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5 in. and 6 in. White Recessed LED Trim with 2700K, 92 CRI

$14.97 /each

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The Commercial Electric 5 in. and 6 in. Recessed LED Trim with clean and elegant design is ideal for glare free lighting in any room of the house. This ETL classified high efficiency dimmable Trim has received Energy Star Certification for year-round energy savings. Compatible with LED dimmer switch for different illumination needs and increased energy saving. This LED Trim is intended for use with 5 in. and 6 in. IC and non-IC recessed housings and will retrofit 5 in. and 6 in. incandescent housings to energy saving LED down lights. Reduce energy consumption to 11-Watt LED - comparable to BR30/65-Watt incandescent bulb. Rated for wet location make it applicable for shower and exterior application.

  • 2700K soft white light, 690 Lumens, 92 CRI
  • For use with 5 in. and 6 in. IC or non-IC recessed housings (housings not included)
  • Dimming range between 10% to 100% and compatible with most household dimmers
  • Rated for wet and damp location and certified airtight per ASTM E283-04
  • Can be used for CA title 24/high efficacy compliance
  • 65-Watt bulb equivalent light output - 11-Watt energy used
  • IC rated for direct contact with insulation
  • Save on bulb replacement up to 50,000 hours rated life
  • Medium base socket adapter included
  • Retrofits 5 in. and 6 in. incandescent housings to energy saving LED down lights
  • Designed to install in other incandescent housing by other major brands, please refer to instruction sheet for list of additional compatible housing
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are these instant on ?

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Yes. Small delay at first power after installation, then always instant on.
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there is about a half second delay
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Yes
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I have noticed a slight delay.
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Yes, at full brightness. No 'warm-up' as do "compact-fluorescent energy-saver(!)" 'corkscrew' bulbs. Can also be used with a dimmer.
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This is an LED light. LED lights are always instant on. CFL lights are sometimes not instant.
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Yes... Maybe a half-second delay when you flip the switch. NOT LIKE CFL's AT ALL!
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Yes, instantly. They are nearly impossible to tell from standard lights. The color is correct too.
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Yes, they are instant on. I replaced my old recessed lights with these new LED lights and I love them!
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I am not sure what instant on means? They go on right when you flip the switch. Remember they are dimable.
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Can this be hard wired without the screw in adapter?

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this is a kitchen upgrade and there are no existing light sockets or wiring.
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This fixture is intended to be mounted inside an existing enclosure. (eg; a can light). Otherwise you need to put the wire connections inside an approved electrical box to comply with national electric code.
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I've installed these without a housing.
I needed to bend the spring-loaded clips so they say flush with the collar first, but then they just snapped right into the hole.
The clips kept the fixture flush with the ceiling.
If you install them this way, you will of course need to hard wire them in compliance with local electrical codes, but most often that means nothing more than using wire nuts.
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I've installed these without a housing.
I needed to bend the spring-loaded clips so they say flush with the collar first, but then they just snapped right into the hole.
The clips kept the fixture flush with the ceiling.
If you install them this way, you will of course need to hard wire them in compliance with local electrical codes, but most often that means nothing more than using wire nuts.
I also used electrical tape for good measure, but this isn't necessary. Read Less
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I am sure that it could if wires were cut and electrical connectors used.
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Sure, Walt! It's just another low-current circuit load. You can either use the pigtail without the screw-in bulb base (for easier replacement later on, if need), or just clip the 2-wire connector of and hard-wire t 2 leads, using good industry practice (wire nuts, soldered and taped (plastic, rubber, silicone) connections, etc. I'd avoid he crimp-on connections, especially in high-humidity environment.
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Yes, but you would have to cut the wires as there is a quick-connect between the screw connector and the light.
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Of course... Just cut the orange plug off of the hot and neutral wire and use wire nuts in your housing. Just be aware that the wire is only about 4" long.
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Well, it takes standard 110 voltage, but the clips on the light are for mounting into a electrical can that they sell at any hardware store. You could cut off the screw adapter and wire it directly, but you would then need some way to hold it into the ceiling. Further, it is designed to fit into an electrical can so that there are no exposed wires in the ceiling or attic space.
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This product is designed to be installed inside a existing can light housing, there would be no way to mount it without creating something yourself. You could hard wire this but it is not designed that way but would work. If you asked me for my recommendation I would suggest going to store, searching online or asking a professional for there preference on what would be the best way to do what you are Read More
This product is designed to be installed inside a existing can light housing, there would be no way to mount it without creating something yourself. You could hard wire this but it is not designed that way but would work. If you asked me for my recommendation I would suggest going to store, searching online or asking a professional for there preference on what would be the best way to do what you are trying to accomplish. This is not a good idea trust me. Read Less
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Yes, confirm that the polarity is correct and check to see if local codes allow you to perform the hard
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Can insects get into the space above the light?

