I have a pool light whose bulb physically broke, but I've found a way to open the water-tight bulb enclosure to get at the actual bulb. I'm trying to either hunt down a replacement bulb (rather than the whole expensive assembly) OR make some LED magic.
Either way, the transformer's somewhat permanently mounted and I'd like to use it as it's already there, water-tight, and has the specific fitting to match the pool light flange.
I just can't figure out what 35va-12v means, and google didn't really help. I assume 35VA means 35VAC, but 12V is a common DC voltage and it's on there too!
Of course, I tested it and I actually get 14 VAC. How would I, in the future, know that based on the label? Is there a spec for this kind of stuff?