By Kevin Jackson from Phoenix, AZ on October 18, 2013
Is it air tight? And I mean totally sealed.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 18, 2013
Yes, it is air tight when installed in an IC rated housing.
By Amy from KY on November 10, 2014
Is this suitable to place in exterior eaves to shine down toward the driveway? The height from eave to driveway is 20 feet. Will enough light reach the area?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 10, 2014
Yes, it's suitable for wet locations so it can be used in an eave.
I would not expect enough light to reach an area 20ft away. These are designed for lighting 8-12ft ceiling height rooms.
By Sherry Demby from Ny on August 4, 2013
Would this be compatible for an existing Lightolier can?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 5, 2013
If the can is 6in with a medium base and if it accepts torsion springs, then yes, it should fit.
Note that we offer a few accessories to aid with compatibility if your can doesn't meet all of these requirements. We have a GU24 base adapter and a mounting ring available for housings that don't accept torsion springs.
By Jorge from FL on April 13, 2013
I intend to use this to light artwork on the wall. It will be approximately 7' from the fixture and I would like to know the angle of projection. Will it look like a flood or spot light?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 15, 2013
Answer:It adjusts 40 degrees from the vertical. The beam spread will be a flood.
By Jeremy from Florida on March 27, 2014
What is the rated beam spread for the light?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 1, 2014
Answer:It's a 40 degree flood.