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  • Outside diameter 6.5in
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5-Inch Line Voltage Recessed Lighting Trim with Adjustable Gimbal

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5-Inch Line Voltage Recessed Lighting Trim with Adjustable Gimbal

Item #PNT-5060
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About our 5-Inch Line Voltage Recessed Lighting Trim with Adjustable Gimbal

The adjustable gimbal on this five-inch recessed lighting trim allows you to direct the light. Accent a display, wall hanging, or sculpture; or provide task lighting for a particular area.


  • 4 Models:
    PNT-5060-W is a white trim with a white gimbal
    PNT-5060-B is a black trim with a black gimbal
    PNT-5060-CO is a copper trim with a copper gimbal
    PNT-5060-N is a natural metal trim with a natural metal gimbal (The natural metal finish is unfinished aluminum with a clear sealer that looks very similar to brushed nickel.)
  • Outside Diameter: 6.5in


  • Light Bulb: uses a 50-watt or 75-watt PAR30 halogen lamp whether the housing is an IC housing or a non-IC housing.
  • Wattage of Lamp: maximum of 75 watts


  • Required Housing: each trim requires a PNHR-504Q, PNHRIC-504Q-AT, PNH-501Q, or PNHIC-501Q-AT housing, which is sold separately.


  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of 5-Inch Line Voltage Trims with Gimbal, 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.

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5-Inch Line Voltage Recessed Lighting Trim with Adjustable Gimbal
Questions & Answers
By Bill from Winnipeg, CA on April 1, 2013
If these are ceiling retro fitted and mounted, how do you maintain the integrity of the ceiling vapor barrier?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 1, 2013


Thanks for the question.

The vapor barrier would have to be cut in order to install these. If you use a compatible wet location housing, then the recessed light should be perfectly suitable for wet locations.

Whether the vapor barrier would be compromised, I honestly do not know. I would think the goal would be to seal the barrier around the recessed light, with caulk or some other method.

I would strongly suggest contacting an contractor who is knowledgeable of local building codes.

By Jonathan from Miami, Florida on July 22, 2014
Is this fixture dimmable?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 23, 2014

Yes, it's dimmable.

By Gary Simms from Canada on July 29, 2014
What is the trick to unscrew halogen bulb?

By Wayne from Chicago on July 30, 2014

I have four of these fixtures in our kitchen. No tools needed. Turn off power to light; otherwise halogen bulb will be hot. Using both hands, simply place fingernails under opposite sides of trim ring and pull down gently to expose bulb. Slip edge of bulb out from the clips that secure it to the trim ring. There is a standard light socket at the top inside of the housing; unscrew the bulb as you would a table lamp. You can replace with an LED bulb if you want. They cost more but last much longer, generate less heat and use a fraction of the energy of halogen.

By Daniel from Montreal, Qc on May 29, 2013
What is the size of the opening for this trim?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 29, 2013


Approximately 5.5in. The outside diameter is 6.5in.

By Frank from Santa Cruz, CA on October 3, 2013
How many degrees from vertical can this be tilted? Thanks in advance, Frank
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 3, 2013


It can be adjusted up to 28 from the vertical.

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