Lytecaster 1102P1 6.75 In Non-IC Frame-In Kit 120V
Dimensions: 11.1"W x 9"D
Labels: UL Damp Location
Lytecaster 6.75 Inch Incandescent Non-IC Frame-In Kit is made of galvanized steel. Non-IC designation indicates that insulation must be kept a minimum of 3 inches away from fixture sides and wiring compartments and must not be placed above fixture in a manner which will entrap heat. Accommodates all ceilings up to 1 inch thick. Four slots are positioned 90 degrees apart to simplify alignment. Push-in/twist-out rotoclips hold reflector flush to ceiling. UL listed for maximum of eight No. 12 gauge 90 degree C through branch circuit conductors. Quick release cover for outside access to wiring. Mounting bars extend 13 to 27 inches, rotatable and lockable, with integral T-bar tabs. UL listed. Suitable for damp locations. Ceiling cutout 6 13/16 inch diameter. Dimensions: 11.1 inch width x 9 inch depth. Overall height dependent on trim kit selection. A complete fixture includes a frame-in kit and trim kit, sold separately.
|Lytecaster 1102P1 6.75 In Non-IC Frame-In Kit 120V|
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