|Bulb Base||Bi Pin|
|Housing Type||New Construction Housing|
|UL Rating||Damp Location|
|Watts Per Bulb||50|
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4" Low Voltage Airtight IC Housing
Elco meets your needs for value and performance in low voltage recessed lighting. Our design begins with the highest quality low voltage transformers in the market. Choose from our diverse selection of low voltage housings and trims that feature an impressive variety of tilt-adjustable options (0 to 90 degrees).
- Double Wall Airtight IC Housing with thermal protector.
- For use in insulated ceilings.
- Supplied with captive bar hangers for 24" joist spacing.
- Lamp: 12V 50W MR16
- Opening: 4-1/4"
- Meet CA title 24 code. UL feed through listed.
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: EL1499ICA
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2 Questions from the Community
Can this housing be put on a dimmer? If not, which of the 4" low voltage housings are?
hi, what is the difference between this light and the CEA and the CA-L?
A. The Elco EL1499ICA is and the CA-L are pretty much the same unit. The difference in this one would be that the CA-L was changed on the insides a little bit to make it a lower voltage unit. The outside of the unit is exactly the same. The CEA is an electric transformer where the other two are magnetic. The electronic maybe a little bit more expensive to run because of having to switch out for electric switches if you have been running on a magnetic transformer unit. The magnetic transformers do last a little longer than the electric.