By Jackie from Miami on July 14, 2013
I need an uplight for a stone slab wall (60"w x 102"h) inside a shower. I can't use a downlight because of a beam. I was wondering if I could use this wall washer and what size should I use. I am afraid the light would be too strong or white/cold for a small bathroom accent. I would also like to cover it with marble so that is recessed in the floor as much as possible. Please advise. Thanks
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 15, 2013
I would suggest the smallest size. I would think the other two would be too bright for a bathroom wall.
The color temperature is neutral white, which is slightly cooler than traditional incandescent light bulbs.
We have another product that I think would work better for recessing in your floor - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-in-ground-accent-light.html
By Dee Schricker from Blue Grass, Iowa on March 24, 2013
Could this unit be mounted on a ceiling in an art gallery?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 25, 2013
Answer:Yes, it has mounting holes on the legs that you could use to attach to the ceiling. Note that it would need to have an electrical outlet nearby to connect to power.
By Jessica from Isabela, Puerto Rico on July 31, 2013
I am trying to light a 30' X 8' art wall in a trade booth. How many of these wall washers would I need to evenly light the entire vertical wall?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 2, 2013
We would recommend 6 of the longest fixtures with 1ft spaced between them.
By Dan from Lakeland, Florida on August 4, 2013
This monument sign (attached) is 72" tall and 54" wide. Is this LED linear fixture too strong for this application? It will be mounted below the diamonds and just above the actual sign.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 5, 2013
I think this fixture will work well for your sign. It can project up to 65 ft, so I would suggest testing it before permanently mounting.