By Gabriel from Oregon on January 19, 2015
Will these run on Ni-MH Rechargeable batteries and if so do you know what the run time will be?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 19, 2015
Answer:You can use rechargeable batteries but battery life will be shorter than if you use alkaline batteries. The manufacturer does not recommend using rechargeable batteries for this reason.
By Deborah from Maui, HI on November 10, 2014
Are the lights dimmable?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 10, 2014
Answer:No, they are not dimmable.
By Brad from Frostburg, MD on November 10, 2014
Answer:They are either on or off ... no dimming function.
By Lawrence from Las Vegas, NM on November 10, 2014
Answer:The lights are not dimmable. I used them for my camper shell and they are awesome. Hope this answer works for you. Thank you.
By Judy from Cardiff, CA on January 23, 2015
I have a very dim light in my closet. Will this go on even if it's not a totally dark area since I need more light in the closet?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 23, 2015
Yes, this light turns on by either using the remote control or pressing the center of the puck. It does not have a photocell so it will not matter what the ambient light is in the space.
By Marsha from North Carolina on January 23, 2015
Answer:It does not have any auto light capability. I must touch the bottom of the light itself or use the remote control. I am very pleased with the varying degree of light one can get from these light fixtures.
By Jeff from Illinois on January 23, 2015
Answer:Yes, but the puck light does not emit very much light, probably not enough for a closet. I used mine for accent lighting in a curio cabinet.
By Julie from Sutherlin, OR on April 21, 2015
What color lighting do these have? Yellow, white, or blue? I want them for under my kitchen cabinets and want to know what kind of light they will emit.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 22, 2015
Answer:The color temperature is 3000K, which is on the warm end of the color temperature spectrum.
By Pegi from CA on April 22, 2015
Answer:White. Actually is pretty bright. We put them under a small little bridge in the yard to light the path. Works well so far.
By Kevin from Seattle, WA on April 22, 2015
Answer:White, I have them under cabinet and inside glass door cabinet .. I like it
By Mary Frances from CA on April 22, 2015
Answer:They are super bright white.
By Bill from Shelburne, VT on November 18, 2014
I have a cap on my truck and was wondering if remote would work with lights from inside the truck back to cap on back of my truck?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 20, 2014
Answer:No - The remote must be in direct sight of the puck lights and within 15ft. It cannot transmit through surfaces.
By Derek from Charlestown, IN on November 22, 2014
If i put the puck behind a piece of canvas would the remote still operate the light?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 23, 2014
Answer:Derek, the remote needs to be in direct line of sight for it to work properly.
By Brad from Frisco, TX on November 23, 2014
Answer:No. The remote is IR and needs direct line of sight to the pucks.
By Lucy from St. Marys, GA on June 1, 2014
What are the dimensions of the LED battery operated puck lights?
By Robin from Pegasus Lighting on June 2, 2014
Answer:The dimensions are - 3-1/2 inches wide by 1-1/2 inches high.
By Peter from New Jersey on June 13, 2014
By purchasing multiple sets, can as many as six(6) lights be operated by one remote?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 13, 2014
Answer:Yes, they run on the same frequency so as long as they are in range the same remote works.
By Laurie from Idaho on September 30, 2014
How do these lights attach to the wall or ceiling? I am looking for lighting to go into my daughters dark closet at UCLA.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 1, 2014
Answer:They attach either with the mounting plate and screws or with the included tape.
By Brad from Maryland on October 1, 2014
Answer:The puck lighting comes off of its base. Included is thick double adhesive tape cut to shape of the puck base or you can use screws. I used the tape which works pretty well. I did have a few come off, but then used a little glue on the sticky surface to reattach and it has been fine ever since. Clean the surface well before attaching the light. Lights are great!
By Chuck from Pittsburgh, PA on October 1, 2014
Answer:These come with double sided tape so you can simply stick them on a smooth surface. Also included are screws that fit into pre-drilled holes in the lights if you want a more secure mounting. Great lights.
By Anne from Houston on October 1, 2014
Answer:You peel the paper backing off one side of the hook and loop attachment and stick it to the back side of the light. Then you peel the paper backing off the other side of the hook and loop attachment and stick it on the wall or where ever you want the light to go.
By Mario Ragusa from New York on October 1, 2014
Answer:Each puck has adhesive sticker that can attach with no mounting or screws.
By Bruce Brier from Summit, NJ on June 2, 2015
I want to use as an under cabinet/above the counter kitchen light. Roughly how far apart should I place the pucks?
By Vickie from Helena, MT on June 2, 2015
Answer:I think it will depend on their purpose intended for. My best suggestion would be to place them with the sticker back and adjust accordingly. Because they are adjustable you may not need as many as you think. I used mine in a barrister bookcase show casing figurines. Because I wanted to see all my figures I placed two per shelf which is about 3 feet wide. Love them and went with the remote so I don't need to open the doors when I want them to be on. Hope this helps.
By Michelle from West Bloomfield, MI on June 2, 2015
Answer:You should be able to put them as far apart as you want. I have them in a large closet on different shelves at different levels. Approx 12 inches apart. For one click use of the remote make sure they are all situated in one area that the remote can easily access them all. For my lights on my back wall I need to turn around and push the remote again to turn those lights on and off.
By Val from Cortland, NY on June 3, 2015
Answer:These should be spaced a max about 12" apart for best coverage. They give off a very "white" cool modern looking light so if your looking for a warm light you may want to choose a different light from Pegasus.
The remote works very well except around angles, where one row of cabinets starts and the other row begins.
The sticky tape does not hold very well so you will have to screw them in.
The faces of the units pivot but you will want to bring them closer to the front of your cabinet if your using the lights for task lighting.
A good product for the price.
By Rick from White City, OR on July 27, 2014
How many lumens per puck?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 28, 2014
By Jeff from Sask, Canada on January 15, 2015
How long do the batteries last?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 15, 2015
Answer:There is an estimated battery life of 50 hours when using high quality alkaline batteries.