This five-inch line voltage recessed lighting housing is fully dimmable, UL approved for damp locations, and has an integral thermal protector to prevent improper installation. This housing can be used in an existing sheet rock ceiling; however, it must be kept at least 3 inches away from any ceiling insulation.
Dimensions: only 7.5in high x 5.5in wide x 13-1/8in long
5.5in Ceiling Cutout: 5.5in in diameter
Remodel Clips: four remodeling clips secure housing and accommodate various ceiling thickness to 1.5in
Ceiling Insulation: because this housing is not IC-rated the ceiling insulation must be kept at least 3 inches away from all outside surfaces of the housing
Light Bulb: uses a 50-watt PAR20 or a 50-watt or 75-watt PAR30 halogen lamp. The specific lamp to be used is determined by the trim that is selected. To view the various trims that can be used with this housing please click on 5-Inch Line Voltage Trims.
Thermal Protector: integral thermal protector guards against improper lamping and installation
Lamp Socket: socket clips directly to back of trim for perfect 90° vertical alignment of lamp socket
Socket Positions: one or two socket height positions on trim allows for optimal light control and output
Junction Box: J-box is listed for through branch circuit wiring
Quick Connectors: J-box is equipped with "quick connectors" for quick, easy push-in electrical connections. If the installer prefers to use wire nuts, the "quick connectors" may be easily removed.
Several Knockouts: junction box has five 1/2in knockouts and four knockouts with true pry-out slots
UL Listed for Damp Location: this housing is UL listed for damp locations
Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of 5-Inch Line Voltage Remodel Recessed Lighting Housings, please call us at our toll free number or use the online Quotation Request for Large Quantities form. We are always happy to provide you with our best large quantity pricing.
The top of the can will only be 1/2'' from the roof (plywood) will this be OK?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 26, 2015
Dan, as far as the product is concerned, yes, that's enough distance. The manufacturer recommends a 1/2in clearance from any building components. I would suggest consulting with an electrician to make sure you are abiding by the electrical code and/or any building codes in your area.
By Weston Rogers from Dallas, TX on January 13, 2015
I plan to use the trim PNT-5001-B. I am going to use a PAR30 bulb. What is the length of bulb needed?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 14, 2015
You need to use a PAR30 short neck light bulb. Generally they measure 3-5/8in long.