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Hardwire Box with Rocker Switch for 2-Wire Microfluorescent Lights

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Hardwire Box with Rocker Switch for 2-Wire Microfluorescent Lights

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About our Hardwire Box with Rocker Switch for 2-Wire Microfluorescent Lights

This hardwire box with allows the Microfluorescent T4 Light Fixtures to be controlled by an on/off rocker switch. Be sure to use a flexible connector to connect the box to the light fixtures.

  • Hardwire Box: will permit the T4 Microfluorescent Fixture(s) to be hardwired and controlled by the rocker switch on the Hardwire Box. It has 3 knockouts for electrical connections.
  • Flexible Connector Required: a Flexible Connector of the appropriate length must be used to connect the hardwire box to a T4 fixture.
  • Dimensions: 1-3/8in(H) x 2.25in(W) x 3-5/8in(L)
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of Hardwire Boxes with Rocker Switch for 2-Wire Microfluorescent Lights, 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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Product Reviews
Hardwire Box with Rocker Switch for 2-Wire Microfluorescent Lights
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Slidell, LA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Easy install controls 2 lights with one switch
April 13, 2014
This allowed me to hardwire into this box and come off with the pigtails directly connected to my new lights...using one switch to control both lights.
Easy installation for DIY

Questions & Answers
By Bill Scarpelli from Boston, MA on November 13, 2012

I plan to connect 5 or 6 2 wire plug-in T4 fixtures together with flexible connectors and would also like to install a PSP-B hardwire box with a rocker switch to turn the lights on and off from a single switch. If the T4 fixtures are connected together as indicated, can I connect the last (or first) T4 fixture in line to a hardwire box to accomplish this without hardwiring the box.

Thank you.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 14, 2012


The hardwire box is designed to hardwire to power, so I am a bit confused by your last sentence.

Your installation sounds great. A run of T4 fixtures, which in turn connect to the hardwire box via a flexible connector. The hardwire box should then be hardwired to power.

By Gerard from New Orleans, LA on May 14, 2014
Rather than "hardwire" this, can I plug it into an outlet, so that I can use the switch to power on multiple linked fixtures? I want to be able to plug into a wall outlet, but use one switch to turn on 3 linked fixtures.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 15, 2014


If you hardwire a cord and plug to one of the knockouts then you could connect the box to your run via a flexible connector and control the fixtures using the switch.

Unfortunately this box cannot accept the power cord accessory we sell with the microfluorescent fixtures. It does not have a separate port for it.

By Tony from Chicago on October 25, 2013

I have a small galley shaped kitchen. I was planning to connect 6 2 wire plug-in T4 fixtures (2 on left side of cabinets, 2 on front cabinets and 2 on right side of cabinets). Was planning to install Hardwire Box with Rocker switch on 120v AC line coming from wall below front cabinets and then string 3 T4 on the left of junction hardwire box and 3 T4 on right side of hardwire box. Does Hardwire Box with rocker switch have a plug in capability on both left and right sides to do this? If not, how would you propose stringing 3 left side T4 fixtures and 3 right side T4 fixtures together? Look forward to your response. Thanks.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 28, 2013


The hardwire box has 1 port for a run of T4 fixtures. Unfortunately you likely need to use 2 hardwire boxes connected to the same line voltage to accomplish this.

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