1-Circuit Line Voltage Track
Single circuit line voltage track is 120 volt rated commercial grade track, 20 amp rated. Track has solid copper conductors with Noryl insulators placed in heavy 14 gauge aluminum channels. Mechanical polarity with a visual indicator simplifies installation and mounting of fixtures while assuring proper electrical connections. All Con-Tech track fixtures have two position contacts to access one circuit conductors. Available in 2, 4, 6, 8 foot lengths in Black, White or Silver finish. Also available in 12 foot length in Black or White finish only. Actual length of 2 foot section is 20.1 inches, 4 foot section is 44.1 inches, 6 foot section is 68.1 inches, 8 foot section is 92.1 inches, and 12 foot section is 140.1 inches. Field cuttable for custom fit. All track sections are supplied with two insulated end caps. Suitable for dry locations. UL listed.
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On Feb 20, 2016 by George O. from Glendale, Arizona (Customer)
Product arrived promptly on day expected. Packaging was excellent. I had never installed a track before and this installation was overhead at the limit of my reach which made it more difficult than it might have been. I used this track as an extension to an existing track and I had difficulty getting this track to mate fully with the track connector. The mating process tended to jam a bit and caused the conductors in the track to slide out the opposite end of the track at the same time pushing the end cap out of the far end of the track. When I had finished, I had an open circuit and the track did not receive power from the upstream track. I had to bring the track down, reposition the conductors, replace the end cap and start over. Got it done the second time but still had trouble with the conductors sliding a bit. This time they did not slide so far as to leave an open circuit. The end cap again became dislodged slightly. It works and I left it as is. Looks fine, works fine once all finished.