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- 3 finishes
- Ultra-thin profile
- Light bulb included
- Surface or recessed mount
- 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 10 watts. For example, for 3 puck lights, you would need to select a transformer rated for at least 30 watts (3 Puck Lights x 10W/puck = 30W).
- (8) 5 star reviews
- (4) 4 star reviews
- (2) 3 star reviews
Great Lights and Great Price!
Submitted by Michael | 10.27.14
Xenon slim puck lights
Submitted by Tim | 8.18.14
Great little lights
Submitted by Karen | 1.15.14
Good for the purpose
Submitted by Brett | 8.23.12
Low cost Great light Low profile
Screws Installation takes some extra parts and wire beyond what is recommended in accessories tab
Cost-effective and Functional
Submitted by Brian | 6.27.12
Easy install Hard wired Dimmable Compact - so they hide well beneath the cabinets
Light is more focal than expected. Would like a wider beam.
Submitted by Carol | 6.17.12
Submitted by Dean | 3.17.12
Small but not too convenient for a wall niche
Submitted by Mary | 2.29.12
Xenon slim lights
Submitted by Andrea | 2.11.12
Slim height, price and service
Poor installation instructions and poor quality of mounting parts.
Question from George:
Answer from Pegasus:George, I would not recommend placing a higher wattage lamp in the puck light due to heat concerns.
Question from George:
Answer from Pegasus:George, they are xenon. The manufacturer used to sell them with halogen bulbs and include spare xenon light bulbs. They have since changed it to only include xenon bulbs but they did not update the packaging. I'm so sorry for the confusion. We have asked Nora Lighting to change the packaging but they have not.
Question from George:
Answer from Pegasus:Heat is projected with incandescent sources - so the concern is the heat directing down and out of the fixture. It will not cause excessive heat buildup as long as you have adequate ventilation. We generally recommend 1 cubic foot of space per puck for proper ventilation.
Question from Craig:
Answer from Pegasus:No, it does not include a dimmer. This product requires a low voltage transformer to connect to 120V. The transformer transformers the line voltage down to the 12V required for the lamp. Basically your line voltage will wire to the transformer which in turn will wire to the light fixture.
Question from Amanda:
Answer from Pegasus:The included screws are about 0.5in in length.
Question from Allen:
Answer from Pegasus:Allen, As long as your transformer is rated for 20W, then yes you can use one transformer for two of these puck lights. We offer these puck lights individually and not as kits. Simply add the two puck lights of your desired finish to your cart and then visit the Accessories section on this page for information about transformers and helpful connectors.
Question from David:
Answer from Pegasus:David, Power will connect to your dimmer, which in turn will connect to the transformer, which in turn will connect to the lights.
Question from Adalgisa Constanzo-Muller:
Answer from Pegasus:For the top level powering 3 puck lights, select a 60W hardwire transformer and a 3 fixture multi-tap connector. For the second level powering the other 4 puck lights, select a 60W hardwire transformer and a 6 fixture multi-tap connector. Transformer - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/electronic-transformer-60w-12v-ac.html Multi-Tap Connector - http://www.pegasuslighting.com/multi-tap-connectors.html
Question from Mary Ellen:
Answer from Pegasus:Mary, I would recommend at least 2 lights per 28in. In terms of the transformer, simply multiple the total # of puck lights by 10W for your total wattage rating. Then select a hardwire transformer equal to or slightly greater than this total. If you use a total of 8 puck lights that would mean you need a transformer rated for at least 80W.
Question from Gab:
Answer from Pegasus:Gab, Kelvin temp is 2800K, which is warm white, almost the exact same as traditional incandescent.
Question from Lisa:
Answer from Pegasus:Lisa, These are sold individually.
Question from Peter:
Answer from Pegasus:Yes, a transformer is necessary for these lights regardless of your setup. A transformer transforms your line voltage down to a lower voltage - generally either 12 or 24 volts. These lights require 12 volts.