Lytecaster 1104SICR 6.75 In IC/Non-IC Remodel Frame-In Kit 1
Trim Finish: Aluminum
Dimensions: 13.4"L x 5.5"H x 6.9"W
UL, Energy Star, Damp Location, Title 24
1104SICR Lytecaster Lytening 6.75 Inch Shallow Incandescent Convertible IC/Non-IC Remodel Frame-In Kit is made of 20 gauge aluminum and features integral retaining spring to secure housing to ceilings up to 2 inch thick. Removable for access to junction box and ceiling plenum. UL listed for 90 degree supply wire. Suitable for branch circuit wiring connected fixtures. Integral cable clamps permit attachment of non-metallic 12 or 14 gauge Romex cable without tools or additional connectors. One 75 watt 120 volt A19 medium base incandescent lamp is required, but not included. UL listed for damp locations and convertible IC/Non-IC. Energy Star. Title 24 compliant. AirSeal kit available, sold separately. 13.4 inch length x 6.9 inch width x 5.5 inch height. 7 inch cutout. A complete fixture consists of a frame-in kit and trim kit, sold separately.
|Lytecaster 1104SICR 6.75 In IC/Non-IC Remodel Frame-In Kit 1|
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