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Globe Electric

Model 90013

Internet #204394239

4 in. Dark Bronze Recessed Light Fixture

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Globe Electric 4 in. recessed light fixture, dark bronze. This recessed light fixture creates mood lighting and dramatic effects to highlight decorative elements, ideal for living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms and dining rooms. Quick and Easy Installation: includes extra-wide, patented clips that grip uneven holes and surfaces to secure effortlessly into position. Superior fit for a smarter, faster installation.

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Is this fixture IC-rated?

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Philippi
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November 18, 2014
Can it safely come into contact with attic insulation? If not, would a (low-heat) LED bulb allow it to come into contact safely?
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November 19, 2014
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This fixture is not IC rated, so it cannot come into contact with insulation. You must either use an insulation box, or keep all insulation at least 3.5 inches away from the fixture. LED bulbs produce less heat, but it would still not be safe to have insulation touching the fixture.
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Can three of these be wired together and plugged into a 110/120 AC outlet that works off a wall switch.

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New Smyrna Beach, FL
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May 26, 2014
I want to replace three lights in an old bridge bed.
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Atlanta GA
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May 30, 2014
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Hey John,
Since this is already a 120 VAC system, you can plug in the last light into a switch.
However, just be sure that this will not overload the existing outlet and circuit that it is on.
Be sure to use a clamp connector to where the cord will go into the last fixture so the wire doesn't get frayed and it is secure.
Joseph
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful fixture. Great price. Easy installation. Like I said: Beautiful fixture. Great price. Easy installation. Enough said :-) November 19, 2013
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