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- Indoor or outdoor
- Warm white light
- Uses 1.44 watts
- 100,000-hour life
- Mount horizontal or vertical
- Easy install
- UL listed: wet locations
- Horizontal or Vertical: includes both a horizontal and a vertical faceplate.
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
Very bright but not harsh.
Submitted by Roger | Kansas City Mo. | 11.26.15
Bright, easy to install, nice looking, low energy use.
Could use thinner gasket
LED Step Lights
Submitted by George | 11.01.14
Submitted by Anthony DiMaggio | 6.17.14
Will order more
Works great!! Very bright.
Submitted by JJ | 2.25.14
Bright. Money saving.
Bright and does the job!
Submitted by Chris | 8.06.13
LED Mini Step Lights
Submitted by Rodney Cobbler | 3.24.13
Very classy look!
Bright, easy to install but wrong light
Submitted by John | 12.29.12
Brightness Ease of installation
Wrong lens style
Submitted by Rich | 3.03.11
Question from Kevin Thierry:
Answer from Pegasus:Kevin, we do not have a 12V input step light. This is the closest product - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-recessed-mini-step-light.html It requires a constant current driver.
Question from Al Weikart:
Answer from Pegasus:Al, I'm very sorry but we do not have replacement lenses.
Question from Scott:
Answer from Pegasus:Scott, Yes, it's UL listed in the USA & Canada.
Question from Roy Gustaveson:
Answer from Pegasus:Roy, These are line voltage fixtures, so you will need to use wires rated for line voltage.
Question from Lindy:
Answer from Pegasus:Lindy - I'm sorry, we do not have the faceplates available separately for these step lights.
Question from Tom:
Answer from Pegasus:Tom, The manufacturer does not publish lumen output for this item. This is pretty standard for a small fixture like this. 1.44 Watts Outdoor or Indoor Use: UL and cUL listed for damp locations (Should not have direct exposure to water, rain, or snow)
Question from Bevin:
Answer from Pegasus:Bevin, That will depend on a number of factors. How many total steps, dimensions of the steps, how bright you want the steps, etc. Many customers have found that 1 light every 3 steps or so seems adequate.
Question from Chilli Shim:
Answer from Pegasus:I would recommend this step light for installing in a floor: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-in-ground-accent-light.html
Question from Brooke:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, these lights are sold individually.
Question from Rene:
Answer from Pegasus:Rene, These lights require an input voltage of 120V. If the battery supplies this voltage as well, then I would think it would work. We do have products that are designed to operate in case of a power outage. Check out these lights: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/readybright-power-outage-lights.html They might be better suited for your application.
Question from Chuck:
Answer from Pegasus:Chuck, These step lights include the driver. They can be mounted vertically or horizontally in a single gang wall box - so to me, it sounds like they would work in your application.