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- 5 finishes
- Aim to direct light
- Outside diameter 4.75in
- Use MR16 halogen
- Sloped ceiling approved
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
Great for Artwork
Submitted by Shaye | 9.27.15
compact, adjustable 2 ways.
light escapes from the cracks
Excellent directional ability
Submitted by Cy | 3.29.14
Great product, exactly what we needed
Submitted by Lindsey D. | 12.19.13
Small, adjustable, wide range of motion and angle of light, easy to install
Best in its class.
Submitted by Marshall | 5.20.13
Angle is great.
Was hard to get LED lights for it, but now they are readily available.
Nice and functional trim
Submitted by Yair | 4.03.13
Question from Richard:
Answer from Pegasus:Richard: This light is hard wired to power in your ceiling. One way that you could control them by a remote control would be to purchase a light switch or dimmer that comes with a remote control (like this one from Lutron - http://www.lutron.com/en-US/Products/Pages/StandAloneControls/Dimmers-Switches/MaestroIRDimmer/Overview.aspx). Currently we don't offer this product on our website but give us a call and we could get one for you.
Question from Raul:
Answer from Pegasus:Raul: I use these very lights in my house in the exact same manner you want to. I use them as accent lighting to light artwork on my wall. Our company president also uses these fixtures in this manner. They are awesome for this kind of situation. You could also use a line voltage eyeball light. Using an eyeball over this adjustable elbow is more an aesthetic choice than anything else. Both would serve your purpose. Halogen lighting in general provides a crisp, white light. I don't think that there is any real difference in light quality between the two fixtures. I use 50W lamps in my adjustable trims and I feel they are quite sufficient. Again, using these fixtures to light artwork on the wall is a great use. I love mine!
Question from John:
Answer from Pegasus:John, I'm sorry but no this will not fit a 6in housing. Check out our 6in selections on this page - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/6inch-recessed-lighting.html We have some different trims that you can angle like this one. Thanks
Question from G:
Answer from Pegasus:We do not recommend mixing manufacturers in a recessed like. It will often void the UL listing and the warranty for both the can and the trim.
Question from Donna:
Answer from Pegasus:Donna, First - when the adjustable part of the trim is flush, there is a little tab to pull it back out. Second, there is a screw on the top of the slide bracket that can be tightened to make the trim hold its position more firmly. You will need to remove the trim out of the can to adjust this.
Question from Armand:
Answer from Pegasus:All of our 4 inch recessed trims can be seen on this page - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/4inch-recessed-lighting.html
Question from Hugo Unruh:
Answer from Pegasus:No because the required housings use AC transformers. If you want to use an LED light bulb it needs to be compatible with an AC transformer.
Question from Bill Cooke:
Answer from Pegasus:Bill, The trim installs in a recessed housing (sold separately). Housings can be installed in a variety of ways depending on the type you use. I would suggest exploring the compatible housings we recommend to see the different options.
Question from Ena E.F. Hammond:
Answer from Pegasus:A housing is required for each trim to install in the ceiling. Please see the Accessories for the compatible required housings.
Question from Tim:
Answer from Pegasus:I would recommend this remodel housing - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/4inch-12v-recessed-lighting-housing-remodel-airtight.html I am assuming this is a residential setting. If not then you may need a 277V input housing. As long as the covered porch is not exposed to direct water spray than it is acceptable. The housing is suitable for damp locations.
Question from Mike:
Answer from Pegasus:Mike, You can use LED light bulbs under a few conditions. 1. The light bulb should be compatible with a magnetic AC transformer because the required housings use this transformer to step down the voltage. 2. The light bulb should be suitable for use in enclosed light fixtures so that it doesn't overheat.
Question from Roxanne Thompson:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, the recessed light is suitable for use on a sloped ceiling.
Question from Kelly:
Answer from Pegasus:Kelly, here's an example of the finish on another product - http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/yhst-57698777434928_2268_17111777
Question from Eileen:
Answer from Pegasus:Absolutely. The exact type of dimmer will be determined by the transformer type located in the housing you select. Most have magnetic transformers so you will likely need a magnetic low voltage dimmer.
Question from Drew:
Answer from Pegasus:Drew, The ideal distance from the painting will depend upon the light bulb beam spread and wattage you intend to use as well as the lighting effect you desire. I would strongly suggest testing out the lights in the space before you complete the install.
Question from Kelly:
Answer from Pegasus:Absolutely.
Question from Mike:
Answer from Pegasus:Mike, You should use an insulated ceiling housing (IC rated) for the two that will be in contact with insulation. For these lights, this is the compatible new construction IC rated housing - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/4inch-12v-recessed-lighting-housing-ic-airtight.html
Question from Mrs. Jackie Brosnihan:
Answer from Pegasus:The ideal distance apart and the distance from the painting will depend upon the light bulb beam spread and wattage you intend to use as well as the lighting effect you desire. I would strongly suggest testing out the lights in the space before you complete the install. There are several different housings to choose from, so the space needed will depend upon the housing you select. If I assume that you will use the remodel housing, then these dimensions should give you an idea of the space required. View more detailed info on the housing page. 5.75in high x 4-7/8in wide x 14.5in long
Question from Greg:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, the eyeball adjustable trims are great for accenting items - see the application image on the page for a situation similar to yours. You can adjust the eyeballs to light the exact area you are wanting illuminated.
Question from Raul:
Answer from Pegasus:Raul, Of the SoLux MR16 light bulbs, I would recommend the 3500K, which is a neutral white. For the beam spread, I would recommend a flood light bulb if you are accenting a relatively large piece of artwork.
Question from Dorothy:
Answer from Pegasus:These lights would be great for illuminating this beautiful picture. I would recommend using 2 fixtures since it's especially large (see the second image we show on the product page). Good luck!
Question from Mike Reiff:
Answer from Pegasus:Mike, I'm sorry, we do not carry the socket