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1-Light Battery Operated Kit LED 3W Low Voltage Recessed Puck Light

1-Light Battery Operated Kit LED 3W Low Voltage Recessed Puck Light

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$291.79

Item #:
SL-388-1KT-BAT

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Product Overview
  • Recessed mount
  • Brushed chrome finish
  • Cool white light
  • 1-Year warranty
  • Call for custom orders
Description
Dramatically illuminate your book shelf, display case, or cabinets with these energy-efficient LED recessed puck lights. We offer convenient kits to suit your application.
  • Complete Kits: we bundle the required components together for discount pricing. In addition to the puck light(s), the kit includes,(1) Li-Ion Battery Pack with Smart Charger, (1) power connector for linking the pucks to the battery pack.

Specifications
Diameter (in)
2.125
Wattage
3
Quantity Being Sold
1
Number of LEDs
1
Kelvin Color Temperature
4000K
Light Source
LED
Power Method
Battery Operated
Dimmable
Yes
Input Voltage
100 - 240V
Output Voltage
12V
Output Voltage Type AC or DC
DC
Color Temperature
Cool White
Color of Light
White
Warranty
1 Year
Recommended Dimmer
In-line Rotary
Mounting Type
Recessed
Locations
Indoor
Emits UV/IR Radiation
No
Battery Type
Li-Ion
Batteries Included
Yes
Charger Included
Yes
Puck Light Placement
Intended to shine down
Light Fixture Type
Puck Light
Mini Recessed Light
Condition
New
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Question from Jeff Johnson:

Can you switch low voltage halogen puck lights to LED puck?

Answer from Pegasus:

Jeff: The only way that I would know is to replace the halogen light bulb in the fixture with an LED one. However, I am not familiar with any LED light bulbs that would replace a lamp used in puck lights. One other thing to know is that LEDs use a driver to power the light while low voltage halogen use a low voltage transformer.

Question from John:

Can I purchase a dimmable driver for these lights so they can be dimmed from a wall dimmer?

Answer from Pegasus:

John, these puck light kits cannot be dimmed by a wall dimmer. They are dimmable with the in-line dimmer accessory (sold separately) and the included driver.

Question from Lou:

Can I buy drivers separately? Because of the AC wiring to my kitchen cabinets, I'll need 5 drivers. I have three: one that came with a single light, one that came with 5 lights, and one that came with 6 lights. I need three more drivers with the ports sufficient to attach 2 lights each.

Answer from Pegasus:

Lou, please give us a call and we will be happy to assist you with ordering the parts you need.

Question from Andrea:

How do you access the battery to recharge the light once it is recessed into your cabinet?

Answer from Pegasus:

These puck lights run off of an external battery pack. Check out the 4th image to see what it looks like. The battery pack plugs into the included charger to recharge.

Question from Scott:

I'm looking for a puck light like this to recess into a wood project. The light will be pointing upward with a piece of glass artwork sitting on top of it. I want it to be battery powered and need it to be a max of 5/8in deep since the wood is 3/4in thick. Also is it possible to dim the brightness of the light output?

Answer from Pegasus:

You are going to have a tough time finding a puck light that can be directed upward. Most puck lights must be pointed downward or too much heat will shorten the life of the product. I would suggest looking for an up light product instead.

Question from Mike:

I have to fish the attached fixture wire through an enclosed cabinet space. Is there a way to remove the plug on the end of the wire and then reattach the plug after the wire has been pulled through the existing (inaccessible) holes in the cabinet?

Answer from Pegasus:

Mike, I'm sorry - no, the connectors are not removable. Note that the dimensions of the connectors are only 5/8 inches x 3/8 inches.

Question from Andrew Quinn:

I'm considering this product to replace 12 V halogen puck lights. The holes already drilled for the halogens are 2 1/8. The description says I need 2 1/4 holes. Am I going to have a problem? Can you tell me the exact diameter of the portion of this light that gets recessed?

Answer from Pegasus:

The actual diameter of the recessed part of the housing is approximately 1-7/8 inches. But you will have to account for the mounting clips on the side, making it a little over 2-1/8 inches. I think it will be a tight fit into a 2-1/8 inch hole, but it could work.

Question from Jane Salvaggio:

What are the correct replacement bulbs on your website?

Answer from Pegasus:

Jane, this item does not have replacement bulbs. The LEDs are a built-in module.

Question from Andrea:

Are these dimmable?

Answer from Pegasus:

No, they are not dimmable.

Question from Rick Batchelor:

What color are these lights in degrees of kelvin?

Answer from Pegasus:

They are 4000K

Question from Adam:

Can I some how integrate my own low voltage wire that I have ran for these lights in lieu of the connectors provided (I need to go longer than 4' between lights)? Also can I wire them through a low voltage transformer that is connected to 120v?

Answer from Pegasus:

Adam, I would not use a transformer instead of the included driver. Transformers work a bit different from constant voltage drivers. I would also not recommend using your own wire. These puck lights are intended to be plug and play connections. There is a compatible extension cable, although this simply extends the distance between the driver and the power connector.

Question from Bill:

Is there any way to put these lights on a dimmer switch?

Answer from Pegasus:

No, these lights are not dimmable

Question from ATC Electric:

Is it dimmable?

Answer from Pegasus:

No, these puck lights are not dimmable.

Question from Brent:

How many lumens does this 4-watt LED produce? Alternatively, what is the incandescent wattage equivalent in terms of brightness?

Answer from Pegasus:

Brent, I checked with the manufacturer and they estimate these puck lights are roughly equivalent to a 35-50W halogen puck light. Hope this helps.

Question from suett:

Is this light dimmable?

Answer from Pegasus:

Yes, it is dimmable with the in-line dimmer listed in the Accessories.