302Esicx 3 3 /4 Inch New Construction Ic Housing
Trim Finish: Painted
Reflector/Baffle Color: White
Dimensions: 9.25"H x 13.5"W
Lamp Source: Halogen
Bulb: 1 x ES16/GZ10/50W/120V Halogen
Bulb not included
|Ceiling Type: Drywall with Trim|
|Housing Type: New construction IC|
|Housing Height: 10"|
Lytepoints 300X series 3 3/4 inch ic new construction frame-in kit is designed for mounting prior to ceiling installation. Factory installed trim enclosure simplifies installation, vertically mounted magnetic transformer dramatically reduces noise. Vertical adjustment from below to accommodate 1/8 - 1 inch thick ceilings. UL listed for through branch wiring. Rugged mounting system with 13 inch heavy gauge mounting bars that extend to 27 inches and integral cable clamps. For use with ES/ESD16, 50W, 120V halogen lamps. Lamp not included. 13.5w x 9.25h.
|302Esicx 3 3 /4 Inch New Construction Ic Housing|
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