LED Puck Light 3-Piece Kit Direct Plug-In, Dimmable, 3x3.5 Watts, 420 lm, White Trim, Under Cabinet Kitchen Lighting
1-Pack / 3000K
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If you are looking for a simple-yet-sophisticated way to transform the indoor spaces of your home or office, consider installing this puck light. It offers easy, fast, and secure plug-in type installation. The under cabinet light fixture works on an input of 120 volts and provides an output of 420 lumens. Meaning that it will offer around 40 lumens per watt, which is the ideal brightness for most indoor ambient and decór lighting projects. As this fixture comes with industry-standard ETL and RoHS certifications, you can be sure about electrical safety and reliability in indoor spaces like kitchens and bedrooms. Using a compatible dimmer will allow you to adjust the brightness of this lighting fixture. The puck light comes with a 3 years manufacturer warranty and a rating for 3,50,00 operational hours. So, shop now and be sure about the longevity and reliability of this lighting product!
The energy-efficient 3-piece LED puck lights kit comes with an easy installation process. The puck light is designed to fit both surfaces and recessed mounting options ideally for the application of undercabinet lighting. This is a self-contained unit that doesn't require additional drivers or wire modules for installation and it just requires a direct 120V AC connection to operate.
The design is well -thought and developed to give a sleek low profile look and the profile sits nearly flush against a surface to give out an elegant and sophisticated look to space.
Color rendering index (CRI) is a measure of how accurately a light source displays colors. CRI is measured on a scale from 1 to 100, with 100 representing the capacity of showing the truest color of the object. This under cabinet lights has 90+ CRI and emits the highest quality light for space.
The latest LED technology of the LED puck light brings in more value to space. As it is rated for continuous operation, that doesn't require additional drivers or wire modules for installation and it just requires a direct 120V AC connection to operate.
The 3-piece kit LED puck light give out 420 lumens where each contributes to 150 lumens to light up space with high-quality CRI 90+ light.
The quick and easy linking system supports the efficient functioning of lights. The lights are interconnected with connecting cable and works under one power source of 120V.
3.5 watt puck exceeds 150 lumen light output, more than 2 times brighter than a Xenon or halogen puck, using nearly 5 times less power than a comparable 20-watt incandescent puck. It lights up instantly and gives out more light while saving your energy cost on utility bills.
With a 120-degree beam angle, the LED puck lights are capable of lighting up enough undercabinet space and pops the best color out with this high color rendering index. The right beam angle is necessarily important to light up an area with minimum fixtures.
|Beam Angle:||120° Beam Angle|
|Color Rendering Index(CRI):||>90 CRI|
|Life Hours:||35,000 Hours|
|MPN (Part No.):||PK002|
|Certifications:||ETL, RoHS Listed|
|Dimensions (L x W x H):||1.10x2.75|
|Safety Rating:||ETL, RoHS Listed|
Appropriate for a 36” x 16” x 55” China cabinet with glass shelves?
There's no reason you couldn't use them in there!
How do these turn on and off? Is it a touch pad? Also how long is the power cord to enable connection to nearest outlet?
There's an on/off up/down toggle switch on the cord, no touch pad. The length is 74in.
What is the max distance they are able to be spaced apart so they are still able to be connected to each other?
I'm in the market to replace my puck lights that use a G8 20W bulb. I prewired these in and around the inside of cabinets with a dimmer switch on backsplash wall. Would I be able to use this to replace these and what type dimmer will I need to use?
In our fixture the LED's are already inbuilt so it wouldn't require a separate bulb. There are a few compatible dimmers such as Lutron: TG-600P, TG-603P, AY600P & Leviton: 6633, 6681.
How is wiring done on each side of the side so the sink? Are separate power cords or an 8' m x m plug available? Do you have it in a 4000k?
The wiring is done by using connectors. We have 5ft power cord. No, unfortnately we don't have one in 4000K.
Can these be surface mounted inside a cabinet with hard wires inside of it? I've already got lumen picks there hardwired with 120v but one has failed.
Yes, you can mount inside a cabinet but with plug in option.