Model # CE-JB6-650L-27K-E26

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Commercial Electric 6 in. Warm White Recessed LED Can Disk Light

Discontinued Commercial Electric

6 in. Warm White Recessed LED Can Disk Light

  • Brightness: 650 Lumens
  • Life: 35,000 hours or 32 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (warm white)

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Product Overview

The Commercial Electric 6 in. LED Disk Light by Cree makes it easy to upgrade your existing lighting to energy efficient LED technology. The Disk Light can be installed in an existing recessed can or wherever a 4 in. junction box is installed - making it extremely versatile for both retro-fit and new installation. The semi recessed lens gives the appearance of a higher end recessed fixture and is instant on and fully dimmable. The LED Disk Light is perfect for kitchens, hallways, bathrooms, closets, laundry, porches and garage work rooms.

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  • Brightness: 650 Lumens
  • Life: 35,000 hours or 32 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (warm white)
  • Energy used: 12.5-Watt (65-Watt equivalent)
  • Does not contain mercury
  • 4 in. junction box mounting, mounts in round, square and metal junction boxes
  • 6 in. recessed can mounting, fits most 6 in. metal cans for retro-fit installation, comes with flip clip mounting hardware
  • Family collection - profile and detailing match with the EcoSmart 6 in. and 4 in. LED down lights
  • Can be used indoors and in an outdoor enclosed setting, perfect for kitchens, hallways, bathrooms, closets, laundry, porches and garage work rooms
  • Can be used indoors and in an outdoor enclosed setting - perfect for kitchens, hallways, bathrooms, closets, laundry, porches and garage work rooms
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Customer Questions & Answers

does the 6" recessed LED can disk light require a separate can to be installed, such as a Halo 6" can?

Asked by: goldbug007
This can be installed into a separate can such as a Halo. OR it can also be installed into a standard 4" junction box. If you don't have anything yet then it is easier and cheaper to install the 4" junction box.
Answered by: Pat
Date published: 2015-11-02

do these come with a remote activated dimmer?

I have seen some in the Bonita Springs store that have a remote to let you INCREASE the brightness.I would like to know if they made one where you can use the remote to DECREASE the brightness. Thanks
Asked by: zappped
Dimmer not included, I paid about $35 for a good one, works well
Answered by: BJ
Date published: 2016-01-23

Can I install these in older style incandescent high hat recessed fixtures?

And then seal and cover the high hat top in the ceiling with insulation? If one were using regular incandescent lights this would present a serious fire hazard..
Asked by: Sparky
Yes, they'll fit in a 5 or 6" can.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2015-09-22

Is there a tool to grab hold of bulb to change out , bulbs get tight and cant remove easily without breaking bulb

Asked by: 481035sus
There isn't a bulb, it is a CREE LED. I'm not sure if it is swappable.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2015-09-22
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Customer Reviews

