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  • 2 Attractive finishes
  • Excellent color rendering
  • Surface or recess mount
  • Easy to install
  • Dimmable
  • Cooler than halogen
  • UL listed
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Xenon Line Voltage Puck Light Kits

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Xenon Line Voltage Puck Light Kits

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About our Xenon Line Voltage Puck Light Kits

Install xenon line voltage puck lights under cabinets, in book cases, or where high quality task lighting is needed. They emit warm white light with excellent color rendering and are simple to install. They are available in complete kits that are easy to link together.


  • 3 Kits
    1 Puck Light Kit (includes 1 puck light & lamp, and 6-foot power cord)
    2 Puck Lights Kit (includes 2 puck lights & lamps, 6-foot power cord, and 12-inch flexible connector)
    4 Puck Lights Kit (includes 4 puck lights & lamps, 6-foot power cord, and 12-inch flexible connectors)
  • 2 Finishes:
    White (WH)
    Black (BK)
  • Custom Kits Available: if you would like to build your own custom kit, please call our toll-free number for ordering assistance or purchase the individual items.
  • Versatile Mounting: this puck light may be either surface mounted or recessed mounted
  • Housing Dimensions: when surface mounted its dimensions are 2-5/8in diameter x 1-3/8in thick; when recessed mounted its dimensions are 2-5/8in diameter x 1/2in thick.
  • Construction: heavy-duty, hard durable plastic
  • Intended to Shine Down: has been designed to be used so that the light is directed downward. If the Puck Light is installed so that it is facing upward, too much heat may be trapped inside the fixture.
  • Even Light Distribution: frosted glass diffuser for even light distribution


  • Xenon Lamp Included: xenon bipin lamp with a G8 base
  • Wattage of Light Source: 20 watts
  • Maximum Overall Length: 1-7/16in MOL [Caution: This line voltage puck light will not accept a 120-volt xenon bipin lamp that is longer than this.]
  • Excellent Color Rendering: CRI is 100 for all xenon light bulbs (100 is considered to be the best)
  • Warm White Light: color temperature of 3100K (warm white)
  • Good Lamp Life: rated life is 8,000 hours on average (In contrast, a 20-watt bipin halogen lamp is generally rated at about 2,500 hours.)
  • Easy Lamp Handling: unlike a halogen light bulb the glass envelope of a xenon light bulb may be touched with bare hands (while the lamp is cool) without causing the lamp to fail prematurely
  • Easy Lamp Replacement: twist on/off frosted glass diffuser allows for easy relamping
  • Cooler than Halogen: gives off less heat than a comparable halogen light bulb


  • Electrical Leads: each has a 3-inch lead and a 3-inch tail wire with Molex connector for linking pucks. Note the end puck light in the kits has no tail wire.
  • No Transformer Needed: since this is a line voltage fixture no transformer is needed
  • Linkable: each kit includes the necessary flexible connectors for linking the puck lights. A maximum of 10 can be linked together in a single run.
  • Switching: for plug-in installations control using power cordís rocker switch. For hardwire installations control using hardwire boxís rocker switch.
  • Dimmable: plug-in applications are dimmable with touch pad dimmer. Hardwire applications are dimmable with standard incandescent dimmers.


  • Easy to Install: please refer to these Installation Instructions (PDF)
  • Connecting to Power: simply plug the included power cord into the nearest electrical receptacle to connect to power. For hardwire installations, purchase a hardwire box.


  • Additional Xenon Puck Lights: for expanding a kit or for creating a custom kit
  • Additional Flexible Connectors: available in black or white and in 2 different lengths. Purchase additional flexible connectors to extend spacing between puck lights.
  • Hardwire Box: required for hardwire installations. A maximum of two runs can connect to each hardwire box.
  • 6-Foot Power Cord: available in black and white. Purchase a power cord if you are building your own custom kit and want to plug into power.
  • Replacement Xenon Lamps
  • Dimmers: plug-in installations are dimmable with touch pad dimmer. Hardwire installations are dimmable with standard incandescent dimmers.


  • UL Listed: UL listed in USA & Canada
  • Large Quantity Discount: If you would like us to quote on a large quantity of these Xenon Line Voltage Puck Lights, please call us at our toll-free number or use the online Quotation Request for Large Quantities form. We are always happy to provide you with our best large quantity pricing.

