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4in Low Voltage Recessed Lighting Trim with Adjustable ElbowPegasus Lighting BBB Business Review

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Product Overview
  • 5 finishes
  • Aim to direct light
  • Outside diameter 4.75in
  • Use MR16 halogen
  • Sloped ceiling approved
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Description
This four-inch low voltage (12 volts) recessed lighting trim, available in five finishes, features an adjustable elbow allowing you to direct the light and enhance the room. Accent a display, wall hanging, or sculpture; or provide task lighting for a particular area.
Specifications
Wattage
75
Trim Outside Diameter (in)
4.75
Quantity Being Sold
1
Number of Light Bulbs
1
Light Source
Halogen
Finish
Black
White
Chrome
Copper
Natural Metal
Location Rating
Damp
Input Voltage
12V
Light Bulbs Included
No
Light Bulb Shape
MR16
Warranty
1 Year
Recommended Dimmer
Magnetic Low Voltage
Mounting Type
Recessed Housing
Locations
Indoor
Outdoor
Recessed Light Nominal Diameter
4in
Recessed Trim Type
Adjustable
Trim Secures to Housing
Trim Clips
Light Fixture Type
Recessed Trim
Separate Component Required
Yes
Condition
New
Reviews
5 starsbased on5 reviews
4in Low Voltage Recessed Lighting Trim with Adjustable Elbow
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  • (2) 3 star reviews
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Great for Artwork

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I've installed 10 of these in my home, so far, to illuminate the artwork. They look sleek and modern, although some light does escape from the edges of the fixtures. Make sure to use the NLR-404QAT-50-120 housing. I haven't gotten the NLIC-401SAT-50 housing to work correctly with it yet. Also, make sure to use the proper MR16 halogen bulbs and a magnetic low-voltage compatible dimmer is recommended.

Pros:
compact, adjustable 2 ways.

Cons:
light escapes from the cracks

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Excellent directional ability

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I had this light installed for illuminating modern art. Worked very nicely. So far I am impressed with this company.

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Great product, exactly what we needed

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We installed 3 of these on a sloped ceiling to highlight art on the wall and provide lighting to the top of a dresser. These lights are small, and 85 degree tilt offered us total flexibility to get the light exactly where we wanted it. Great product.

Pros:
Small, adjustable, wide range of motion and angle of light, easy to install

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Best in its class.

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Easy to install, shadow on wall is beautiful.

Pros:
Angle is great.

Cons:
Was hard to get LED lights for it, but now they are readily available.

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Nice and functional trim

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As described. Fast and professional service.

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Question from Raul:

Hello, I am considering using a pair of these lights to provide accent lighting for a pair of oil paintings in my house. I was considering them primarily for their adjustability in directing the light, but other than this would you say there is any other difference in accent lighting quality over a line voltage eyeball light? I would be using a dimmer switch either way and the lights would be a new construction addition in my ceiling, there are no present lights there. Also would you say 50W bulbs would be sufficient or if there is a better brand/style of mr16 bulb for my purpose? Thanks.

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 Donna:

How do I release the light after it has become completely flat into the casing? Also, the other light seems to be too loose and does not hold in the position it is placed in.

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 Hugo Unruh:

Can I use a 12VDC LED MR16 in this fixture?

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:

How does this fixture mount?

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:

Can these lights be set directly into the ceiling, or is additional equipment required?

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 Mike:

Can you use LED bulbs in this fixture?

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:

Can I use this on a sloped ceiling. We're trying to light art over a fireplace . The current recessed low voltage MR16 fixture doesn't allow us to focus the light very well and we're looking for an alternative. Thank You for your help!

Answer from Pegasus:

Yes, the recessed light is suitable for use on a sloped ceiling.

Question from Eileen:

Can you install a dimmer switch with this light?

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:

What is the recommended mounting distance from the fixture to the displayed artwork?

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:

We are looking to light a loft area in a new log home. The ceiling are slanted. Someone suggested these kinds of recessed lights to light the area. Is this a good use for them?

Answer from Pegasus:

Absolutely.

Question from Dorothy:

We are considering this fixture to spotlight a recently purchased forest landscape painting with an outside frame size of 50 1/2 (horizontal) X 40 1/2 inches (vertical). The oil painting itself measures 39 1/2 X 29 1/2 inches. What would be your recommendation for the type of lighting that would be most ideal for illuminating this size and style of oil painting? While on display the painting had a track light directed mostly at the sky area, but nicely picked up the golds/yellows that were on the ground. The lighting sold the painting. This oil will be displayed above a dining room buffet that is still on order. It will be the centerpiece of the dining room area which is somewhat small. We have read several of your online articles pertaining to lighting of artwork.

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!