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Hardwire Junction Box for Priori Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights

Hardwire Junction Box for Priori Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights

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Product Overview
  • 4 knockouts
  • Includes 12in extension
  • White or bronze
  • UL listed
Description
This hardwire junction box is specifically designed to connect the Priori Thin Under Cabinet Task Lights directly to power.
  • Includes a 12in extension that allows the lights to be placed away from the hardwire junction box and to link multiple fixtures together.
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Specifications
UL Listed
Yes
Finish
White
Bronze
Condition
New
Brand
American Lighting
Width (in)
2.125
Height (in)
1
Length (in)
7.375
Quantity Being Sold
1
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Question from Mike:

Do I need the junction box for hard wire or can I just hardwired direct into the under cabinet light housing

Answer from Pegasus:

No, the hardwire box is not required. You can either hardwire directly to the fixture or use the hardwire junction box. Here are some Pros/Cons that I hope will help you decide. Hardwire Junction Box Pros: More room in junction box for splices than inside the fixture Uses a neat looking extension cord from fixture to junction box Junction box can be located right next to the Romex wire coming from the wall Cons: This is a more expensive solution Hardwiring to Fixture Pros: A less expensive solution Cons: Space inside the fixture is a bit tight for splices but still possible Requires Romex wire to run from behind wall directly to fixture. Some individuals might consider this unsightly and possibly a minor violation of a strict interpretation of the Electric Code.

Question from Pam Hillman:

I'm replacing existing hardwired fluorescent lights with the LED thin under cabinet task lights. Is the hardwire junction box required? Thank you.

Answer from Pegasus:

No, the hardwire box is not required. You can either hardwire directly to the fixture or use the hardwire junction box. Here are some Pros/Cons that I hope will help you decide. Hardwire Junction Box Pros: More room in junction box for splices than inside the fixture Uses a neat looking extension cord from fixture to junction box Junction box can be located right next to the Romex wire coming from the wall Cons: This is a more expensive solution Hardwiring to Fixture Pros: A less expensive solution Cons: Space inside the fixture is a bit tight for splices but still possible Requires Romex wire to run from behind wall directly to fixture. Some individuals might consider this unsightly and possibly a minor violation of a strict interpretation of the Electric Code.

Question from GREGG SHAW:

PARTIALLY ANSWERED IN YOUR RESPONSE TO PAM TILLMAN. I AM / WANT TO REPLACE FLUORESCENT LIGHT UNDER CABINET FIXTURES WITH LED STRIP LIGHTING. THE ONES I AM LOOKING AT INCORPORATE TRANSFORMER FOR 12V AND SMALL REHEOSTAT(?) OR ADJUSTABLE DIMMER. I WAS LOOKING FOR A BLOCK LIKE YOURS. I WANT TO WIRE 120V LOOMEX ( ROMEX IN USA) TO INCOMING SIDE AND 120V CORDED SIDE OF TRANSFORMER TO THE OTHER TO AVOID HAVING TO RUN PLUGGED END CORD DOWN TO DUPLEX OUTLET. CAN I DO THIS WITH YOUR BOX. THANKS FOR ANY ASSISTANCE.

Answer from Pegasus:

This hardwire box is used with the 043X Priori lights only. This can not be attached to a transformer as the 043X are a 120V fixture there is no transformer needed.