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  • Only 2.9W
  • Compare to 20W incandescent
  • Plug-in
  • Dimmer included
  • Low profile
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LED 2.9-Watt High Brightness Puck Light Kits

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LED 2.9-Watt  High Brightness Puck Light Kits

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About our LED 2.9-Watt High Brightness Puck Light Kits
Description

Light your countertops or display items with warm white light from these LED high brightness puck lights. They are easy to install and come in complete kits that even include a dimmer. Each light uses only 2.9 watts of power compared to 20-watt incandescent. These puck lights carry the Lighting Facts label, ensuring reliable performance.

LIGHT FIXTURE

  • Complete Kits: we bundle the required components together for discount pricing. The complete kits include
    (1-6) LED High Brightness Puck Lights
    (1) Plug-In Driver with the appropriate wattage rating
    (1) 6-Port Connection Hub for connecting multiple fixtures to the driver
    (1) Inline Rotary Dimmer
  • 3 Attractive Finishes: black (BK), nickel (NK), or white (WH)
  • Versatile Mounting: may be either surface mounted or recessed mounted
  • Housing Dimensions: when surface mounted its dimensions are 2-15/16in diameter x 7/8in thick; when recessed mounted its dimensions are 2-15/16in diameter x 1/8in thick.
  • Cutout: 2-5/8in hole size for recessed mounting
  • Construction: heavy-duty, hard durable plastic
  • Lead Wire: 60-inch lead wires
  • Intended to Shine Down: has been designed to be used so that the light is directed downward. If the Puck Light is installed so that it is facing upward, too much heat may be trapped inside the fixture.

LIGHT SOURCE

  • 5630 LEDs
  • Wattage: only 2.9 watts each
  • Voltage: 15 volts
  • Warm White Light: color temperature of 3000K, warm white
  • Bright Light Output: 125 lumens per puck
  • Good Color Rendering: CRI of 78-82
  • Long Life: 30,000 hours of rated life on average
  • No Harmful UV Radiation: emits no UV radiation. [Caution: UV radiation from a halogen or fluorescent source can cause color change and surface deterioration over time.]
  • Dimmable: yes, down to 10% using inline rotary dimmer included with each kit

INCLUDED PLUG-IN DRIVERS

  • 6-Foot Power Cord: driver has 6-foot cord and 5-foot lead wires to connection hub
  • Input: 120 volts AC
  • Output: 15 volts, 140mA
  • Inline Rotary Dimmer Included: dims lights down to 10%. Dimmer has 58-inch lead wires to connection hub.
  • 6-Port Connection Hub Included: allows multiple puck lights to connect to driver

INSTALLATION

  • Easy to Install: please refer to these Installation Instructions (PDF)
  • Recessed Mount Installation: these pucks should only be recessed mounted when top of cabinet is not enclosed

OTHER

  • Lighting Facts Label
  • UL Listed in the USA & Canada
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of LED High Brightness Puck 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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Installation Example

Installation Example of LED 2.9-Watt High Brightness Puck Light Kits



Product Reviews
LED 2.9-Watt High Brightness Puck Light Kits
$29.90
3.5 Stars based on 6 Review(s)
John
Lancaster, PA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Just what I needed
July 21, 2014
I needed new up-lighting pods or stakes for indoor plant lighting, to replace the 10 watt quartz up-lighting that have always overheated and self destructed over time. These pods were perfect for that application. I needed 3 for 3 plants, that were being powered by a single transformer. They look great and should be maintenance free for many years. A side note...the quartz lamps occasionally became intermittent and flickered, because of the extreme heat of the lamps making the lamp pin contacts loose in their sockets. This was quite a fire hazard, and was eliminated with the cool running LED lamps.
Pros:
A great replacement for indoor plant lighting. Cost less to operate. Easy to install. Should last "forever"
Cons:
None

Shirley
Melbourne, FL
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

These lights are PERFECT for our entertainment center
March 9, 2013
So easy to install, which other styles are not. I know, we returned two sets to Lowes. These have no exposed wires for a clean professional look. The lights go from very bright down to romantically dim. No heat with these lights, unlike halogen. The directions to install were absolutely clear. We will definitely purchase these again for our next project.
Pros:
No wires are exposed. Perfect for under cabinet kitchen lighting, china cabinet or entertainment center. Easy to install.
Cons:
Nothing......

Alex
Seattle, WA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great product
August 10, 2014
I bought a 3-light kit. It was very easy to install and works great.

Roy
Gilberts, IL
2 Stars

Disappointed.
April 7, 2014
Disappointed in the quality of the lights. All plastic and cheaply made.
Cons:
Plastic tabs to hold lenses in hard to snap in and break easily.