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Product Reviews
Xenon Line Voltage Puck Light Kits
4 Stars based on 5 Review(s)
Garden City, NY
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Perfect lights for my application
April 25, 2013
I was building open shelf display cases and needed a small light that I could recess and also run on line voltage. These displays were built into the walls and I really didn't want a low voltage transformer behind the sheetrock. Technical support steered me towards these units and they provide fantastic light on the dimmer switches and run much cooler than halogen options.
Recessed, line voltage, cooler operating temps

Naperville, IL
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good single light for undercabinet.
January 13, 2014
This individual xenon light puck worked fine for an undercabinet light where we needed just a single 20W light. We dim the light using a Lutron Diva wall switch that is wired to the outlet where we plugged in the puck. It dims nicely without issues. We would prefer a light that is 2800K or less, but this puck comes with a 3000K bulb making is slightly whiter than our undercabinet light bars that use 2800K bulbs. So, we plan to change the puck bulb to a 2800K bulb to take care of this issue.
Nice looking black puck with diffuse lens. Installed easily. Dims nicely.
Comes with a 3000K bulb that is whiter than we like, and so we will need to buy a different bulb.

Bastrop, Texas
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

4 puck kit
June 9, 2013
Kit worked well. The electrical connections are a plus. However, after drilling a 2-1/8 hole for recessed mounting, the hole needed a bit of enlarging in order to install the puck. All things considered I am happy with product. Will probably use again.

5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great little light
April 9, 2013
Woks great puts off good light in display case keeping the heat down.
Small and compact. Bright but not too bright. Keeps cooler than halogen.
One so far

2 Stars

Nice - but light color is very disappointing
December 3, 2012
The pucks installed well, they seem very well made. However, the light they produce is not yellowish like halogen, or even whiteish like halogen or some LEDs, its really pretty darn blue. I wish I'd have purchased a halogen solution, the light these produce is pretty unattractive.
Well made. Easy install.
Overly blue color output.

Questions & Answers
By Sandy Jenkins from Bpt CT on June 17, 2013
I have 3 of these puck lights installed underneath my kitchen cabinets. One has gone out and I can't figure out how to remove the section to replace bulb. Can you give me instructions? Thanks.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 17, 2013


Check out page 2 of the installation instructions under the section "To Replace Bulb"

Please let us know if you have any issues replacing the lamps.

By Darren from Westland, Michigan on May 10, 2014
I am working on my bathroom and am installing a mirror with out a light. I have a soffit that is about 13 inches deep and 48 inches long. My idea was to put in three of these lights instead of an outside lighting fixture. Would these lights be okay installed into the soffit ? There is no installation in the soffit number one. I would like to hardwire these to the main light switch too. Any thoughts on this?
Thank you

By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on May 12, 2014

Darren, I would not recommend puck lights for installing in a soffit since it's part of the ceiling. Too much heat will cause issues with the light fixtures.

Instead, I would recommend one of our mini recessed lights -

By Steve from Owego, NY on January 30, 2014
How many of these can be connected to one 15 amp switch?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 30, 2014


In general, 15 amp circuits can have a max load of 1440W.

The max number of puck lights on a single run is 10, which is a total of 200W. That is well below the wattage acceptable load on a 15amp circuit.

However, it's important to determine what else is on the same circuit as your 15amp switch before determining how many puck lights you can safely add.

By Steve from Minnesota on April 20, 2015
I would like to install under cabinet in a recessed format. Would there be too much heat build up to use this installation method?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on April 21, 2015

You can recess these puck lights. The manufacturer advises to only recess them if the top of the cabinet is open, allowing proper ventilation.

By Drew from Pittsburgh, PA on March 4, 2013
These can be hardwired and linked together, correct?

I am considering purchasing these for under cabinet lighting. My specific setup already has the Romex under the cabinet attached to a switch. I can just connect one to the Romex and then link the others, right?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 4, 2013


Yes, they can be hardwired and linked together.

To hardwire, you'll first need a hardwire box, which will connect to the household NM wire.

Then, the puck lights connect to the hardwire box and can be linked together with their attached electrical leads. Note the leads are 3in long. If you need more space between the hardwire box and puck lights, then you'll also need flexible connectors.

By Larry from Seal Beach, CA on August 23, 2012
I'm planning to order a 2 puck kit. How do these connect to the power source; 115v cord/plug? If so how long and what color is provided?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on August 24, 2012


A 6-foot power cord is included with each kit.

A black power cord is included when you select the black finish puck lights. A white power cord is included when you select the white finish puck lights.

By Chris from AZ on November 20, 2013
Can this light be surface mounted facing upwards on top of kitchen cabinets? Not sure if heat would be an issue in upwards position.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 20, 2013


According to the manufacturer, the product will not last very long if you install it pointing up as you describe. The item is designed to be pointed down and heat would cause the lamp to burn out quickly and possibly the face would melt.

