Hinkley Lighting H51000 120v 100w Line Voltage Small In-Ground Well Light

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Technical Specs

Bulb Base Intermediate (E17), Medium (E26)
Bulb Type Incandescent
Dark Sky No
Height 12.75
Light Direction Up Lighting
Motion Sensor No
Number of Bulbs 1
Photocell No
Solar No
Suggested Room Fit Outdoor
Theme Modern
UL Listed Yes
UL Rating Wet Location
Voltage 120
Wattage 100
Watts Per Bulb 100
Width 9.5

Hinkley Landscape Lighting 51000 100 Watt Line Voltage Small In-Ground Well Light from the Line Voltage Collection

  • Dimensions: Height is 12.75", Width 9.5" (Top) and 6.125" (Base)
  • Made of Thermoplastic composite resin with molden ribbing to prevent ground shifting
  • Includes 6" of usable 105°C 18-AWG wire leads along with ground leads
  • Includes Encapsulant potting compound
  • Isolated sealable wiring compartment
  • Socket: Porcelain Medium Base
  • Gasket: EPDM 1-piece Molded Silicone U-Channel
  • Reflector: 84° Hydroformed Alzak-Finished Hammered Aluminum
  • Live Load Capacity: 2200 lbs.
  • c-ETL-us Certified for Wet Locations
  • Requires 1 100w Medium Base bulb (Not Included)

Featuring: Clear, Flat Glass Lens

* A Licensed electrical contractor is required to install Line Voltage landscape lighting systems.

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Our SKU: H51000

This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):

  • 51000BZ

*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued

2 Questions from the Community

  • I will be burying this in ground which is flood irrigated. Will this work for me or should I get an underwater light. What do you recommend?

    A. The Hinkley Lighting H51000 is wet rated, it should work for you.

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  • Is it rated to be in concrete?

    A. The Hinkley Lighting H51000 is rated to be in concrete but it does need to be protected by PVC pipe or Tar paper in order to preserve it from the elements of the concrete because the elements will eat away at the exterior of the light.

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