By Paul from Buffalo, NY on November 2, 2012
Are these fixtures IC rated?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 2, 2012
These trims can be used with IC housings or with remodel housings.
By RJ Maillie Jr from West Chester, PA on November 2, 2012
Answer:You would need to look at the housing, not the trim, for an IC rating. Trims are interchangeable with IC and non-IC rated housings.
The housing should say outright that it is suitable for contact with insulation (IC rating), but if not, you can usually tell by looking at it. The fixture itself would be boxed as opposed to being exposed.
IC Rated: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/4inch-12v-recessed-lighting-housing-ic-airtight.html
Non IC rated: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/4inch-12v-recessed-lighting-housing-new-construction-airtight.html
By Lee from Rochester NY on August 7, 2012
Can I use this trim kit with a Halo H99ICAT housing ?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 7, 2012
We strongly recommend using this trim with a housing from the same manufacturer (see accessories tab for compatible housings).
There are a few reasons for this. First of all, mixing manufacturers will generally void the warranty and UL listing for both trim & housing. Also, it is not certain that the trim will fit perfectly in a housing from a different manufacturer.
By Nick from Atlanta, GA on December 5, 2012
Could I used a PAR20 LED bulb with this fixture?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 5, 2012
By DMC from CA on November 26, 2014
Can I use this outside as a light over my garage?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 26, 2014
Answer:It's suitable for use in damp locations. It can be installed outdoors as long as it's protected from direct water spray, e.g. rain.
By William from Houston, TX on November 26, 2014
Answer:This is designed to insert into a 4" recessed light fixture. If you have that over your garage, it will work. If you are talking about some outdoor wall mount fixture, I would say no.
By Nabil from Washington, DC on October 5, 2012
Hello, I am thinking of using this Trim on a sloped ceiling that is 20 Feet high. Is the light sufficient from that height? I considered an MR16 trim but have been told from such a height the lighting will not be sufficient?! Thanks
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 8, 2012
For a ceiling that is 20ft high, I would recommend using a housing & trim that uses a higher wattage lamp than this.
Also, make sure your housing & trim are designed for sloped ceilings.
I would recommend this trim because it can use up to a 90W PAR38 halogen - a very bright light bulb.
By Joe from Alabama on July 21, 2014
How do you change the bulb in this fixture?
By Burt from California on July 22, 2014
You just pull the flange down and the bulb holder is then accessible.
By Hanae from Minneapolis, MN on January 17, 2014
Can I use Toshiba 8.6-Watt Dimmable LED PAR20 Light Bulb, Narrow Flood on this 4" line voltage recessed lighting trim?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 17, 2014
Answer:Yes, you can use the LED light bulb with the trim.