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Black Neutral White LED MR16 Low Voltage Freestanding Monopoint Light

Black Neutral White LED MR16 Low Voltage Freestanding Monopoint Light



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Product Overview
  • Includes LED MR16
  • Flood beam spread
  • Mesh shade
  • Weighted base
  • Plug-in
  • 12-Foot cord
This freestanding LED light fixture is an excellent choice for accent lighting. It has a sturdy base and can be pointed exactly where you need light to enhance your display. It includes an energy-efficient LED MR16 light bulb.
  • What's Included: Freestanding monopoint light fixture, 6-Watt LED MR16 Light Bulb, 12-Foot driver and power cord.
Diameter (in)
Height (in)
Beam Angle (degrees)
Quantity Being Sold
Number of LEDs
Rated Life (hours)
Light Source
Power Method
Las Vegas Convention Center Approved
Input Voltage
Color Temperature
Neutral White
Color of Light
Beam Spread
Light Bulbs Included
Light Bulb Shape
1 Year
On/Off Switch
Power Cord Length
Emits UV/IR Radiation
Adjustable Light Shade
Light Fixture Type
Monopoint Light
Up Light
Power Cord Included
Black Neutral White LED MR16 Low Voltage Freestanding Monopoint Light
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Question from Nelson:

I am currently looking for a LED light in a 10'x'10 trade show display. I would like to use one to light up a motorcycle and another to accent our company logo on the booth's back drop. Would you recommend this item or something else?

Answer from Pegasus:

Yes, they would work great for your application. Depending on how close you position the light, you may need to consider using two instead of only one fixture.

Question from Carol:

Can this light be used with a dimmer and if so, what kind of dimmer?

Answer from Pegasus:

Absolutely - it's dimmable with the in-line dimmer listed in the Accessories.

Question from Kevin:

We're considering using two of these lights to illuminate large wreaths on our front doors. We have prelit garland with clear white lighting nearby. Which color temperature do you recommend? We are leaning towards the neutral white.

Answer from Pegasus:

Kevin, Yes, I would recommend the neutral white since you have clear white lighting nearby. It will be a close match.

Question from Randy:

Who manufactures this light?

Answer from Pegasus:

It's manufactured by Lightcraft Mfg

Question from Roxanne:

1) What color is the power cord on the white and silver units? 2) I see that the bulb is dimmable, can an in-line dimmer be added to this cord?

Answer from Pegasus:

The cord is black regardless of the finish ordered. Only this in-line dimmer may be used - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/in-line-rotary-dimmer-24w.html

Question from Rob Ackerman:

I have a dark bronze statue in my dining room. I want to up light the statue in the evening, the statue is six feet tall by 2 feet wide, will this particular floor fixture illuminate the statue? I also do not know what color of light. You have two different types. Neutral light or Warm white. Thank you for your time.

Answer from Pegasus:

Rob, Yes, this light will be great for up lighting your statue. Generally for residential settings we recommend warm white.

Question from Jeff Benjamin:

Can this fixture work with a Lutron tabletop dimmer, which only accepts a two-prong plug. Can the bulb be changed to a very narrow spot, rather than the supplied flood?

Answer from Pegasus:

Jeff, It is only dimmable with the compatible in-line dimmer listed in the Accessories. No, we only carry a flood beam spread.

Question from Larry Lund:

How is this fixture installed? Is there a transformer, if so where does it go. is this a plug and cord type fixture? Can this be mounted on the floor.

Answer from Pegasus:

This is a freestanding fixture. Place it where you would like it and use the 12-foot power cord to connect to power.

Question from Zach:

Wet rated? If not, can you recommend a similar spotlight that is (for indoor use)

Answer from Pegasus:

Yelm, WA