LEDme Button Puck Light
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- Only 4.8W
- Compares to 20W xenon
- Warm white light
- 70,000-Hour life
- UL Listed
- Hardwire or plug-in
Required Accessories Sold Separately
- One 24-volt AC electronic transformer is required for powering each run of puck lights. Be sure to select a driver with a wattage rating equal to or slightly greater than the total wattage of the puck lights being powered.
- Calculating Total Wattage: to determine the electronic transformer you need, calculate the total wattage rating of your installation by multiplying the number of puck lights you intend to power by 5 watts. For example, for 5 puck lights, you would need to select an electronic transformer rated for at least 25 watts (5 Puck Lights x 5W/puck = 25W).
Optional Accessories Sold Separately
- Touch On/Off Panel and Motion Sensor: automate your lighting installation with this intelligent motion and touch switch control. This lighting control package includes a touch panel, an occupancy sensor, and a controller.
- Multiple Terminal Block: easily wire together multiple output connections for a "clean" installation without the use of open splices.
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Question from Kevin:
Answer from Pegasus:Kevin: The lead wire of each light is internally connected to each specific LED (diode) and therefore we strongly suggest that no attempt be made to cut any of the wires.
Question from Julie:
Answer from Pegasus:You need to use an electronic low voltage dimmer switch. You do not need anything else except for that type of dimmer.
Question from Mitchell Rosen:
Answer from Pegasus:The manufacturer does not recommend recessing this light in sheet rock because of concerns of heat buildup.
Question from Virginia:
Answer from Pegasus:The color temperature of the light from these pucks is slightly warmer than that of xenon. The lumen output is similar to that of a 20W xenon. Xenon lights have a perfect color rendering index of 100 while this LED product has a very good CRI of 85.
Question from Mark:
Answer from Pegasus:Mark, it depends on the driver you intend to use. 12 pucks can connect to the 60W drivers. 20 pucks can connect to the 96W driver.
Question from Lori:
Answer from Pegasus:Lori, Yes, a transformer is required if you are hardwiring or wish to plug them into power.
Question from Mary:
Answer from Pegasus:Each puck light has lead wires that wire back to the transformer. The puck lights cannot be daisy chained.
Question from John Gerke:
Answer from Pegasus:Each emits 180 lumens.
Question from Samantha:
Answer from Pegasus:These puck lights should only be used with the compatible electronic transformers listed in the Accessories section. They are dimmable using electronic low voltage dimmers.
Question from Brian:
Answer from Pegasus:If you extend the lead wires you can create a problem known as voltage drop, where the voltage reaching the light fixture is below what it requires. Generally placing an electronic transformer more than 6ft from the load will cause some degree of voltage drop. If it's required for your circuit, you can have an electrician determine the exact length of wire you can run without causing issues.
Question from Shane Dickey:
Answer from Pegasus:The lead wires are 72 inches.
Question from Shane Dickey:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, if multiple puck lights are being powered from a single transformer, then a multiple terminal block should be used.
Question from Dave:
Answer from Pegasus:As per the product specification on our website, we suggest an Electronic Low Voltage dimmer. However dimmers require at least 40-watts of lamp load to operate and therefore several lights will be needed.
Question from Linda Beyce:
Answer from Pegasus:You should need only one light per shelf.
Question from Marc:
Answer from Pegasus:The HR-LED87-27 LEDMe Puck Lights are a good choice. A 60-watt 24-volt Transformer will be needed to power the lights. Item# EN-2460-RB2
Question from louis:
Answer from Pegasus:The LEDme Button Puck requires a 24-volt AC 2.5 amp power supply and the lights probably would not work with the 24-volt DC battery.