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|Bulb Base||Bi Pin|
|Collection||Linkable Over Cabinet Light|
|Light Direction||Down Lighting|
|Number of Bulbs||1|
|Suggested Room Fit||Living Room|
|Watts Per Bulb||35|
- Linkable Over the Cabinet Lighting
- Cord and plug or direct wire
- Available in brushed nickel with white blow glass shade or bronze with cream blown shade
- Adjustable head to direct light where it is needed
- Easily link multiple fixtures to one power source
- Includes 6’ cord and plug and 3’ Connector
- 2,000 Average Hour lamp Included
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Our SKU: LOC 35
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- LOC 35 120 BZ
- LOC 35 120 BN
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
8 Questions from the Community
Can you adjust the extension of the rod?
do you need a direct box or can you go to the factory box on the light?
No transformer is needed? What is the difference in functionality between the 12 volt lights and this one if it is 120v with no transformer needed? Thanks.
A. The primary difference between 12V halogen lighting, vs. 120v halogen lighting, such as the Lithonia Lighting LOC 35, is that 12V bulbs tend to last a bit longer and run a bit cooler (relatively, they still get very hot). The disadvantage of a 12V system is the higher current draw which necessitates using heavier gauge wire than you'd need with a 120V system. I recommend 120V systems, unless the lighting is only available in 12V. I hope that helps. Thank you for choosing LightingDirect.com, we appreciate your business.
I understand the rods are not adjustable, but can the light itself be moved on the rod so it can be directed away from or towards the cabinets. Also, I assume this unit can have a dimmer switch since it is not 12v
Do you need to purchase any additional parts to link the lights?
A. The Lithonia Lighting LOC 35 does not require any additional parts in order to link multiple fixtures together. Each light purchased includes a 3' connector for that purpose, and you can link up to 10 fixtures on one power source.
can the lights be dimmed?
Do you need to purchase a power supply cord?
Is the extension rod flexible?