4 Inch Magnetic IC New Construction Airtight Housing
4 Inch Magnetic IC New Construction Airtight Ready Housing features integral magnetic transformer and meets title 24 and WSEC airtight codes when used with the RGK addition. Seven knockouts and four Romex style wiring connectors provide ease of installation. Rated for branch wiring. The housing is fully airtight code compliant when installed in conjunction with the RGK gasketing kit. Both the transformer and junction box are accessible from below the ceiling. Supplied with hanger bars, with a maximum adjustable length of 24 inches to accommodate various joist and grid sizes. Hanger bars have nailers for wood joists as well as slots for easy mounting on “T” bars. Accommodates surface thickness of up to 0.75 inches. 4 inch cutout hole. Compatibale trims include HR-8411, HR-8412, HR-8414, HR-8417, HR-D411, HR-D412, HR-D413, HR-D414, HR-D415, HR-D416, HR-D417, HR-D418, HR-D419, HR-D420, HR-D423 and HR-D425 (all sold separately). Magnetic transformer for 12 volt, MR16 lamps of 50 watts maximum. 120 volt input transformer. IC rated. Insulation may cover the housing. UL and c/UL listed. Suitable for damp locations. A complete fixture consists of housing, trim and lamps, all sold separately. 10.75W x 7.56H x 17.13L.
|Dimensions: 17.13"L x 7.56"H x 10.75"W|
|Lamp Source: Halogen|
|Bulb: 1 x MR16/GU5.3 (bipin)/50W/12V Halogen|
Bulb not included
|Dimmer: Low Voltage Magnetic|
1 x MR16/GU5.3 (bipin)/12V LED
|Housing Type: New construction IC Airtight|
|Housing Height: 8"|
|Aperture Shape: Round|
|Aperture Size: 4.000"|
UL, Damp Location
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