6 in. Warm White Recessed LED Can Disk Light is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used with the "correct" dimmer, they are great! I recently installed these in (2) rooms I just renovated in my home, like others I ran into the humming issue while using dimmers. I tried using all the suggested dimmers with no success, buying $180 in dimmers to try all the options at the local store. I settled on hours of research finally finding one suggestion through some review of the fixture. The model that does work with with this fixture without humming on any range of illumination level is the Lutron DVELV-300PH-WH ($74.99 a piece)Yikes. I know this model to work on currently (2) separate rooms with (4) lights a piece. With the exception of having to use a 75 dollar dimmer, hours of research, I am completely satisfied with these lights!
Date published: 2013-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get the updated version and there great. I installed 10 of these on a Lutron DVWCL-153PH-WH dimmer and they made a loud humm or buzz. Then read other reviews with the same complaint, saying you have to use the Lutron DVELV-300PH-WH which is $74.99! After lots more research I found they redesigned these lights and fixed the problem. I replaced all 10 lights with the new style and the buzz went away still using the cheaper dimmer. The new style is the one on the left in both pics. Hope this helps some others.
Date published: 2015-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Light - no hum on dimmer Installed 10 of these lights in my kitchen. Was happy as the install was pretty easy and the lights give off a good natural color. 4 lights were installed on a standard switch, the other 6 were on a 3-way dimmer (Lutron DVCL-153PR). As night came, and things quieted down around the house I noticed the "buzz" or "hum" (as mentioned by other reviewers). Was pretty disappointed and annoyed. I contacted CREE (the LED manufacturer) to discuss the issue. They provided prompt customer service, and stated I needed to swap my dimmer for an ELV dimmer. I found the Lutron SELV-300P and Lutron SELV-303P (3-way) switches, installed them and they work great. No more buzzing. All and all a nice product, the only thing they missed was providing better documentation in the packaging to communicate which products are compatible. Note: you will want a dimmer with these lights as they are very bright when on full.
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Needed as alternative to can lights, but not ready yet. I am an installing contractor, disappointed that T91 lights were suddenly discontinued, to be replaced by T67. If the move were good for consumers, I would say so. I am disappointed with the 2700°K color temperature of the T67, finding it yellows my paint colors. I wish the choice had been 3000°K as in T91, or that CREE might have applied a mix of phosphors to give a more-full light spectrum. My strongest disappointment with the T67s I have tried, is in an irksome hum of the luminaire while powered through dimmers. I find the same hum with two dimmers I have tried so far, a Cooper Wiring Devices D106P, and a Home Depot store-recommended Lutron Maestro.
Date published: 2013-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Careful with the Dimmer! As other reviewers have noted using a regular dimmer (even one rated for LEDs) can result in a disappointing, annoying electrical crackling noise as though you are under high-tension wires. I agree with other reviewers that using the expensive ($65-70) Lutron DVELV-300PH-WH dimmer makes all the difference in the world. Now the noise is totally gone and the lights are wonderful.
Date published: 2013-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Light for low wood panel ceiling I remodeled the basement and used 26 of this lights. That's a lot of money up front. I staggered them every 6 feet or so. They work great. I did not use a dimmer. I like the low energy use. One of them quit after about a month of use. I tried to contact the manufacturer but they did not respond. I was able to get a replacement from H.D. I think this is the way to go in the future. Just a 4" can on the ceiling. I hope they get cheaper in the future.
Date published: 2013-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love them - basement project - 40 lights - several dimmers - NO HUM Last year I finished my basement myself and when it came to lighting I went back and forth between installing traditional cans or simply putting in 4" junction boxes and using the T67 lights. I purchased a few of the lights to check for brightness and color - I purchased trial dimmers to verify that there was no hum as several reviewers claimed. Unlike others I actually followed the instructions about getting an ELV dimmer.. In the end I ended up wiring my entire basement project with these disk lights. All in all I have 8 circuits across a variety of rooms/zones with 9, 6, 8, 6, 2, 2, 3 and 4 of these on dimmer switches. I am using the Skylark Contour CTELV-303PR-WH dimmer switch in 5 of the zones. The lights are instant on - no lag at all - the brightness is great - much better than the normal 65 watt cans I have. The light warm and very easy on the eyes - it is very hard for me to tell the difference between the normal 65 watt bulb in terms of color - yet the brightness is better. I have repeatedly read about the hum - but when reading it was clear that you have to use a very specific type of dimmer like the one I described above. If you don't you will get a hum - if you do get the right dimmer switch type - there is ABSOLUTELY NO HUM IF YOU GET THE RIGHT DIMMER SWITCHES. I have put my ear right next to the units with and without dimmers - there is nothing audible either at full power or dimmed. The proper dimmer switch is more expensive - but so are these lights - you are buying them to never have to touch them for 15+ years. Unlike traditional bulbs - the dimmer does not let you go from 1%-100% range. Generally you get about 40% brightness to 100%. Certainly enough to set a change in mood - but not candlelit. Overall I am happy with the range on dimming that they have. Installation - I was installing them directly into the 4" junction box. They are designed to be a tight fit. The hardware is pretty easy - they actually come with a dongle that you can hook into your wiring first and then pug the light in - so you can get the real electrical work done without the light. To install you need to pop off the plastic lens to, slide the light up into the junction box, and install 2 screws. Depending on how flush your junction box is to the drywall the screws they provide may not be long enough. In about 20% of the lights I installed the box was inset just a 1/8th of an inch too far for the screw to catch properly. I went to the hardware store and got a box of screws that were 1/4 inch longer and the problem was solved. Screw the baffle flush to the ceiling - pop on a couple white stickers so that the dark screw head covers do not show through the lens, pop the lens on and you are done. NOTE: The light seemingly gets brighter when you put on the lens as it diffuses the light out in more directions. I spent a lot of time deciding how to wire my basement because of these - and in the end the time saved by simply nailing up junction boxes vs installing cans was huge. Additionally the cost savings on not needing to buy cans, baffles, and lower watt LEDs helped offset the cost of the T67s. Now that my basement has been finished for 1/2 of year I can say I remain very pleased by my decision to go with this product. Simply put I love these lights and highly recommend them and wanted to offer this review as a counter to those complaining about the hum because they didn't do the research to know what type of switch they were supposed to use. I am likely going to be slowing retrofitting my existing recessed cans with these as I am tired of constantly replacing light bulbs.
Date published: 2014-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good with some quirks I installed 4 of these lights using 4" circular ceiling boxes instead of recessed light cans. Install was fine and it works fine, with some quirks. 1) You can see the 2 mounting screw heads through the lens. The package provides 4 white stickers to place on the screw heads to make them disappear. It wasn't apparent when I read the instructions so I had to rework these after the fact. 2) Light HUM - The lights can work with a dimmer, which I intended to do. With an on/off switch, they work fine. With a dimmer, the lights hum. I first used a Lutron Diva DV-600PR incandescent and got hum. I installed a Lutron MACL-153MR LED dimmer and the hum remained. No difference. The hum is slight and exists even when the dimmer is at max. The hum does not change much when the lights are dimmed. So, if you plan to dim, expect some humming.
Date published: 2012-12-31
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