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- Only 2.9W
- Compare to 20W incandescent
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- Required LED Driver: (1) LED plug-in driver model LVP-6P-15W is required for each run of puck lights and is purchased separately. Each driver can power a max of 6 puck lights and it includes a in-line dimmer and connection hub for quickly connecting the puck lights to power.
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
Submitted by Alex | 8.10.14
Just what I needed
Submitted by John | 7.21.14
A great replacement for indoor plant lighting. Cost less to operate. Easy to install. Should last forever
Submitted by Roy | 4.07.14
Plastic tabs to hold lenses in hard to snap in and break easily.
Dimmer Switch has a short in it
Submitted by Jona | 12.10.13
Submitted by James | 6.02.13
These lights are PERFECT for our entertainment center
Submitted by Shirley | 3.09.13
No wires are exposed. Perfect for under cabinet kitchen lighting, china cabinet or entertainment center. Easy to install.
Question from Terrie:
Answer from Pegasus:Terrie, although LEDs do give off significantly less heat than incandescent sources they still emit some heat. The manufacturer does not recommend installing these pucks in an enclosed cabinet.
Question from Joe Tarsia:
Answer from Pegasus:Joe, No, these lights will not work properly on 12VAC.
Question from Rick:
Answer from Pegasus:Rick, Yes, we have other products with higher lumen output. Check out our puck lights page for a full selection -http://www.pegasuslighting.com/puck-lights.html We carry a variety of xenon puck lights so I can't tell you for sure what will or will not work because they are different sizes. Basically, if the pucks are to be surface mounted than there is no problem. If they are recessed, then the cutout you made for the LED pucks needs to be either the same OR smaller than the xenon pucks you wish to use. For xenon puck lights, you will likely need to use a transformer as most are low voltage. Also, they generate heat so if there is insulation inside the valance or if there is not enough airflow above where the pucks are installed then they will get too hot.
Question from John:
Answer from Pegasus:John, the frosted diffuser lens will alleviate the LED spot patterns that you mention on granite surfaces.
Question from Mike:
Answer from Pegasus:Mike, please see our blog post on spacing puck lights - http://blog.pegasuslighting.com/2011/02/how-many-under-cabinet-lights-do-i-need/
Question from Nick:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, since it would simply plug into the timer.
Question from Kim:
Answer from Pegasus:No, these do not run on 24VDC. They run on 15V.
Question from Jeffrey:
Answer from Pegasus:Jeffrey, No, it will not work. These puck lights do not operate on 12V. The included driver output is 15V.
Question from Alexander Goldowsky:
Answer from Pegasus:No, the top is not removeable and this item is only available with a frosted diffuser. I would suggest our mini bullet lights - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/led-recessed-mini-bullet-lights.html
Question from Nikki:
Answer from Pegasus:They are 60in in length.
Question from TJ:
Answer from Pegasus:No, the driver and lead wires are black for all of the kits.
Question from dph:
Answer from Pegasus:Each puck light has 4 LEDs.
Question from Franz:
Answer from Pegasus:No, they do not swivel.
Question from Tom:
Answer from Pegasus:Tom, No, I'm sorry it would not work properly. The in-line dimmer works on the output side of the driver whereas your dimmer would be in the input side.
Question from Will Edmonds:
Answer from Pegasus:Will, I'm sorry - No, there is not an extension available for these puck lights.
Question from Rachel:
Answer from Pegasus:No, this item is only available with a plug-in driver.
Question from George:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, the dimmer controls on/off.
Question from John:
Answer from Pegasus:John, The max pucks that can connect to one power supply is 6. You cannot connect 8 together. Instead, you would need to use two power supplies.
Question from Tom:
Answer from Pegasus:Tom, There is a surface mount ring that you secure to the surface with mounting holes. The installation instructions have step by step instructions. http://site.pegasuslighting.com/pdfs/led-lighting/led-puck-light-kits-high-brightness-3w-install-instructions.pdf
Question from Ron Fortner:
Answer from Pegasus:Ron, The manufacturer does not recommend recessed mounting in cabinets with a closed top because of heat concerns. In terms of the thickness of your wood, the fixtures are 7/8-inches thick, so they will stick out a bit. Other than that, they should install OK.