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- 6 finishes
- Eyeball adjusts 45°
- Use MR16 halogen
- Order lamp separately
- Sloped ceiling approved
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Submitted by Jarrod | 8.12.11
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Question from Martin:
Answer from Pegasus:Martin: The lamp used with this trim is an MR16 halogen with a bipin base. The base of the lamp has two male pins that push into a cable included with the housing that has the female side of the connection. When the MR16 lamp needs to be replaced a circular trim piece around the lamp will be removed and the lamp can be easily replaced.
Question from Gary:
Answer from Pegasus:Gary, Yes, if you use one of our compatible 120V housings. You should use a Lutron magnetic low voltage dimmer. http://www.pegasuslighting.com/magnetic-low-voltage-dimmers.html
Question from Kristen:
Answer from Pegasus:No, a remodel IC can is not available for this trim.
Question from Jason:
Answer from Pegasus:All of the compatible housings use an integral magnetic transformer so a magnetic dimmer is the best type to use.
Question from Christie Jacobs:
Answer from Pegasus:It's suitable for damp locations when used with a compatible housing. If your porch ceiling will not be exposed to direct water spray, e.g. rain, then yes it's OK to use outside.
Question from James:
Answer from Pegasus:James, This compatible housing is suitable for contact with insulation: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/4inch-12v-recessed-lighting-housing-ic-airtight.html
Question from Mark:
Answer from Pegasus:The depth is 1-5/8in. All but the trim installs in a recessed housing.No, it does not have its own switch. This recessed trim must be installed in a compatible recessed housing. Generally recessed housings are wired to a wall switch or dimmer.