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Black LED Mini Bullet Light

Black LED Mini Bullet Light

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$41.31

Item #:
024-0001

American Lighting

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Product Overview
  • Bright white LED
  • Produces minimal heat
  • High CRI (85)
  • No harmful UV/IR rays
  • Life: 60,000 hours
  • Call for custom orders
Description
This energy-efficient LED recessed mini bullet light with a 3100K single bright white LED has a long rated life and gives off very little heat. This led light fixture is perfect in cabinets, display cases, retail environments, entertainment centers, architectural built-ins, back bar displays, restaurants, museums and art galleries, and as niche lighting.
Specifications
Diameter (in)
1.1875
Height (in)
0.1825
Lumens
67
Wattage
1.25
Cutout Required (in)
1
Beam Angle (degrees)
110
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
85
Quantity Being Sold
1
Number of LEDs
1
Kelvin Color Temperature
3100K
Rated Life (hours)
60,000
Input Voltage
120V
Light Source
LED
Power Method
Hardwire
Dimmable
No
Finish
Black
Color Temperature
Warm White
Color of Light
White
Warranty
3 Years
Wiring Type
Series
Mounting Type
Recessed
Material
Plastic
Locations
Indoor
Emits UV/IR Radiation
No
Recessed Diameter
Mini
Light Fixture Type
Puck Light
Condition
New
Voltage System
Low Voltage
Brand
American Lighting
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Question from Sharon:

Can this be installed into a wall (sheetrock)?

Answer from Pegasus:

Sharon, These items should be mounted directed down only, so no, I would not recommend mounting on a wall.

Question from Susan:

How many of these lights can you connect together? I have 18 glass fronted cabinets on the top of my wall cabinets and would like one in each.

Answer from Pegasus:

A max of 8 bullet lights can be installed on a single driver. To order kits larger than 4 mini bullet lights, please call our customer service for assistance.

Question from Scott:

Do you have a kit with 6 lights

Answer from Pegasus:

Scott, please call our customer service and we would be happy to quote you on a 6 for six lights.

Question from John Rosenthal:

How many lumens of light does one of these produce?

Answer from Pegasus:

Each produces 67 lumens.

Question from Shari:

Are these lights moisture resistant? I want to put them above the shower.

Answer from Pegasus:

Shari, No, these are not wet location rated.

Question from Kevin:

Hi, I'm considering using 4 of these lights recessed in the ceiling of a custom shower stall, whilst they will not be exposed to direct water spray they will be in a damp environment. Are they suitable for this use? Also can you advise the brightness/light output for each light. Thanks

Answer from Pegasus:

Kevin, your proposed installation is considered a wet location, so no, they are not suitable for installation inside of a shower stall.

Question from suett:

I like the fact that this fixture has 110 beam spread, however the wattage is a bit low. Do you have another mini LED recessed light that has wide beam spread with higher output? Thanks.

Answer from Pegasus:

Sorry - I do not have any other fixture to recommend. Take a look at the review for this product as well as the reviews on this page, a product that uses the same LEDs. These mini bullet lights emit a good amount of light and are excellent for shelf lighting. http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-recessed-mini-swivel-lights-1-watt.html

Question from suett:

I want to use three of these 1.25-watt mini bullets for a shelf, plus one of LED 3.25-watt high power recessed swivel light for a tall display niche. Can I put all these together on one switch?

Answer from Pegasus:

The two light fixtures you mention require different drivers. The 1.25W mini bullet lights use a 350mA constant current driver. The 3.25 high power recessed swivel lights require a 700mA constant current driver. It may be possible to connect both drivers to one switch. I would strongly recommend discussing your install with a local electrician.