Lytecaster 1104ICXN 6.75 Inch IC AirSeal Frame-In Kit
Trim Finish: Aluminum
Dimensions: 7.25"H x 16.4"W x 7.4"D
UL, Damp Location, Airtight
Lytecaster Lytening 1104ICXN 6.75 Inch High Wattage Incandescent IC AirSeal New Construction Frame-In Kit is made of 20 gauge aluminum and accommodates ceilings up to 1 inch thick. 3/8 inch deep integral lip. IC designation indicates that housing is thermally protected and can be covered with insulation. AirSeal housing minimizes air leakage to less than 2CFM at 1.57 PSF and reduces heat loss and condensation in ceiling. Includes mounting bars to accommodate 16 to 24 inch on center joist spacing. Features integral nails for secure attachment to wood. Attaches to T bar ceilings without the need of accessories. UL listed for maximum of six 12 gauge 90 degree through branch circuit conductors. Integral cable clamps permit attachment of non-metallic 12 or 14 gauge Romex cable without tools or additional connectors. UL listed for damp locations. Incandescent lamping type and wattage dependent on trim kit per attached manufacturer spec. A complete fixture consists of a frame-in kit and trim kit, sold separately. Dimensions: 16.4 inch width x 10.4 inch depth x 7.25 inch height.
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