Lytepoints 303MRE 3.75 In Non-IC Remodel Frame-In Kit 12V
Reflector/Baffle Color: Aluminum
Dimensions: 3.25"H x 11.4"W x 4.25"D
UL, Damp Location
Lamp Source: Halogen
|Ceiling Type: Drywall with Trim|
|Housing Type: Remodel NON IC|
|Housing Height: 3.5"|
|Aperture Size: 3.750"|
Lytepoints 303MRE 3.75 Inch Shallow Non-IC Remodel Frame-Kit Kit is a low profile housing designed for mounting in existing ceilings from below. Non-IC designation requires that insulation be kept a minimum of 3 inches away from housing. Includes 60 watt Class 2 electronic transformer. One 37 watt, 12 volt GX5.3 MR16 halogen lamp is required, but not included. UL listed. Rated for damp or wet location depending on trim option used. 11.4 inch width x 4.25 inch depth x 3.25 inch height. A complete fixture includes a frame-in kit and a trim, sold separately.
|Lytepoints 303MRE 3.75 In Non-IC Remodel Frame-In Kit 12V|
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