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Flexible Connectors for 3-Wire Lights

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Flexible Connectors for 3-Wire Lights

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About our Flexible Connectors for 3-Wire Lights
Description

These flexible connectors link 3-wire microfluorescent and LED line voltage fixtures together over a distance and also connect grounded fixtures to a hardwire box.

  • 4 Lengths: 6 inch, 12 inch, 24 inch and 36 inch
  • Color: white
  • Uses: links two 3-wire grounded microfluorescent or two LED line voltage light fixtures together over a distance; connects a 3-wire grounded microfluorescent fixture or a LED line voltage light fixture to a hard wire box
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Product Reviews
Flexible Connectors for 3-Wire Lights
$3.00
4.5 Stars based on 7 Review(s)
Brian
Bristol, TN
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Works fine with the lights
April 4, 2014
Extension cable that works just fine.

Bear
Midwest
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

3 Wire Light Connector
February 3, 2014
Using the 3 Wire Light Connector made it easy to string a set of light fixtures together from one shelf to the next shelf. I used a plastic " C " shaped cover that I picked up at a local computer store with adhesive strips to stick to the wall to cover the 3 Wire Light Connector at the end of the shelves which matches the color of the wall. You don't really notice it from a distance that a wire is present. With the light fixtures having the corresponding plug at each end that is needed for the 3 Wire Connector makes it a breeze to add from one fixture to the next. You just have to keep in mind that as you add fixtures power demand changes also on one string of lights. Pegasus web site has a page explaining this in detail. I recommend that you check this out before adding to your first fixture.

Avionics12
Dallas
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice extension
January 29, 2014
It's great to have parts that actually fit and match.

Carol
North Carolina
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Perfect!
October 23, 2013
These work great along with the lights for our light boxes. We are very pleased. Thanks!

Mark
PA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Notice - actual lengths are longer than described
May 6, 2013
Works fine. Just note, ACTUAL LENGTHS are a bit longer than stated. Using a 6" Connector, there is more like 8" or 9" of length between the two connected lights.

Doug
St Louis, MO
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Exactly what you'd expect
May 21, 2012
These are simple, nice cables that help keep the fixtures small.
Pros:
Easy Professional cabling to/from fixtures
Cons:
Nothing longer than 3 foot (but you can chain them together, if needed)

Jason
Milwaukee, WI
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Link 'em up
April 1, 2012
These are quite handy. These grounded ones can be linked together as well.
Pros:
very easy eliminates lots of power cords



Questions & Answers
By Juniorj from Plymouth, MN on March 14, 2014
I have 3 coves that will require 2 fixtures each...the distance for the flex connector between coves #2 and #3 is right at 12" (12" might be too short and the 24" is way too much)...Should I go with 24" to be safe or is there extra length on the 12" flex connector?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 17, 2014

Answer:
My advice is to go with the longer cord because you know it will reach.
By James from East Quogue, NY on March 17, 2014

Answer:
You need 24 inch then. no other option.
By John from Philadelphia, PA on March 17, 2014

Answer:
I had this same issue and too wondered what to do. I went with the longer connector and glad I did. This gave me maximum flexibility and here's how. With my application I had room to hide excess wire between the two fixtures by coiling/looping the excess wire between the two fixtures. I ran the wire from fixture 1 to fixture 2, making a small loop of wire between them (think of coiling up a garden hose) and I could affix the looped wire together with tape or twist ties and then lay the coiled wore flat against the side soffit wall out of view.

By the way, I believe the length stated is the length between the two fixtures measured from end to end with the connectors installed.

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