By Ron from LA on November 12, 2014
As in some of the other posted questions I too have track lighting with MR16 halogen bulbs. I have read that LED requires a transformer or resister. Do I need anything other than the bulb to work in my track lighting?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 12, 2014
No you do not need any other components. If your track light uses 12V halogen MR16 light bulbs then it already has a transformer that steps down the line voltage to 12V, which is what this product needs.
By Willis David from Texas on August 31, 2014
Can this bulb be dimmed from a wall dimmer switch?
Can this bulb be used for a replacement in a track light fixture that originally used a Philips, 50 Watt, MR16, Halogen, flood bulb?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 1, 2014
Answer:No, it's not dimmable.
Yes, it can be used in your track fixture.
By Barbara from Denver on September 13, 2014
Can I use this to replace a 120v halogen GX5.3 base indoor spot?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 15, 2014
Answer:If your fixture allows for a GU5.3 base than yes. However, if it only accepts a GX5.3 base than no. They are not interchangeable.
By Dave from Dixon, CA on April 10, 2014
Can it be used outdoors in a sealed flood light Malibu lighting system?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 11, 2014
Answer:It can be used outdoors.
It should NOT be used in totally enclosed light fixtures.
By Martin Eldridge from Asbury, New Jersey on May 6, 2014
I have over 20 landscape lights which currently use 50 watt halogen MR16 bulbs. I would like to replace all of the halogen MR16 bulbs with MR16 LED bulbs. You state the light can be used in outdoor landscape lighting, but it should not be used in a totally enclosed fixtures. All of my fixtures are enclosed to protect the bulb and wiring inside the fixture. Why can't the MR16 LED bulb be used in an enclosed fixture?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 6, 2014
Answer:If it's used in a totally enclosed fixture the light bulb will get too hot, thus shortening the life of the LEDs. You need to use an MR16 suitable for outdoor use AND totally enclosed fixtures for best results.