By Jason from Philadelphia on November 15, 2014
It mentions magnetic, but can this be ordered or configured to accept an electronic (ELV) dimmer?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 16, 2014
Answer:All of the compatible housings use an integral magnetic transformer so a magnetic dimmer is the best type to use.
By Martin from South Florida on August 12, 2012
How do you replace the bulb?
By Chris at Pegasus Lighting on August 13, 2012
The lamp used with this trim is an MR16 halogen with a bipin base. The base of the lamp has two male pins that push into a cable included with the housing that has the female side of the connection. When the MR16 lamp needs to be replaced a circular trim piece around the lamp will be removed and the lamp can be easily replaced.
By Gary from Arkansas on February 2, 2015
Are these lights compatible with a Lutron dimmer system?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 2, 2015
Yes, if you use one of our compatible 120V housings. You should use a Lutron magnetic low voltage dimmer.
By James from Columbus, Ohio on April 15, 2013
Are any of the cans that are available to use with this trim rated for insulation contact?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 16, 2013
This compatible housing is suitable for contact with insulation: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/4inch-12v-recessed-lighting-housing-ic-airtight.html
By Christie Jacobs from Montreal, Canada on August 5, 2014
Hi - I just want to confirm that this recessed light is OK for outdoor use. We want to use this light in a porch ceiling.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 5, 2014
Answer:It's suitable for damp locations when used with a compatible housing.
If your porch ceiling will not be exposed to direct water spray, e.g. rain, then yes it's OK to use outside.