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5in Line Voltage IC Air Tight Remodel Housing for Recessed Lighting

5in Line Voltage IC Air Tight Remodel Housing for Recessed Lighting

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NHRIC-504QAT

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Product Overview
  • IC rated
  • PAR20 or PAR30 halogen
  • Order lamp separately
  • Dimmable
Description
This five-inch line voltage recessed lighting housing is air tight, fully dimmable, and UL approved for damp locations. It's also IC rated, which means it can safely be placed alongside or directly underneath ceiling insulation. This housing can be used in an existing sheet rock ceiling with insulation.
  • Several Knockouts: junction box has five 1/2in knockouts and four knockouts with true pry-out slots
Specifications
Width (in)
5.5
Height (in)
7.5
Length (in)
13.125
Wattage
75
Cutout Required (in)
5.5
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
120V
Light Bulbs Included
No
Light Bulb Shape
PAR20
PAR30
Warranty
1 Year
Recommended Dimmer
Line Voltage
Mounting Type
Ceiling
Locations
Indoor
Outdoor
Recessed Diameter
5in
Recessed Housing Type
Remodel
IC Rated
Air Tight
Housing Quick Connectors
Yes
Housing Integral Thermal Protector
Yes
Light Fixture Type
Recessed Housing
Separate Component Required
Yes
Condition
New
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Question from Dave:

I have a product that looks like this and was installed in my home 11 years ago. How do I determine whether or not it's IC rated? I'm installing additional insulation (rolls) - the original insulation was blown in and there are no covers over these can light fixtures. My primary concern is whether or not it's safe to install the additional insulation without can light covers. Thank you.

Answer from Pegasus:

Dave, the best bet to be 100% sure is to find a model number or the manufacturer. Sometimes this information is listed inside the housing. You could also just play it safe and keep the insulation at least 3 inches away from the can.

Question from Brian:

Can I install a IC rated recessed light housing in wood ceiling instead of a drywall ceiling?

Answer from Pegasus:

These lights are designed for installation in drywall. I would be worried that too much heat would buildup in a solid wood ceiling.