By Joseph from San Jose, Ca on June 15, 2013
Is it possible to wire multiple fixtures together using NM wire instead of the jumpers? I would like to pigtail the NM inside the light fixture.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 17, 2013
Answer:Yes, they may be linked using NM wire.
By SBK from Brooklyn on June 19, 2013
Does this item require a transformer?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 20, 2013
Answer:No, it has an integral driver. No remote transformer or driver is needed.
By MM from Here on July 20, 2013
What are the dimensions other than length?
By Ila from Pegasus Lighting on July 22, 2013
Answer:Regardless of the five various lengths, each PBA-LED (LED Thin and Narrow Under Cabinet Task Light Bar) is a true 1-inch thick and 2.75 inches width.
By Mike Brooks from New Bern, NC on July 23, 2013
Answer:The light bar is 8" long, 2.75" wide, and 0.75" deep/tall.
By Trish from Chville, VA on March 20, 2014
Is there a built in dimmer knob or toggle on this or do I have to have a dimmer switch externally installed on the wall. I am wanting to replace some current fluorescent under cabinet hard wired lighting I have now.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 20, 2014
To dim these lights you will need to install an electronic low voltage wall dimmer.
By Morris from ATX on March 21, 2014
There is only an on-off switch. I replaced two undercab fluorescent strips with these led strips, on a wall switch. I also replaced the wall switch with a Lutron dimmer, which worked great for about four months. Then the dimmer would not control each light, ie, one would come on, while the other would be unlit, and that arrangement would switch as I slid the dimmer switch up and down. I sent Pegasus an email wondering if my light units were defective, and they told me that I had used the wrong dimmer model. They gave me the correct dimmer model, but I have not purchased and replaced them as of yet, as the lights still work, both on at the same time, if at just the right spot on the dimmer slide.
So, BEWARE the dimmer switch, and be sure to buy the correct one. It is not inexpensive, but I will absolutely say that when working as they should, these led lights on a good dimmer are just awesome!
By Robert from Homer Glen, IL on March 24, 2014
Answer:There is only an on/off switch on the light. A dimmer may be used that is wired in the wall. It must be a specific type called electronic low voltage dimmer, quite a bit more expensive than standard light dimmers. I've had these installed for a few months and they work and look great. Had a slight problem and Pegasus customer service was terrific.
By Rachel from DC on April 11, 2013
Can this fixture be hard-wired?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 11, 2013
Absolutely! This fixture can be hardwired directly to power.
By Robert Ezzell, Ezzell Electrical Ent. from Zephyrhills, FL on October 12, 2014
I recently purchased and installed PBA-LED10 fixtures for a customer who later installed Lutron Skylark 150w LED dimmers on them. There are 2 fixtures on one dimmer. After 3 weeks, one fixture flickers when on half bright after being on a couple of hours, but the other one works OK. Do I need to change out his dimmer or get a replacement fixture?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on October 12, 2014
Answer:WAC Lighting, the manufacturer of this item, recommends using electronic low voltage dimmers for best dimming performance of this fixture.
However, before switching dimmers I would suggest adjusting the low end adjustment dial on the dimmer to see if that alleviates the issue.
By P.M. from Southern California on October 12, 2014
Answer:Get a replacement fixture. Four of my original eight PBA-LED 10 fixtures FAILED with the first 10 months of light use (never more than one hour of use per day). Mine flickered at first then no longer offered any light. Pegasus' customer service has been excellent shipping replacement units, but I believe some of these fixtures have serious flaws. My contractor was also accommodating, replacing all at no charge since I purchased the lights he recommended. When the first two failed he changed the dimmer to a Lutron DVELV-300P-IV. I paid for the replacement dimmer switch.
By Gerry from Brownstown, MI on September 26, 2013
1. Can five 30-inch fixtures be connected end to end (and fed from one end) without visible voltage drop dimming occurring at the last fixture?
2. These are line voltage fixtures with integral transformers (drivers); therefore, which type dimmers would be suitable? My installation would be fourteen 30-inch fixtures (217 watts) preferably controlled by one dimmer.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 26, 2013
1. Yes, the maximum number of fixtures that can be linked together is 6.
2. The manufacturer recommends an electronic low voltage (ELV) dimmer for these lights.