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- 2 Attractive finishes
- Excellent color rendering
- Surface or recess mount
- Easy to install
- Cooler than halogen
- UL listed
- 1 Puck Light Kit (includes 1 puck light & lamp, and 6-foot power cord).
- A hardwire box must be purchased separately for hardwire installations.
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
Good single light for undercabinet.
Submitted by Gerry | 1.13.14
Nice looking black puck with diffuse lens. Installed easily. Dims nicely.
Comes with a 3000K bulb that is whiter than we like, and so we will need to buy a different bulb.
4 puck kit
Submitted by Steve | 6.09.13
Perfect lights for my application
Submitted by Steve | 4.25.13
Recessed, line voltage, cooler operating temps
Great little light
Submitted by Clarence | 4.09.13
Small and compact. Bright but not too bright. Keeps cooler than halogen.
One so far
Nice - but light color is very disappointing
Submitted by Cliff | 12.03.12
Well made. Easy install.
Overly blue color output.
Question from Steve:
Answer from Pegasus:You can recess these puck lights. The manufacturer advises to only recess them if the top of the cabinet is open, allowing proper ventilation.
Question from Tatum:
Answer from Pegasus:You can use a lower wattage light bulb. No, it's not halogen. The light source is a xenon light bulb.
Question from Ken Jasper:
Answer from Pegasus:Ken, the included light bulbs have a color temperature of 3100K, which is still considered warm. It is certainly less warm in appearance compared to halogen or standard incandescent but it is not considered a cool light source. Xenon light bulbs in general have the same color temperature of around 3100K.
Question from Darren:
Answer from Pegasus:Darren, I would not recommend puck lights for installing in a soffit since it's part of the ceiling. Too much heat will cause issues with the light fixtures. Instead, I would recommend one of our mini recessed lights - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/miniature-recessed-lighting.html
Question from Steve:
Answer from Pegasus:Steve, In general, 15 amp circuits can have a max load of 1440W. The max number of puck lights on a single run is 10, which is a total of 200W. That is well below the wattage acceptable load on a 15amp circuit. However, it's important to determine what else is on the same circuit as your 15amp switch before determining how many puck lights you can safely add.
Question from Chris:
Answer from Pegasus:Chris, According to the manufacturer, the product will not last very long if you install it pointing up as you describe. The item is designed to be pointed down and heat would cause the lamp to burn out quickly and possibly the face would melt.
Question from Tony:
Answer from Pegasus:Tony, Please give our customer service a call 800-392-4818 and ask to speak to Robin. We have an extra cover in either black or white that we can send you. We will not charge you for the cover but would ask for $4.99 for shipping. Hope this helps!
Question from Lexi12:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, as long as the top of the cabinet you are installing is not completely enclosed. You must use the hardwire box to connect the puck lights to the electrical wire. Please note this warning from the install instructions for recessed installations CAUTION! Risk of fire! Install as recessed only where top of cabinet is not enclosed.
Question from Sandy Jenkins:
Answer from Pegasus:Sandy, Check out page 2 of the installation instructions under the section To Replace Bulb http://site.pegasuslighting.com/pdfs/xenon-lighting/xenon-line-voltage-puck-lights-install-instructions.pdf Please let us know if you have any issues replacing the lamps.
Question from Joey:
Answer from Pegasus:Joey, That's not a problem. The limit is interconnecting 5 cables.
Question from Drew:
Answer from Pegasus:Drew, Yes, they can be hardwired and linked together. To hardwire, you'll first need a hardwire box, which will connect to the household NM wire. Then, the puck lights connect to the hardwire box and can be linked together with their attached electrical leads. Note the leads are 3in long. If you need more space between the hardwire box and puck lights, then you'll also need flexible connectors.
Question from Ronnie:
Answer from Pegasus:Ron, Thank you for the questions! Yes, the dimmer has 3 lighting levels and then off. The dimmer plugs into a 120V outlet, then the puck light kit would plug into the side of the dimmer. There is a touch pad that is connected to the dimmer via 8ft leads. You simply tap this touch pad to dim and turn off.
Question from John Coughlin:
Answer from Pegasus:John, We offer several choices for these puck lights. 1. You can choose from our 1-, 2-, or 4-puck light kits. These include everything for a plug-in installation. 2. You can also build your own kit or expand one of our kits with the components on the accessories. The cutout hole should be 2-1/8in (see installation instructions for more info).
Question from Matt:
Answer from Pegasus:Matt, Yes, these will be great as accent lights in a closest. Yes, they can be hardwired. A hardwire box is required (see accessories tab).
Question from John:
Answer from Pegasus:John, These puck lights are designed for applications such as an enclosed cabinet and I do not think you will have any issues.
Question from Gail:
Answer from Pegasus:Gail, Yes, these puck lights will work very well in your application.
Question from Larry:
Answer from Pegasus:Larry, A 6-foot power cord is included with each kit. A black power cord is included when you select the black finish puck lights. A white power cord is included when you select the white finish puck lights.
Question from MJ:
Answer from Pegasus:MJ, Yes, I would expect that you could rewire them. However, you need to make sure you are following electrical codes when doing so.