By Ray from MI on May 22, 2015
Would like to use these over my kitchen sink. I have a 42" valance with a 3/4" shelf attached which is flush with the top of my cabinets. I have a couple questions;
1) Recessed mounted? Upon looking at the installation PDF, I don't see how they would mount through/to my shelf.
2) It doesn't appear to have a trim ring that would cover the drilled out hole for the puck. What am I missing?
3) How many would you suggest for this 42" span over the sink?
4) I plan I using these puck/s with a dimmer. My under cabinet Priori Xenon Line Voltage Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights are on a separate dimmer. I would have 2 separate dimmers in all. Do you feel that these puck lights would compliment the under cabinet Priori Xenon Line Voltage Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights?
Thanks, Ray
By Tony from Baltimore, MD on May 22, 2015

1) It does recess mount. 2) Housing comes off, and the face ring of the lens seals the hole you drill. 3) Two pucks. 4) I don't know.
By Ken from SC on May 22, 2015

Yes PDF is not very clear on recess mounting. I surface mounted a single light in corner cabinet and put on timer. Recess should be fine if you drill hole to diameter specified. Cover ring should provide trim ring needed. My light is only for accent lighting. If these are for primary lighting for your sink I am not sure you will get enough light out of these even using several fixtures.

By Tatum from Queens, NY on December 12, 2014
Can you change the light bulb wattage? And is it a halogen light bulb?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on December 13, 2014

You can use a lower wattage light bulb.

No, it's not halogen. The light source is a xenon light bulb.

By Gail from West Chester, Ohio on September 17, 2012
Can I install the xenon puck light inside a wall cabinet with glass doors?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 17, 2012


Yes, these puck lights will work very well in your application.
By Nick from Wake Forest, NC on September 17, 2012

Yes - I recently hardwired 2 of them into the top of a glass cabinet - to hardwire you need the small interface box that Pegasus sells also.
By Kiersten from Indianapolis, IN on September 17, 2012

The xenon puck light can definitely be installed inside a wall cabinet with glass doors. It is the perfect application. They can be flush mounted in the top of the cabinet, assuming you have enough room above the top of the cabinet. Have your installer drill a hole to the specifications provided, run the wiring, and you will be all set. You might also consider tempered glass shelves to get the full benefit of the light.
By Nick from Wake Forest, NC on October 4, 2012

Yes...however if you are hardwiring, also order the hardwire interface box also.

By John from Cocoa Beach, FL. on September 22, 2012
These lights get awfully hot. Are they designed to be left on for an extended period of time? They will be used in a glass faced enclosed cabinet.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 24, 2012


These puck lights are designed for applications such as an enclosed cabinet and I do not think you will have any issues.
By Nick from Wake Forest, NC on October 4, 2012

Actually, you would be surprised, only the face of the light or the bulb itself gets extremely hot - similar to an incandescent. I've left these pucks on all evening with the dimmer at the full setting with no issues. It can get warm on the shelves so I wouldn't use the cabinet for storing butter or chocolate.

By Matt from East coast on January 17, 2013
I was considering these as accent lights in a walk in closet. Would that be wise? Also, can these be hardwired?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 18, 2013


Yes, these will be great as accent lights in a closest.

Yes, they can be hardwired. A hardwire box is required (see accessories tab).

By Lexi12 from Delaware on September 11, 2013
I would like to install these in a glass kitchen cabinet that goes to the ceiling. Aim is to hard wire to existing 120v Romex cable that comes from a switch. They would be recessed into the ceiling at the top of the cabinet. Probably two per cabinet in series. Would this work?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 12, 2013

Yes, as long as the top of the cabinet you are installing is not completely enclosed. You must use the hardwire box to connect the puck lights to the electrical wire.

Please note this warning from the install instructions for recessed installations

CAUTION! Risk of fire! Install as recessed only where top of cabinet is not enclosed.
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 12, 2013

The best alternative would be to surface mount the puck lights instead of recess mount. That way there are no heat concerns.
By Lexi12 from Delaware on September 12, 2013

Unfortunately the cabinet is closed at the top. It's a 42" cabinet with glass front that goes to the ceiling. What is the best alternative?

By Joey from Chicago on May 12, 2013
How many flexible connector wire lengths can be connected together in case I need to run wire more that 24" for example? Like can I connect two or three 24" lengths together to get from one puck to another that is spaced far away? Example, puck A needs to connect to puck B that's 72" away, so can I use 3x 24" extenders?
By Pegasus Lighting on May 13, 2013


That's not a problem. The limit is interconnecting 5 cables.

By John Coughlin from Rochester, NY on February 11, 2013
Hi, what size hole do I need to drill for this and how many fixtures come in a kit?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on February 11, 2013


We offer several choices for these puck lights.

1. You can choose from our 1-, 2-, or 4-puck light kits. These include everything for a plug-in installation.

2. You can also build your own kit or expand one of our kits with the components on the accessories.

The cutout hole should be 2-1/8in (see installation instructions for more info).

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