I ran my nanoleaf canvas setup down the stair wall leading to the basement. This wall is shared with the garage, so the other side of the wall is easily accessible for running electric.
Because it's on a staircase, it's difficult to hide the brick and outlet. My electrician (without looking at or any experience with Nanoleaf products) seems to think the part coming out from the power supply/brick is low voltage. He proposed putting the brick and the outlet on the garage side and feeding the Nanoleaf connector through a small hole.
1. If the power brick is on the garage side of the wall and plugged in on the garage side, is it safe to run the part that plugs into the canvas panel through a hole in the wall (i.e. is that part low voltage)?
2. If not, can the in wall power supply do that or same issue?
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