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2-Light Kit Halogen Bipin 20W 12V Miniature Recessed Light

2-Light Kit Halogen Bipin 20W 12V Miniature Recessed Light

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SL-688-2KIT

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Product Overview
  • Complete kits
  • Very low profile
  • Excellent color rendering
Description
These kits include everything you need to power halogen miniature recessed lights. The splitter enables you to use the plug-in transformer for multiple lights.
  • 2-Light Kit: includes
(2) shallow metal miniature recessed lights
(2) 20-watt 12-Volt halogen G4 bipin base light bulbs
(1) 60-watt 12-volt plug-in transformer with Molex® connector
(1) 2-way low voltage splitter
Specifications
Diameter (in)
2.75
Height (in)
0.625
Wattage
20
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
100
Quantity Being Sold
2
Lead Wire Length (in)
120
Rated Life (hours)
2000
Light Source
Halogen
Power Method
Plug-In
Dimmable
Yes
Finish
Black
White
Chrome
Input Voltage
120V
Light Bulb Base Type
G4 Bipin
Power Supply Required
Yes
Linkable
Yes
Mounting Type
Recessed
Material
Metal
Locations
Indoor
Recessed Diameter
Mini
Light Fixture Type
Puck Light
Mini Recessed Light
Condition
New
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Question from Ed:

What is the lumens rating per unit?

Answer from Pegasus:

200 lumens per light.

Question from Bea:

Can this be hard wired?

Answer from Pegasus:

No, it's plug in only.

Question from Miguel:

Are these compatible with the colored lenses that you carry?

Answer from Pegasus:

Miguel, No, our colored lenses will not fit on this fixture.

Question from Paul Carson:

Can these be placed on a dimmer? PAC

Answer from Pegasus:

Paul - yes, they can be dimmed. Just be sure to use a dimmer designed to work with electronic low voltage transformers (we have several wall dimmers you can choose from: http://www.pegasuslighting.com/electronic-low-voltage-dimmers.html) You'll want to connect the dimmer to the power receptacle that you intend to plug the transformer into. You can wire it so that the dimmer controls only one socket, leaving the other socket at full power for other use.