I have a question about low voltage wiring but first I'll give you the context of what I'm trying to do.
I'm planning on using low voltage linear/line lighting with xenon lights under my cabinets for task lighting and to add a little something to my kitchen. I'm in the middle of the remodel and have most of the drywall off. I want to wire up the wall so I can add low voltage lighting. So, I plan on starting on one side and having one continuous run from one side to the other with the line lighting.
So my question is, when I run into the wall, I plan to use romex cable but do I have to have a electrical box when I come out of the wall? I plan on putting a tile back splash and do not want an faceplate there for the wire coming out. I also do not want the face plate inside my cabinet.
If you plan on remote locating the transformer, good luck finding a legal way to do your lighting. what product were you planing on using? Also, depending on how long the run and too many lights may pose another problem for you.