By Brian Waggoner from Canada on January 23, 2014
I'm not familiar with the lights and have a customer has a light that has burnt out .How are the light bulbs replaced?
By Mike from Greenbrier, TN on January 24, 2014
Answer:The center ring pops out with minimal force. You must use a sharp instrument such as a razor knife tip and apply slight pressure to remove the center ring. BE CAREFUL as the glass will pop out with the ring and is NOT attached to the center ring.
The bulb is a JC20 12 volt G4 base bi-pin which simply pulls out.
When reinserting the new bulb, do you best not to touch the bulb with your fingers. Use a small cloth or the plastic and reinsert the bulb. Reason: the natural oil from your fingers will cause the hot halogen bulb to break when the bulb is energized.
There are three (3) tabs with small nipples on the center ring which you just removed, VERY SLIGHTLY pull them toward the outer side of the ring in order to supply better tension when you reinsert the center ring with glass into the outer flush mount base.
By Paul Carson from Pittsburgh on August 13, 2012
Can these be placed on a dimmer?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 13, 2012
Answer:Paul - yes, they can be dimmed. Just be sure to use a dimmer designed to work with electronic low voltage transformers (we have several wall dimmers you can choose from: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/electronic-low-voltage-dimmers.html)
You'll want to connect the dimmer to the power receptacle that you intend to plug the transformer into. You can wire it so that the dimmer controls only one socket, leaving the other socket at full power for other use.
By Bea from Ny on March 30, 2014
Can this be hard wired?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 30, 2014
Answer:No, it's plug in only.
By Ed from Atlanta, Georgia on July 19, 2014
What is the lumens rating per unit?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 21, 2014
Answer:200 lumens per light.