By Tom from Florida on February 21, 2013
How does the light attach to the surface in the surface mount configuration?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 22, 2013
There is a surface mount ring that you secure to the surface with mounting holes. The installation instructions have step by step instructions.
By Marty from Long Island, NY on November 10, 2014
How does the included rotary dimmer mount? Does it have an included mounting bracket that can be screwed to the underside of the cabinet?
By TJ from Washington DC on November 10, 2014
Answer:No brackets with my two sets - just a two-sided adhesive strip.
By Tim from San Antonio on November 10, 2014
Answer:The switch does not include a mounting bracket.
The switch is compatible with standard 1/2 in. mounting holes.
By Arlgray from Rockport, MA on November 10, 2014
Answer:There was no included bracket that we could find.
By Norm Osero from Amery, WI on November 10, 2014
Answer:My kit came with two pieces of double-sided tape for mounting the power supply and rotary dimmer. It would have been better if they had mounting tabs like the connection hub.
By John from Huntington Beach, CA on November 10, 2014
Answer:The dimmer has a very high grade of double sided tape. I attached mine (hidden) behind the front vertical mullion at the front of a wood cabinet. I'm extremely happy with the puck lights that are installed the glass doors.
By Gary from Illinois on November 10, 2014
Answer:Unfortunately no it does not have a mounting feature. I wondered the same thing but bought them anyway because I liked the rest of the features and figured I could work something out. I have been weighing options to mount it now after seeing it. It is a little big (1.25" x 2.5" x 1.375" to the top of the knob) but it is light enough that I am thinking just using something like those 3M command strips. I am tucking it under my decorative rail above the sink so it won't be seen.
By Tom from Kansas City, Mo on October 24, 2013
If I used these lights the power supply would plug into an outlet that has a dimmer switch controlling it. Would this work as a dimmer in lieu of the inline dimmer provided with the light kit?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 24, 2013
No, I'm sorry it would not work properly. The in-line dimmer works on the output side of the driver whereas your dimmer would be in the input side.
By John from Findlay, Ohio on March 3, 2013
I have an open shelved cabinet that will need 8 pucks total. I would like to connect all 8 together and will this present any problems? How many can you connect together?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 4, 2013
The max pucks that can connect to one power supply is 6. You cannot connect 8 together. Instead, you would need to use two power supplies.
By Will Edmonds from Mobile, Alabama on June 27, 2013
Can I extend the lead wire to one of the puck lights for the LED 2.9 watt High Brightness puck lights kits? I need a total of 4 lights. I have one cabinet that will need about 12 feet of additional length to make to the housing box beyond what is already connected to the puck light. I've looked on the website but I can't find an extension.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 28, 2013
I'm sorry - No, there is not an extension available for these puck lights.
By George from Oak Park, MI on March 4, 2013
Is the dimmer also the on/off switch?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 4, 2013
Answer:Yes, the dimmer controls on/off.
By TJ from Washington DC on February 21, 2014
Do the white puck lights come with white wires?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 21, 2014
Answer:No, the driver and lead wires are black for all of the kits.
By Nikki from Kennewick, WA on February 25, 2014
How long are the wires from the puck light to the hub? The cord needs to be long enough for us to run from our middle cabinet with the outlet out and down into our other cabinets.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 26, 2014
Answer:They are 60in in length.
By Jeffrey from LA, CA on March 14, 2014
If I use a different 12-volt driver that is on a dimmer, will this work with this item? It currently works to dim existing fixtures, including some that have been replaced with 12V dimmable LED bulbs.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 14, 2014
No, it will not work. These puck lights do not operate on 12V. The included driver output is 15V.
By Rachel from DC on April 11, 2013
Can this item be hard wired?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 11, 2013
Answer:No, this item is only available with a plug-in driver.
By Franz from Sagamore Hills on December 4, 2013
Do these lights swivel?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 5, 2013
Answer:No, they do not swivel.
By dph from San Antonio, Tx on December 9, 2013
How many LED lights are there per puck?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 10, 2013
Answer:Each puck light has 4 LEDs.
By Brad from Decatur, IL on November 2, 2014
I want to install lights in inside top of built in china cabinet. the driver and all controls will be in the attic. Do I have to have the inline dimmer? I have a wall switch nearby I want to use.
By Steve from Steeler Country on November 2, 2014
Answer:Anytime you alter the wiring you void all warranties. I am assuming you are using more than one light. I mounted the dimmer behind and to the side of the cabinet out of site so you just have to reach around the side to turn on or off and to dim. The dimming feature is really nice. There are no wires showing for an easy clean installation. If you move the cabinet to a new location all the wiring goes with it. Good luck and enjoy the lights. I really like mine.
By Nikki from Kennewick, Wa on November 2, 2014
Answer:Yes you have to have the dimmer. It connects to the hub and out to the lights. The lights are awesome. Just wish the cords came in white.
By Gray from Rockport, MA on November 3, 2014
Answer:My electrician was unable to use the dimmer on our installation. It works quite well off a single switch.
By Ron Fortner from Sunset Harbor, North Carolina on February 19, 2013
I'm building curio cabinets for my grand daughters. The top is 3/4 inch oak plywood. Will the PLVP-4KIT-BK assembly work in this situation? My concern is will the fixture stay in the mounting hole (3/4 inch plywood). Is the mounting surface thickness an issue? Also, I will build a false top to cover the outside of the fixtures and wiring. Is heat an issue in this area? Thank you for your help.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 19, 2013
The manufacturer does not recommend recessed mounting in cabinets with a closed top because of heat concerns.
In terms of the thickness of your wood, the fixtures are 7/8-inches thick, so they will stick out a bit. Other than that, they should install OK.