LED Puck Light
Brand : Apex
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LED Metal Puck Light
Apex Lighting LED Puck Lights. Change out your existing Halogen Puck Lights with these LED Puck Lights for Brighter Light, Less Heat, Less Energy and more Life Hours. The LED Puck Lights only use 2.2w of energy compared to 20w for halogen ones. LED Puck Lights also put out almost no heat and should last 10+ years. Apex Lighting's LED puck light can either be surface mounted or recessed into a 2.15" hole. These lights are available in a satin nickel, black, or white finish and with warm white or cool white LEDs.
- May be Surface or Recessed mounted (with removable ring)
- Features replaceable LED bulb
- Supplied with 6" of wire
- Metal body construction
- Dimmable with LED compatible dimmer
- Dimensions: 2.75" Diameter X 0.85" Thick
- Cutout: 2.15"
- Available in White, Black or Satin Nickel Finish
- Voltage: 10-30VDC
- Wattage: 2.2 Watts
- 200 Lumens (Equivalent to 15W Halogen)
- Light Color: Warm White or Cool White
- Not Waterproof IP-40 Rating
What's in the Box:
- Puck Light
- Adapter Ring
Cool White vs Warm White:
Change out your existing halogen puck lights with these LED Puck Lights for brighter light, less heat, less energy and more life hours. Our LED Puck Light only draws 2.2w of energy compared to 20w for halogen ones. LED Puck Lights also put out almost no heat and should last 10+ years. Our LED Puck Light can either be surface mounted or recessed into a 2.15" hole. With a variety of finish options you can choose from our most popular satin nickel, black, or white finish and with warm white or cool white LEDs.
A versatile lighting solution, puck lighting is often used to light the inside of cabinets or as under cabinet task lighting, creating pools of light on a kitchen countertop. Most puck lights can either be surface or recess mounted into a location. We offer a wide variety of pucks, including three different light sources (LED, xenon and halogen), power sources options (hardwire, plug-in and battery powered), and both line and low voltage puck lights. Jump below to read more puck lights info, such as tips about how to install a puck light or how to achieve the best lighting effects.