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4in Low Voltage Recessed Lighting Trim with Step Baffle

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4in Low Voltage Recessed Lighting Trim with Step Baffle

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NL-410-BAFFLE

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Product Overview
  • 3 finishes
  • Outside diameter 4.75in
  • Use MR16 halogen
  • Order lamp separately
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Description
This four-inch recessed lighting trim effectively minimizes glare with the horizontal grooves in its baffle. Compatible with a 12-volt MR16 halogen lamp.
Specifications
Wattage
75
Trim Outside Diameter (in)
4.75
Quantity Being Sold
1
Number of Light Bulbs
1
Light Source
Halogen
Finish
White
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 Diameter
4in
Recessed Trim Type
Baffle
Trim Secures to Housing
Trim Clips
Light Fixture Type
Recessed Trim
Separate Component Required
Yes
Condition
New
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Question from Lester:

How does the light bulb attach to the trim?

Answer from Pegasus:

Lester, A housing (the part that goes inside of the ceiling) must be used with each trim. The housing has a socket for an MR16 light bulb.

Question from Sherri MacKay:

Do I have to use halogen bulbs with the NL-410CO? These will be placed in beams, 2 per beam and on a dimmer switch.

Answer from Pegasus:

It mostly depends on the housing you will install them in. Many housings for low voltage trims use magnetic transformers and have a minimum wattage load, so it can be tough to use LED MR16, which use very little wattage. My personal suggestion would be to use line voltage recessed lights if you want to use LED bulbs. It will make dimming easier, too.
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