By Jane Salvaggio from Key Largo on March 5, 2013
What are the correct replacement bulbs on your website?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 5, 2013
Answer:Jane, this item does not have replacement bulbs. The LEDs are a built-in module.
By suett from millbrae, ca on August 13, 2012
Is this light dimmable?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 13, 2012
Answer:Yes, it is dimmable with the in-line dimmer listed in the Accessories.
By Brent from Los Angeles, CA on September 5, 2012
How many lumens does this 4-watt LED produce? Alternatively, what is the incandescent wattage equivalent in terms of brightness?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 5, 2012
I checked with the manufacturer and they estimate these puck lights are roughly equivalent to a 35-50W halogen puck light.
Hope this helps.
By Mike from Port Huron, Michigan on November 22, 2013
I have to "fish" the attached fixture wire through an enclosed cabinet space. Is there a way to remove the plug on the end of the wire and then reattach the plug after the wire has been pulled through the existing (inaccessible) holes in the cabinet?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 25, 2013
I'm sorry - no, the connectors are not removable.
Note that the dimensions of the connectors are only 5/8 inches x 3/8 inches.
By Jeff from Blaine, WA on November 25, 2013
Answer:I had to cut the plug off and then join the wires after. You can solder and heat shrink or use wire connectors.
By Cliff from New York on November 25, 2013
Answer:To my knowledge you cannot disconnect and reattach the wire but there is a fuse-able link that you can disconnect and it allows you to drill a hole about 5/8 in diameter to fish the wire through.
By Jeff Johnson from Dimondale,MI on December 30, 2012
Can you switch low voltage halogen puck lights to LED puck?
By Chris from Pegasus Lighting on December 31, 2012
The only way that I would know is to replace the halogen light bulb in the fixture with an LED one. However, I am not familiar with any LED light bulbs that would replace a lamp used in puck lights. One other thing to know is that LEDs use a driver to power the light while low voltage halogen use a low voltage transformer.
By Dick from Apex, North Carolina on December 31, 2012
Answer:I tried inserting aftermarket led bulbs into the halogen puck fixture. I had a very difficult time finding a bulb that I thought would supply enough light output, not only that those individual bulbs are expensive! After changing out one puck light to compare with the halogen, the led was actually very inferior with regard to light output. Pegasus had the lighting package with everything for comparatively less cost and the system works better. I personally would recommend a system approach, i.e. using an led puck system vs. trying to obtain individual bulbs and put them in existing fixtures.
By Jeff from Blaine, WA on January 1, 2013
Answer:I assume you want to use the same transformer? If the voltage is the same and the watt rating is same or less, it should work just fine. IE: The LED lights should draw less power.
These 4-watt LED lights are very bright, so keep that in mind. Also you need to create a 2 1/8" hole in the panel to friction fit them in place. I have decided to put them on the bottom of the upper cabinet, and I am looking for a nice cover to hide the LED unit inside the cabinet. They are a nice quality and design
By Adam from Utah on January 6, 2013
Can I some how integrate my own low voltage wire that I have ran for these lights in lieu of the connectors provided (I need to go longer than 4' between lights)? Also can I wire them through a low voltage transformer that is connected to 120v?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 7, 2013
I would not use a transformer instead of the included driver. Transformers work a bit different from constant voltage drivers.
I would also not recommend using your own wire. These puck lights are intended to be "plug and play" connections. There is a compatible extension cable, although this simply extends the distance between the driver and the power connector.
By Andrew Quinn from Ramsey, MN on September 25, 2013
I'm considering this product to replace 12 V halogen puck lights. The holes already drilled for the halogens are 2 1/8. The description says I need 2 1/4 holes. Am I going to have a problem? Can you tell me the exact diameter of the portion of this light that gets recessed?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 26, 2013
Answer:The actual diameter of the recessed part of the housing is approximately 1-7/8 inches. But you will have to account for the mounting clips on the side, making it a little over 2-1/8 inches. I think it will be a tight fit into a 2-1/8 inch hole, but it could work.
By Jeff from Blaine, WA on September 26, 2013
Answer:You will have to use a rotary sander with your drill to make the hole larger. It is not a difficult job, but I would draw the circle with a pencil and work out to it. Use a round sander about 1 1/2" in diameter and keep it vertical as you sand. Keep checking for fit.
By Rick Batchelor from Clermont, Florida on February 14, 2013
What color are these lights in degrees of kelvin?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 14, 2013
Answer:They are 4000K
By Scott from Orange County, CA on April 4, 2015
I'm looking for a puck light like this to recess into a wood project. The light will be pointing upward with a piece of glass artwork sitting on top of it.
I want it to be battery powered and need it to be a max of 5/8" deep since the wood is 3/4" thick.
Also is it possible to dim the brightness of the light output?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 5, 2015
Answer:You are going to have a tough time finding a puck light that can be directed upward. Most puck lights must be pointed downward or too much heat will shorten the life of the product. I would suggest looking for an up light product instead.