A lighting fixture is to be powered by a remote class 2 LED driver. The fixture contains a, n external wire lead with a connector. Can a mating connector be used to extend the length of the feed wire if that connector will be "buried" when drywall is applied over the junction?
The issue is that the client may want to extend the normal output leads by adding an extender wire that will connect to the standard. It is unknown at the time of installation what the extended length will be. So before drywall is installed, an "extension" is to be added to the existing whip.
Thanks in advance.