By Ana from Miami on August 21, 2014
Is this product UL listed?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 21, 2014
Answer:The step light itself is not UL listed.
The LED drivers that power the step light are UL recognized.
By Russ from Arroyo Grande, CA on May 21, 2014
I have one further question, are the lead wires permanently attached to the lights? I need to be able to install these after drywall when there is no access to the under stair area.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 21, 2014
The lead wires are permanently attached to the light fixture.
By Bob from Canada on August 27, 2014
Is this considered a low voltage 12V step light? or line voltage 120V?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 28, 2014
Answer:It's low voltage - it runs off a constant current LED driver.
By Bob from Albany, New York on November 29, 2012
Are these lights applicable for interior step lighting from one floor to another? Where would you recommend installing the power supply? Do they come with longer than 38" length 24awg lead wires? Even if the power supply was installed half way up the stairs the lead wires from the bottom and top will not reach a single power supply @ 38".
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 29, 2012
Yes, these are suitable for indoor step lighting.
They come with 38in leads. A 78in power connector/extension cable is included with each step light, allowing greater flexibility for placing the driver.
I would place the driver where it's most convenient to hardwire to power.
By Rick from Minnesota on August 1, 2014
Can this light be installed in an existing concrete block wall? The wall is assembled and has yet to be covered in stucco.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 4, 2014
Answer:Rick I would think so as long as you are able to drill holes in the concrete.
By Tim from Miami on February 6, 2013
Can these lights be installed/embedded in concrete? I need a total of 8 lights for concrete steps. What else would I need to buy?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 7, 2013
Answer:I would recommend this similar product instead that is actually rated for use in concrete: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-in-ground-accent-light.html