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High voltage wiring with thin insulation?

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We are designing a 100w ceiling suspended led light (powered by mains psu which sits up above the ceiling).

The light will have a buck dimmer circuit with it, which is obviously separate from the mains PSU. The mains PSU will be an LLC resonant converter.

The suspension wires will be long so we want the output of the mains PSU to be 200V, to reduce current to the light along the long suspension wires.
Do you know of any nice sleek wires that could be used to pass the current at high voltage, we don’t want thick insulation as its unsightly.

200V isn't that high for insulation. Teflon is pretty thin. Much thinner than PVC.
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