1004SIC 5 Inch Shallow IC/Non-IC New Construction Housing
Lytecaster 1004SIC 5 Inch Shallow Incandescent Convertible IC/Non-IC New Construction Frame-In-Kit is made of aluminum and is suitable for use in insulated and non-insulated ceilings. Medium base socket. 2 inch vertical adjustment in ceiling. Can be removed for access to junction box and ceiling plenum. Meets NEC and UL requirements. Suitable for damp locations. 5 3/8 inch diameter ceiling opening. 5.75 inch width x 9 inch length x 5.5 inch height. Wall wash 1085 trim and enclosed diffuser 1024 trim options for Non-IC applications only. Optional AirSeal kit available, sold separately. A complete fixture consists of a reflector trim and frame-in-kit. Reflector trim sold separately. Medium base lamp type determined by trim selected.
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