVA200 has a plastic lens and black PVC body with a 150-strand capacity.


?     Asked on 1/26/2012by Guest

Does this come with fiber optic cable attached?

A  Answered on 1/26/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

It does not come with fiber optic cable.  The cable is sold separately per foot at

?     Asked on 7/16/2012by Guest

How many strands do I need for one light? Can i run 6 landscape lights off of one cable?

A  Answered on 7/16/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

The SVA200 can handle up to 150 strands to each fixture. You would however need to run a single run of fiber from the illuminator to each landscape fixture, so you would run 6 separate lengths of fiber to each fixture. I would suggest using the 100 strand cable here or the brighter 150 strand cable here

?     Asked on 7/17/2012by Guest

How long is the 150 strand cable. I am 100' away from my illuminator and want to run 6 SVA Fiber Optic landscape fixtures.

A  Answered on 7/17/2012 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

We sell the 150 strand fiber optic cable by the foot. You would need to determine the length of cable going to each fixture. So if Fixture #1 was 100' away, Fixture #2 was 80' away, Fixture #3 was 60' away, Fixture #4 was 40' away, Fixture #5 was 30' away and Fixture #6 was 20' away, Then you would require a total of 330' of cable. I would suggest moving the illuminator closer to the fixtures if possible allowing you to run shorter lengths of cable to the fixtures and then running a longer length of electrical wire from the illuminator back to your power source, as the fiber optic cable is much more expensive then electrical wire.


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