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  • White or black
  • 2 Molex ports
  • On/Off switch
  • UL listed
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About our Slimline Hardwire Box

This hardwire box allows for direct wire installations of the xenon line voltage puck lights. It has two Molex outlets, so two different runs can be wired directly to power. It also has an On/Off rocker switch.

  • 2 Finishes:
    White (PALSLBOX-WH)
    Black (PALSLBOX-BK)
  • Uses: required for hardwiring Xenon Line Voltage Puck Lights or LED MVP Line Voltage 3-Puck Lights directly to power
  • 2 Molex Outlets: two runs can be connected to each box
  • On/Off Rocker Switch
  • Dimensions: 1in(H) x 2.5in(W) x 4in(L)
  • UL Listed in USA & Canada
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of Slimline Hardwire Boxes 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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Questions & Answers
By Mike Jenkins-Brown from Atlanta, GA on November 10, 2014
Can this hardwire box and 2 line voltage puck lights be on the same circuit or line as my halogen light? All controlled by the same dimmer switch?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 10, 2014

If your halogen light is LINE voltage and your dimmer is line voltage then yes.

By Mike from Atlanta, GA on April 6, 2014
Why is this box necessary? Can't the puck light wire be directly connected to the hard wire that runs from the switch?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 7, 2014

The puck lights cannot be hardwired directly to power. They connect to the hardwire box with a flexible connector. The hardwire splices must be made in the hardwire box.

By James from Denver, CO on October 29, 2012
Can the hardwire box be totally concealed in the recess and covered with a wood panel?
By Kevin from Feasterville, PA on October 29, 2012

It would be difficult. You would have to fabricate a mount that would hold the unit in place and the wood panel would need to be quite thin if you wanted the switch to protrude. I modified the one that I bought so that it will mount directly on top of the junction box like a face plate.

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