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4in 277V Input 50W Max Low Voltage Remodel Housing for Recessed Lighting

4in 277V Input 50W Max Low Voltage Remodel Housing for Recessed Lighting

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NLR-404-50-277

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Product Overview
  • Integral magnetic transformer
  • Use MR16 halogen
  • Maximum wattage: 50
  • UL listed, damp locations
Description
This four-inch recessed lighting housing is compatible with a wide array of decorative trims so you can hand-select your style. It's UL approved for damp locations and designed to be compatible with a sloped ceiling. You can install this low voltage recessed housing in an existing sheet rock ceiling.
  • Several Knockouts: junction box has four 1/2in knockouts, two 3/4in knockouts, and four more knockouts with true pry-out slots
Specifications
Width (in)
4.875
Height (in)
5.75
Length (in)
14.5
Wattage
50
Cutout Required (in)
4.25
Quantity Being Sold
1
Number of Light Bulbs
1
Light Source
Halogen
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Listed
Yes
Dimmable
Yes
Location Rating
Damp
Input Voltage
277V
Output Voltage
12V
Output Voltage Type AC or DC
AC
Light Bulbs Included
No
Light Bulb Shape
MR16
Warranty
1 Year
Recommended Dimmer
Magnetic Low Voltage
Mounting Type
Ceiling
Locations
Indoor
Outdoor
Power Supply Type
Magnetic
Recessed Diameter
4in
Recessed Housing Type
New Construction
Light Fixture Type
Recessed Housing
Separate Component Required
Yes
Condition
New
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Question from Chris Babbitt:

I have 9 of these in my kitchen ceiling and wish to retrofit with 120v LED units. Can I do this by bypassing the transformers? I asked an electrician, and he said it would be illegal. Of course, he wants to completely replace the fixtures.

Answer from Pegasus:

Chris, you would completely void the warranties, safety ratings, and it sounds like electrical codes based on your electrician's comments if you bypass the transformers. No, I cannot recommend it.

Question from Doug:

Can this be used in a country with a 220v-50Hz electrical grid?

Answer from Pegasus:

No, it's 277V input. Thanks