Black LED Mini Bullet Light
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- Bright white LED
- Produces minimal heat
- High CRI (85)
- No harmful UV/IR rays
- Life: 60,000 hours
- Call for custom orders
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
Great idea. Way too expensive and do not last very long.
Submitted by Chaz Walker | 5.09.14
Small. Nice light. No heat generated. Easy to install.
Do not last as long as advertised.
Small footprint with a lot of light
Submitted by Gelob | 11.12.11
Footprint, light intensity and ease of installation.
None so far.
Question from Sharon:
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:
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:
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:
Answer from Pegasus:Each produces 67 lumens.
Question from Shari:
Answer from Pegasus:Shari, No, these are not wet location rated.
Question from Kevin:
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:
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:
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.