These thin and narrow LED lights are great for either retail or residential applications and are most commonly used for kitchen counters, cabinets, and curios. These light fixtures are thermally efficient, which makes them a wonderful choice for color sensitive apparel, artwork, heat sensitive apparel, and collectibles.
Accessories Included: each fixture includes one "I" connector for seamless end-to-end transitions.
I purchased this light in several sizes, and overall I am very disappointed. The lights are really on the cool side rather than the claimed warmer side. Installation was very difficult and I am very handy when it comes to home projects. Purchased the electronic dimmer which does not function well with the lights. I actually think these were the worst purchase I've ever made online.
Regardless of the five various lengths, each PBA-LED (LED Thin and Narrow Under Cabinet Task Light Bar) is a true 1-inch thick and 2.75 inches width.
Question from Robert Ezzell, Ezzell Electrical Ent.:
I recently purchased and installed PBA-LED10 fixtures for a customer who later installed Lutron Skylark 150w LED dimmers on them. There are 2 fixtures on one dimmer. After 3 weeks, one fixture flickers when on half bright after being on a couple of hours, but the other one works OK. Do I need to change out his dimmer or get a replacement fixture?
WAC Lighting, the manufacturer of this item, recommends using electronic low voltage dimmers for best dimming performance of this fixture. However, before switching dimmers I would suggest adjusting the low end adjustment dial on the dimmer to see if that alleviates the issue.
Question from Trish:
Is there a built in dimmer knob or toggle on this or do I have to have a dimmer switch externally installed on the wall. I am wanting to replace some current fluorescent under cabinet hard wired lighting I have now.
Trish, To dim these lights you will need to install an electronic low voltage wall dimmer.
Question from Gerry:
Two Questions: 1. Can five 30-inch fixtures be connected end to end (and fed from one end) without visible voltage drop dimming occurring at the last fixture? 2. These are line voltage fixtures with integral transformers (drivers); therefore, which type dimmers would be suitable? My installation would be fourteen 30-inch fixtures (217 watts) preferably controlled by one dimmer. Thanks