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No. They are sealed.
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If they can get into the existing can cylinder, they can get to the top of the light but not into the light itself.
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If they can enter the can (cylinder) they can get into the top, but will not be able to fall down into the light.
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It is a sealed unit, you can not access the space between the lens and the LED bulbs. I have not had any get into mine as of yet.
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I have not had that experience, but since it is not an airtight seal, I suppose they could, if they wanted to.
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It would be very hard for insects to get into the space above the light. If your light fixture was not flush with ceiling, then many insects could get in!
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I've had mine for about a year now and no insects. It is sealed and you don't see the bulbs.
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Yes, I think that it is possible for the bugs to get in. The light is held into place with light springs. The only way to keep them out would be to drill holes in the outer rim screw the light to the ceiling and caulk around the light to seal. If you have trouble with bugs you may want to get a different light, I have vapor lights which are sealed, like the kind in walk in refrigerators.
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These lights have a sealing gasket and there are no openings in the down looking face because the LED light and the bezel are totally sealed. I suppose a small bug might find its way past the gasket but it's no where near as open as the previous metal bezel and floodlamp bulb. With a flat ceiling (no popcorn), it'd fit very tightly.
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Can you change the bulb in this fixture?

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My contractor installed these lights and my grey floor now looks purple, can the light bulb be changed?
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No, does not appear so.
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if the bulb or electronics go bad you have to replace the entire unit
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There’s no bulb to replace. However, in the unlikelihood of LED or driver failure, both parts are replaceable. This product has over 90 CRI, which means objects illuminated by it should look as close as possible as when illuminated by natural day light. If the floor looks purple under incandescent bulbs, then your floor is purple.
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No this is a sealed unit, if the bulb goes the entire unit must be replaced
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March 17, 2015
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NO BULB REPLACEMENT
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No, the fixture and bulb are built as a solid unit . When these are purchased you have to make sure that you choose the right color - either warm white or cool white. Cool white will make things look purple, I discovered this after I installed LED strip lights throughout my kitchen cabinets in cool white and hated the fact that everything now had a purple glow to it. So I removed them all and put in warm Read More
No, the fixture and bulb are built as a solid unit . When these are purchased you have to make sure that you choose the right color - either warm white or cool white. Cool white will make things look purple, I discovered this after I installed LED strip lights throughout my kitchen cabinets in cool white and hated the fact that everything now had a purple glow to it. So I removed them all and put in warm white, which I think looks more natural. Read Less
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No, there is no blub, it is a light emitting diode. It is one piece and sealed. This unit has one of the warmest output so I doubt that you will find something with better color.
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No, this LED Trim is a sealed unit and the light bulb can not be changed.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 289 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Clean looking LED trim (and usually easy to install) This is a great LED trim light we have used before in other rooms. We wanted to replace an older can light with this LED trim. The installation process should be easy in theory (and was easy in our previous experience with this product). However, this time around, the light would not come on when we turn the switch even though we had the appropriate housing and dimmer switch. After couple of hours of fiddling around with every possible junction along the circuit, it turned out that the connection on the LED trim was loose and fiddling with it make the light turn on. This is why I give an Average on the ease of installation instead of an Excellent. Once it started working though, it looks great and dims as expected. August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to Install We have 8 under roof recessed lights that constantly burn out - so have started installing these recessed LED Recessed Lights. They are brighter plus they are totally enclosed - cutting down on dead bugs in the recessed housing. Very easy to install and they look great. