Hello, My first post. Apologies if this is the wrong forum or area. I'd like to put LED strip lighting on the inside of a new cabinet that I am installing. The cabinet is directly above an existing 2x 120v standard wall outlet. The LED lights run on a DC 12V current (maximum of about 3A) for which I have a few small AC/DC transformers that vaguely resemble that which powers a laptop. I'd prefer to have these transformers inside the cabinet and out of sight, or even inside the wall itself. I could plug them directly into wall outlet but that would permanently take up one of the two receptacles and would require an ugly plug and a drilled hole in the bottom of the cabinet for the cord. So my question is -- is there a standard way of wiring 12V DC out of a transformer mounted inside the wall? Or, in lieu of that -- is it considered safe / building-code friendly to run a +120V/GND pair of wires straight out of the wall and into the transformer inside my cabinet? I would like to consult my regional building code :canadaflag: but it is rather voluminous and only accessible at one of our big libraries, and so I am seeking advice here first.