permanently wire LED puck lights to 120 volts
I have been playing with some remote controlled puck lights in my garden (because "real;" outdoor lighting is very expensive), and was thinking that these puck lights go through batteries a bit too often for my taste. I want to simply run some wires to each one, and then to some kind of converter that I could just plug into my outdoor-rated outlet. These lights aren't rated for outdoor use ever, so I will have to silicone the seams on the plastic cases. I can usually find that others have figured out how to do things before me and just copy them, but no one seems to have done this. Is that because it is not possible/dangerous/expensive? I'm more of a hammer and nail guy than a solder/wire guy, but I can follow instructions like the best of them. Is there any reason not to do this, or can it be done? I know that the hardware store outdoor lights are way too expensive, and this seems like a great option.