Xenon Low Voltage Button Puck Light
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- Surface mount or recessed mount
- Surface mount diameter 2.625in
- Recessed mount diameter 2.125in
- Hardwire or plug-in
- 72in lead wires
- UL listed
Required Accessories Sold Separately
- One 12-volt electronic transformer is required for powering the puck lights. Be sure to select a transformer 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 transformer you need, calculate the total wattage rating of your installation by multiplying the number of puck lights you intend to power by 20 watts. For example, for 3 puck lights, you would need to select a transformer rated for at least 60 watts (3 Puck Lights x 20W/puck = 60W).
Optional Accessories Sold Separately
- Multiple Terminal Block: easily wire multiple output connections together for a neat under cabinet installation of Puck Lights without the use of open splices.
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Question from John:
Answer from Pegasus:Absolutely. You need to use a transformer with these puck lights and it's recommended to use an electronic low voltage dimmer.
Question from Paul:
Answer from Pegasus:Puck lights should not be installed in walls or ceilings because they are not going to receive the proper ventilation and they are not rated for installation in walls/ceilings.
Question from Frank:
Answer from Pegasus:Frank, we do not have any packaged kits that have 3 puck lights with 72in leads. However, these puck lights we sell individually and they do have 72in leads that connect to the transformer of your choice.
Question from Patti:
Answer from Pegasus:Patti, no, we do not have replacement lenses.
Question from Renee:
Answer from Pegasus:No, because your hole is too large. This fixture recesses in a 2-3/8in hole. If you are able to make the hole smaller then you can use this fixture.
Question from Craig:
Answer from Pegasus:There is not a switch on the product. There are many, many transformer options, whether you need plug in or hardwire, for example. Since you will only connect one light, you can use a 60W electronic transformer. If you use a hardwire transformer, then to turn on/off you could use either a dimmer or a wall switch. If you use a plug-in transformer, you can turn the light on by plugging it in and off by unplugging it.
Question from NJ Mattice:
Answer from Pegasus:The silver trim ring should be pulled away from the outer trim. Then you will be able to access the light bulb.
Question from Jo:
Answer from Pegasus:The lead wires are black on all fixtures. The lead wires measure 72".
Question from Joe:
Answer from Pegasus:When recessed the fixture height is less than 1". Please refer to the installation instructions and spec sheet. https://www.pegasuslighting.com/files/pdfs/xenon-puck-lights-low-voltage-button-install-instructions.pdf https://www.pegasuslighting.com/files/pdfs/hr86-spec-sheet.pdf
Question from Dotty:
Answer from Pegasus:These lights cannot be daisy chained. Each fixture lead wire must be connected directly to the transformer which is sold separately.
Question from Bill:
Answer from Pegasus:The multiple terminal block would take 6 lights at 120 watts into 1 transformer. If you do not wish to use the multiple terminal block you would need to make sure the transformer is at a high enough wattage to cover the combined total wattage of the puck lights.
Question from Beverly:
Answer from Pegasus:The xenon button lights are not rated for damp location, but can certainly be installed under cabinets. They do require a 12-volt transformer, https://www.pegasuslighting.com/12v-transformers.html Also, compatible with electronic low voltage dimmers, https://www.pegasuslighting.com/electronic-low-voltage-dimmers.html
Question from Bob:
Answer from Pegasus:The xenon low voltage button puck light requires an electronic low voltage transformer, determined by the number of puck lights being installed. https://www.pegasuslighting.com/low-voltage-transformers.html This is dimmable with an electronic low voltage dimmer switch. https://www.pegasuslighting.com/electronic-low-voltage-dimmers.html
Question from Bill:
Answer from Pegasus:When recess mounted, you need a cutout of 2-3/8in. You will need at least 0.75 of depth in the hole for the fixture. The 1/16in recessed height is what will stick out of the hole. It sounds like your hole is not going to be deep enough for this fixture.