|Light Direction||Down Lighting|
|Number of Bulbs||1|
|Suggested Room Fit||Kitchen|
|Watts Per Bulb||20, 35|
Mini MR16 Downlight with Diecast Gimbal Ring and Glass Ring
Elco's Mini Recessed downlights are an excellent source wherever a small powerful light is needed. The Mini lights may be recessed mounted. They can be dimmed with a low voltage electronic dimmer. They can also be used with remote transformers. Elco has designed a wide variety of trims to go with the mini downlights.
- Miniature Diecast Gimbal Ring. Includes 4"High miniature thermally protected housing.
- Lamp: 12V 20W-35W MR16 halogen lamp (Not Included).
- ETL Listed for remote transformer.
- Trim O.D.: 3-3/4"
- Cutout: 3-1/8"
- MR16 Socket is included.
About Elco Lighting:
Elco Lighting has designed and engineered lighting for residential and commercial spaces for almost two decades. Our product line includes track and recessed lighting fixtures, exit and emergency lights, undercabinet lighting, wall packs, step lights and more. Our products are designed to be reliable, functional, practical, efficient, user friendly to the installer and end-user, moderately priced and safe. We are confident that we have the answer to all your lighting needs.
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Our SKU: E233
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3 Questions from the Community
Can it be used in exterior soffit's, under the eaves?
what transformer do i use for three Elco E233
A. As far as a transformer for the three Elco E233 lights, you would want a transformer that can handle the combined wattage of the lights. So if you are using three 35W lamps you would want a transformer that would handle at least 105W. I would recommend a transformer that has additional capacity however in case you wish to add any lights and its always good to be a little over on the capacity of the transformer.
Can the E233 accept a LED MR16 bulb? What would be the max wattage of the LED? Is there a special transformer required to push LED bulbs? I'm looking to power around 80 bulbs (I'm not certain how many transformers I would need).