4 Inch 600 Lumen 120 Volt Generation 4 LED IC Remodel Housing features an integral light engine and shallow housing which allows for fit in 2 x 6 construction. IC designation allows for housing to be in direct contact with insulation. Installs through an opening in the ceiling from below. Fully sealed housing stops infiltration and exfiltration of air reducing heating and air cooling costs without the use of additional gaskets. Replaceable light engine mounts directly to housing and incorporates the latest generation high lumen output LED array. Computer optimized reflector design with high reflectance finish coupled with a high transmission diffusing lens conceals the LEDs and produces uniform aperture luminance. Comparable light output to 65 watt incandescent while consuming less than 12 watts. 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4100K color temperatures available, 90 minimum CRI. 120 volt only driver is dimmable with the use of most incandescent, magnetic low voltage and electronic low voltage wall box dimmers (see attached manufacturer dimmer compatibility reference). Life rated for 50,000 hours at 70 percent lumen maintenance. Title 24 compliant with select trims. UL listed for damp locations. 5 year limited warranty. 14.1 inch length x 7.4 inch width x 4.4 inch height. A complete fixture includes a housing and trim, sold separately.
Juno Lighting Inc. is one of the largest manufacturers of recessed and track lighting including Trac-Master®, Trac 12, Flex 12, Trac 12/25, and recessed downlights. Juno was founded in 1976 with the vision of offering high quality lighting fixtures that are attractive, well-engineered and easy to install. Aculux is a comprehensive series of high-performance architectural-grade recessed luminaires. Juno designs, manufactures and markets track, recessed and linear undercabinet / casework lighting products for a broad range of retail, commercial and residential applications.
On Sep 19, 2014 by David Z. from Chicago, Illinois (Customer)
Juno is always well made and available quickly.
I bought this for that reason since I was getting an led for a second home and was seeking low maintenance.
Unfortunately, a certified electrician struggled with one fixture because the led device flickered and he was not able to correct it. Lightology shipped a new one but I had to pay for it. If you read the installation sheet it says that it requires a qualified electrician to replace the led. When I examined in person there was no way I as an architect could do it nor can my electrician. I fear the future issue will require having a recessed fixture to be removed from the ceiling when they led fails and needs to be replaced. If I new this problem I would never had bought this unit.
David Zeunert, AIA