Lytecaster 300MRSPX 3.75 Inch Non-IC Remodel Housing
Lamp Source: Halogen
|Ceiling Type: Drywall with Trim|
|Housing Type: Remodel NON IC|
|Housing Height: 6"|
|Aperture Size: 3.750"|
Lytecaster 300MRSPX 3.75 Inch Non-IC Remodel Housing is ideal for retrofit installations. Bends at thinner section to ease installation. Permits wiring from below the ceiling. Non-IC designation indicates that insulation must have a minimum of 3 inch clearance away from housing. Features Silent Pack sound dampening technology. Integral 50 watt magnetic transformer. For use with 12 volt GX5.3 base MR16 bi-pin lamp, not included. UL listed. Rated for damp or wet location depending on trim option used. 12.6 inch length x 3.4 inch width x 5.9 inch height. For use with all 3.75 inch 300X series trims. A complete fixture consists of a housing and trim, sold separately.
|Lytecaster 300MRSPX 3.75 Inch Non-IC Remodel Housing|
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