By Kristi from Minneapolis, MN on May 26, 2014
Once you install the fiber optics can you paint the ceiling - how does that affect the lighting?
By Chris from Pegasus Lighting on May 27, 2014
The fiber optics will "poke" out tiny holes you put in your ceiling. So, I don't see why you would not be able to paint your ceiling but you should not paint over the fiber optic strand "poking" out of your ceiling.
It would probably be easier to paint the ceiling first and then install the fiber optic lighting. However, if it is already installed then maybe it would be easier to pull the strands out of the ceiling, paint it, and then replace the strands.
By luis from Del Rio, Texas on May 27, 2014
Answer:I would suggest you paint first the ceiling first. What I did was paint all the ceiling tiles first and then with an Allen wrench put each light in.
By John Mehl from San Clemente, CA on December 2, 2013
What kind of lighting unit is included and does it change colors, does it have different programs etc.?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 2, 2013
An LED illuminator is included.
No, it does not change colors or have different programs.
It is white light only with a twinkle wheel, which makes the fibers sparkle.
By Jim from Hazelhurst WI on January 4, 2014
Does this kit include everything needed to operate, and does it plug into 110?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 5, 2014
Answer:Yes, it's a complete kit and it plugs directly into the wall.
By Phil from Indianapolis, Indiana on January 5, 2014
Answer:This kit does come with everything you need. It includes the fiber-optic strands. They are contained in one bundle with a nice metal collar end. The light engine is complete and does plug into a standard 110 socket. It also includes a little remote control that can turn the light engine on, and also switch the light mode from solid to twinkling. I have attached an image of our project that we used the kit for. As seen the kit is up and running with no additional purchase. It is plugged into a normal house socket in our garage.
By Greg from Sanford, Fl. on January 20, 2014
If the light element is in the attic will the remote still work in the room under it?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 20, 2014
Yes, the remote will work through the ceiling.