By Michelle from Washington, DC on September 8, 2014
Are the bulbs replaceable?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 8, 2014
It does not have bulbs so no. This light strip uses integrated LEDs.
By John R. from Mission Viejo, CA on May 6, 2015
Sir, can you provide the dimensions of the transformer box used with LED Straight Edge lighting? I have kitchen cabinets with flush bottoms and no space to hide anything.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 7, 2015
Answer:The dimensions for the transformer will depend on which model you use. Check out the Accessories for the list of transformer options. On each transformer's product page we list the dimensions. Thanks!
By Ed from NYC on November 30, 2014
Can 3 - 26" long fixtures be wired together on one transformer on a dimmer?
I need pricing and what transformer to buy.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 30, 2014
Yes, 3 26in fixtures can be wired together to a single transformer and dimmer.
For a run of 3 26in fixtures, you will need to use one of the 60W transformers. You have a choice between a plug-in model or hardwire model. The compatible transformers are listed in the Accessories section of the page.
To determine pricing for the LED Straight Edge Strip Lights, simply select your option in the drop down options list.
Transformer and dimmer prices are listed on each product page.
By John from Fulshear, Texas on September 17, 2014
Does the dimmer go on the 120V or 24V side of the transformer? Will any of the Lutron electronic dimmers work?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 17, 2014
It goes on the 120V side of the transformer.
I would specifically recommend the Lutron Skylark electronic low voltage dimmer. It tends to work best with LED lights because it's the simplest of the Lutron dimmers.
By Jamey Kirby from Telluride, Colorado on February 18, 2015
I am looking for a strip light that is rated to go in the storage area of a clothes closet. Got any that are for use in the storage area of a closet per NEC Article 410.16(A)(3) and 410.16(C)(5).
By Ila from Pegasus Lighting on February 19, 2015
Answer:The LED Straight Edge Strip Lights meets the NEC code of having a lens cover to eliminate an exposed lamp.
Should you decide to use this fixture I would recommend using the 4500K color temperature.
By Idonna from Camano Island, WA on July 22, 2014
Would this work to light a painting that's in the middle of a wall of book shelves? The painting is 53 inches wide and 38 inches tall. We could mount the strip on the outer edge of the shelf above it and want it to be both hard wired and dimmable.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on July 23, 2014
Answer:Idonna, yes I think you could use it for this application. It's super low profile so it will be easily hidden and you can hardwire it and dim it.
By Michael from Washington, DC on May 31, 2013
Would this kind of lighting be appropriate (provide enough light) for a walk-in closet? If so, which wattage would be best?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 31, 2013
Yes, it would work well for closet application. I would suggest picking the longest length that fills up the space you are wanting to illuminate. That way you have even lighting.
By Luis from Eugene, Oregon on October 29, 2014
Can this product be hardwired to a wall switch?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 29, 2014
Answer:Absolutely! You will need to use one of the hardwire transformers.
By Patricia from Fairbanks, AK on January 12, 2015
I have two 3 foot jewelry display cases that I need to light. What is the best way to light the jewelry? Do I need a transformer for each case?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 13, 2015
You will need a transformer for each run. If the cases are near each other you may be able to use joiner cables to link them together and connect the run to a single transformer. If they are not near each other than yes you will need a transformer for each case.
I would suggest mounting them on the top of the case in the corner where they are concealed. You could use the 45 degree angle mounting clips (included) to direct the light onto the jewelry.
By Kathy from Florida on August 10, 2014
If I am only using one 25.25 light, do I need a transformer? I'm hardwiring this for an under cabinet light.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 11, 2014
Answer:Yes. A transformer is required for these light fixtures no matter the length of your run.