By Virginie Hagenauer from Quebec, Canada on December 6, 2012
We are a footwear company located in Quebec, Canada. We are looking for some halogen spotlights for our exhibition stands we rent.
Our technical specifications are:
Silver or White
Attach on a top of a wall made with slat wall (3-4 inches wide)
4 spots, the spots have to be good to lighting 3 feet wide at least (long arms)
150 W minimum
We would like to clamp the spotlight to the top of the wall or to use a system with a screw.
Please note that we are not authorized to make holes in the walls.
Would this product fit to our technical specifications? Thanks and best regards
By Pegasus Lighting on December 6, 2012
My answers in order...
1. Yes, this fixture is 120V line voltage. It includes a 10ft power cord.
2. It's available in white finish but not silver.
3. On the Accessories tab, we offer a compatible clamp that fits flat surfaces 2-4 inches wide.
4. The exact lighting coverage will depend on the light bulb beam spread you choose and the distance the light bulb will be from the item you are highlighting. If you are wanting to spotlight 4 areas, then my recommendation is 4 light fixtures. I would recommend trying a 'flood' beam spread since you are wanting very wide coverage.
5. The maximum wattage this fixture can use is 150 watts.
6. Using the clamp available on the Accessories tab, you can attach the spotlight to the top of the wall without drilling any holes.
I think this product will suit your needs.
Hope this helps!
By Eileen from Sheffield, MA on December 6, 2012
Answer:I bought the PAR halogen flexible light for my study. I have a built in desk with shelves behind the desk. I have flowers, memorabilia, and photos on the shelves. I have an overhead light fixture, and another wall sconce in the room. I wanted more back light for the computer. The computer is black, printer is black, fax is black and monitor is black. The room is very lovely. Yellow gold walls, antique loveseat in wicker, plaid upholstery, area rug, and plaid matching window treatment. The halogen light is in black...with a Plumen bulb. I love the goose neck style, and I have twisted it in a very pleasant shape. The bulb looks great....and the whole thing is very decorative.