Jona
Grants, New Mexico
3 Stars

Dimmer Switch has a short in it
December 10, 2013
I also purchased this six-light assembly. And, like the previous review, the dimmer assembly has a short in it. I have contacted the company. We will see.
Merchant Response:
A replacement dimmer was sent to this customer.
Pros:
Lighting bright
Cons:
Quality

James
Boise, Idaho
1 Stars

Defective Dimmer
June 2, 2013
Just installed my two light puck kit today. Dimmer unit has a short in it somewhere. Touch the dimmer dial, or the wires leading to the dimmer switch, and the lights flicker, or grow dim, or just go dark. Moral to the story...do not install until you have tested these units, including moving the dimmer unit/wires while dialing the dimmer up and down. I am calling Customer Service tomorrow to see if I can get a replacement expedited. The lights themselves appear to be fine.
Merchant Response:
The dimmer was indeed defective and a replacement dimmer was sent to the customer. In addition, the manufacturer has since fixed the overriding issue that was occurring.



Questions & Answers
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

Answer:
Tom,

There is a surface mount ring that you secure to the surface with mounting holes. The installation instructions have step by step instructions.

http://site.pegasuslighting.com/pdfs/led-lighting/led-puck-light-kits-high-brightness-3w-install-instructions.pdf

By Terrie from Utah on January 19, 2015
Why would they get too hot if recessed in an enclosed application if they are LED?

By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 19, 2015

Answer:
Terrie, although LEDs do give off significantly less heat than incandescent sources they still emit some heat. The manufacturer does not recommend installing these pucks in an enclosed cabinet.
By Jay from Thousand Oaks, CA on January 19, 2015

Answer:
Any light, including LED will generate heat! LED's don't get as hot from the energy of a bulb but get hot in an enclosure.
By Steve from PA on January 19, 2015

Answer:
They don't get hot. They barely get warm. They have to say that to protect themselves. You never know what people are doing with these lights or how they are installing them.
By Gary from Rockford, IL on January 20, 2015

Answer:
It is not the LED that is the problem. As with most LED fixtures, it is the electronics that drive them that generates the heat and need some cooling. These are sourced from a 120 Vac source but have electronic circuits that allow dimming on the output, so it is not a simple low voltage sourced LED.

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 David from Oro Valley, AZ on November 16, 2014

Answer:
It has a sticky surface on the bottom.

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

Answer:
Tom,

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

Answer:
John,

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

Answer:
Will,

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 Nick from Goshen, NY on November 21, 2014
Would this product work with an outlet timer so they go on and off automatically?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 21, 2014

Answer:
Yes, since it would simply plug into the timer.
By Gary from Rockford, IL on November 23, 2014

Answer:
Sure. They simply plug in and will go on and off as that outlet is powered. Mine is on a switch so it is the same concept.

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 Mike from Reading, PA on December 4, 2014
How long is the wire from the dimmer to the power connection hub and can this wire be detached from the hub for routing?
By Debra Cowen from Lakewood, CA on December 4, 2014

Answer:
The wire from dimmer to hub is about 3 1/2 foot. Does not appear to be detachable.
By Tim from San Antonio on December 4, 2014

Answer:
The cord is 4-5' in length.
No, the ends are soldered connections.
By TJ from Washington, DC on December 4, 2014

Answer:
I believe the wire is about 5 feet long. Unlike the plug-in lights, the dimmer is (or at least it was last summer) hard-wired/soldered on both ends - I had to snip the wires and then splice them together to get a decent routing. A serious design flaw in an otherwise good system - can't see how anyone could mount the dimmer in any reasonable place without doing that (or cutting large holes).
By Norm from Wisconsin on December 4, 2014

Answer:
This wire is hard-connected to both the dimmer and power-hub modules, i.e., there are no connectors.

By John from Sacramento on December 4, 2014
How do these work with granite counter tops? Many non-halogen lights reflect the pattern of the light rather than just the lighting. For mirror type granite surfaces, this can be very unsightly, especially for darker counter tops. The halogen work fantastic, but little LED lights show up each diode rather than lighting.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 4, 2014

Answer:
John, the frosted diffuser lens will alleviate the LED spot patterns that you mention on granite surfaces.

By Mike from Reading, PA on December 4, 2014
What is the recommended spacing of these lights?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 4, 2014

Answer:
Mike, please see our blog post on spacing puck lights - http://blog.pegasuslighting.com/2011/02/how-many-under-cabinet-lights-do-i-need/
By Norm from Wisconsin on December 4, 2014

Answer:
I am not aware of any recommendation. I have three of these pucks mounted in the ceiling over my 6' wide bay window. They are spaced approx. 27 inches apart and do a great job of illuminating the window area. The lead wire from each puck is approx. 5' long and must be able to reach the power-hub. I did not shorten any wires - just hid any extra wire behind the valance.
By Nick from New York on December 5, 2014

Answer:
I just installed 6 of the same puck lighting and spaced them 12 inches on center apart and the lighting effect looks good.

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

Answer:
Jeffrey,

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 Joe Tarsia from Haddonfield, NJ on December 19, 2014
Will this light work with 12V AC?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 19, 2014

Answer:
Joe,

No, these lights will not work properly on 12VAC.
By Gary from Rockford, IL on December 19, 2014

Answer:
I don't think so. The power supply that comes with it is powered by 120 VAC. It runs the driver circuits for the 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

Answer:
Ron,

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.


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