WAC Lighting - LED Mini 2 Inch Recessed Open Reflector Round TrimThere are plenty of fixtures to accommodate your needs at Lamps.com, but you probably don't need to look much further than the LED Mini 2 Inch Recessed Open Reflector Round Trim from WAC Lighting. Lamps.com is excited about WAC Lighting and this modern & contemporary piece from our LED puck light collection! We hope that you love it as much as we do. When you decide to purchase the LED Mini 2 Inch Recessed Open Reflector Round Trim with us we will also include the LED Modules free of charge. Let us help you brighten up your space! We hope that you have found what you are looking for, but if not, don't worry! This is not our only white option - not even close! Check out the rest of our inventory if you were looking for something else.• Perfect for ceilings, under cabinet and wall niches, dimmable LED Miniature Recessed Downlights offer a super low profile and die cast aluminum trim with a 25% cutoff angle for comfortable general and task lighting• Rated for use in ceilings and wall niches• Dimming to 5% with an Electronic Low Voltage (ELV) dimmer• Less than 1 1/16" thick, super low profile die-cast aluminum trim• ANSI Compliant Warm/Neutral LED Bins for the finest color consistency possible• Narrow flood beam spread• Replaceable LED module
|Safety Rating||UL Listed - Damp Location|
|Construction Material||Diecast Aluminum|
|Estimated Life||50,000 Hours|
|Efficacy||40 Lumens Per Watt|
|Bulb Information||4 Watt Integrated LED Module|
|Width||2.75 Inch Diameter|
|Cutout Dimensions||2.5 Inch Diameter|
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Q: I see the WAC HR-LED231R is 4W bulb, but the dimmable drivers are only offered in 3W & 9W, that does not seem to match up well. I was looking at using 3 fixtures per driver but it looks like I will be short on wattage. What do I need to do to make this combination work correctly?
A: You may use the three watt driver for a single light and a nine watt driver for up to a three light configuration. The manufacturer has developed the driver to work with the light at full brightness regardless of the wattage differences.