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Closest color to traditional lights for lowest price I love, love, love, traditional warm incandescent can lights. I installed 6 traditional can light housings in my kitchen and decided to test out LED lights to save energy and reduce heat. I hate the jail cell, sweatshop look of cool light, which many LEDs do, or they look too orange. I bought several brands of LED bulbs, and retro kits like this to compare to an old fashion bulbs. This light came in second with the closeness of light output and color. The first place light kit cost $34 each!! So I settled with these and have been happy. No issues with retro installation or flickering etc. I have yet to install my dimmer though. Great wide spread coverage, and bright. I compared to prices online too, this is the truest bang for your buck. June 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent conversion for the normal ceiling can lights Screw in light bulb replacement that saves so much electricity! July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Have installed in home and now in condo. Easy installation, takes about two minutes per fixture. We like the 2700k better than 3000k. The 3000k is a little too blue or gives the appearance of fluorescent. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love Love love!!! Clean and simple look and they dim also!! Very easy to put in.. I will recommend this product to anyone. I have these recessed canned lights everywhere. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks good Easy to install - will prevent draft from coming in June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solution for Falling Lights, Dimmer, and Air Leak These can lights put the light down were needed, and do not waste much light in the fixture, so you actually get more usable light. The angle of the light is very wide, which is great for lighting up a big area. I think the wide angle makes the house look more complete and clean, but light is more likely to shine in one's eyes (not too bad, worth it to me!). They come with a foam gasket to help seal them to the ceiling (not visible when installed); which I think will save more energy from reduced conditioned air flow loss through can lights into the attic than electricity saved. I used foil (duct) tape to seal up the inside of my IC rated cans before I installed these to add another airtight layer, like double pane windows! There is also energy savings from air conditioning less heat made by cooler lights. If you are buying new cans with these LEDs, get the IC (Insulation Contact) rated ones so they can legally be sealed and covered with insulation. The IC rated cans have a thermal switch to turn off the light if the fixture gets too hot (perhaps from putting an old incandescent bulb back in). These LEDs hardly get warm. Falling lights: My 1983 house came with 6-inch completely round can lights and 6-inch can lights, which have a round opening through the drywall and a square box above. The LED lights clip smoothly into the all round can lights; however, the clips in the square boxes are farther apart. I bent the wire on the light to stick out more as shown below (pictured: top is before, bottom is after). All it takes is a pair of needle nose pliers to hold the coil to the light fixture while making bends by hand (two bends per wire sticking out, eight total). The manufacturer could add another screw hole for 6 inch round can lights with square boxes, but it would take about the same amount of time to adjust either way. Dimmer: They are 2700K from 10-100 percent dimmed, which the color of most unfiltered incandescent lights only when not dimmed. These LEDs dim very smoothly. 100 percent and dimmed I have not noticed any humming or buzzing noise as I've notice with incandescent lights on the same dimmer and other LEDs. The product directions indicated having at least four lights on a dimmer provides enough current for most dimmers to function properly. I put only one light on the Lutron dimmer pictured (potentially from 1983, but looks like what is still sold in Wal-Mart) rated only for incandescent; however, it dims smoothly all the way to 0% (see picture with light at roughly one percent in background). I will update if I have any problems. I bought 38 of them through Home Depot (2 for 25 USD after Thanksgiving 2015). To see price history go to PriceZombie or CamelCamelCamel. November 30, 2015
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