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Hampton Bay

Model 16033KIT-BK

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39.37 in. 3-Light Black LED Dimmable Track Lighting Kit

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The Hampton Bay 3-Lighting Track-Lighting Kit has two beautiful finishes, white and black. There are 39.37 in. linear track, floating power canopy and 3-multi-directional track heads included, and it comes with mounting hardware. This fixture use 120-Volt, LED lamp included, warm light with best feeling. Elegant outlook is suitable for many different areas. Dimmable function can be given different light effective by using dimmer.

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39.37 in. 3-Light Black LED Dimmable Track Lighting Kit
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SPECS STATE POWER SUPPLY IS NEITHER HARDWIRED OR PLUG IN, IS THERE ANOTHER OPTION?

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Atlanta, GA
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October 8, 2014
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This is a plug in. You have to buy the cord that allows you to plug them in.
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September 24, 2014
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Hi, it is only hardwared or plug in, no other option, thanks.
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Denver CO
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September 4, 2014
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You get 3 dangling wires, and these MUST be wire-nutted outside the fixture base, so inside a wall or ceiling box. You can separately buy a plug in power module or side wire module at your local Home Depot, if you do not want to "box wire" this.
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August 25, 2014
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I think it says that because there is NO "power supply" i.e. inverter with this unit. You simply connect the hot, neutral, and ground from the fixture to the corresponding household wires in a junction box above the ceiling. (you supply the junction box) I guess in that sense it would be hardwired, but with 110V AC, not a power supply of any kind.
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What is the color temperature in Kalvin and what is the number of lumens per bulb?

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Denver CO
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September 4, 2014
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3000k, warm white. These are spotlights, and do not provide much light on their own. They bounce off white ceilings or walls well, and will light your floor if pointed straight down. Lumens? dont know the number, but I would say the light provided by each head is about the same as 20-30 watts conventional filament lamp.
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September 3, 2014
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It is 3000K, lumen per bulb is 260
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August 25, 2014
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The lumens are 720 for the fixture (3 lights) so 240 per "bulb". By compairson, one 60 watt incandescent is ~800 lumens. Color temp is 2700K, so very close to an incandescent.
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September 13, 2013
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Hello,
Thank you for asking. Please call us at 1-800-430-3376 for product information and availability.
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Can the track be cut/reduced to 30 inches?

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August 2, 2014
My space is only 37 inches wide.
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Denver CO
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September 4, 2014
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yes, tracks can be cut with a power saw (carefully). I recommend removing the brass power modules and cutting those wtih heavy pliers, otherwise the coarse teeth on your saw may rip the copper away abruptly. Cutting just the track with the copper conductors removed is safer and more accurate.
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September 3, 2014
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Yes, it is cutable, please consult with an qualified electrian before doing any works, thanks,
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Hi apple07,
Yes, you can reduce the with of the track to 30 inches.
The key is to remove the end piece that is screwed in and first remove that. Next, cut the track with a hacksaw rated to cut metal carefully and in a mitre box.
You'll most likely need to deburr and remove any rough areas of the cut with a file. This is needed so the end piece you removed can now go on the cut end.
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Hi apple07,
Yes, you can reduce the with of the track to 30 inches.
The key is to remove the end piece that is screwed in and first remove that. Next, cut the track with a hacksaw rated to cut metal carefully and in a mitre box.
You'll most likely need to deburr and remove any rough areas of the cut with a file. This is needed so the end piece you removed can now go on the cut end.
And that is how you cut down a track!
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I see that HD sells track extensions for this kit. I have a 15 amp circuit. How many lights and extensions can I attach?

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Joseph, that is incorrect information. Although a standard residential 120volt wiring circuit is designed to handle up to 15amps, the limiting factor here would be the LED Power Supply within the fixture itself. From what I have seen, on this unit that limit would be 600watts. So, plan accordingly....
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September 4, 2014
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600 watts max, so calculate the number of heads, and watts per head. If you use 23 watt CFL or 9 watt LED lamps, for instance, just multiply the lamps by the watts. Doesn't matter how many tracks you link, so long as the entire set does not exceed 600 watts.
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Hey Talons4,
It will depend on what is already on the circuit now in order for you to determine how many track lights can go on it.
You usually cannot exceed 1500 watts on a standard 15 amp residential circuit. With that said, you will need to add up all the devices on the circuit currently.
If this is a brand new circuit for just these lights, then you can add up quite a few. But, for safety and Read More
Hey Talons4,
It will depend on what is already on the circuit now in order for you to determine how many track lights can go on it.
You usually cannot exceed 1500 watts on a standard 15 amp residential circuit. With that said, you will need to add up all the devices on the circuit currently.
If this is a brand new circuit for just these lights, then you can add up quite a few. But, for safety and wiring constraints, it would be better to break up the tracks so they can function better.
The fixture says 17.4 watts, whether that is each light or the entire track is debatable, but I'd say that is each light.
With that said, you can theoretically place 86 lights on this circuit. However, due to voltage spikes, I'd say no more than 70 would be better.
Remember, these numbers are only for a circuit that doesn't have any other devices (lights, outlets, etc.) on it.
So you will need to see what is on the circuit, and add up accordingly. Never meet or exceed 1500 watts, as this can overload the breaker and create huge issues, like a fire hazard.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent lighting! I get a lot of compliments on these lights. They look great and are well made and provide a perfect light source for the bar area where I had them hung. You can buy lights for less but they look cheap and are not well made. I had these mounted onto bare pine wood fencing built into a base and it looks awesome. September 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent product Excellent lighting works great for a wash effect of light on wall, highlighting art work and wall, installed a dimmer switch for LED, used a plug-in connection, all works great, no heat build up for lights and adds sufficient lighting. November 21, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not impressed 149$ Installed and worked great. A month of two later a bulb fails. 60$ each. Ouch. Can't find my receipt either. November 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by LED black dimmable track lighting kit Excellent product. At 17 watts/bulb, you really don't need many tracks, since 3 bulbs are on one track. The only issue I have with these lights, are that when you dim them all the way down on the switch, they really don't dim that much. I am trying to figure out if this is a dimmer issue, or just a fact that they don't dim all the way down so you can have good ambience. At full power, the lights are very bright, and you want to make sure you aren't directing the lights in such a way that the light hits people's eyes. Perfect for highlighting walls, fireplaces, floors, art. May 10, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Dimmable if you don't mind a buzzing noise Don't get me wrong, I love the light from these track heads. However, I installed a LUTRON DIVA dimmer, and there was a distinct buzz. Not so loud that a window unit air conditioner wouldn't drown it out - but loud enough that I said "forget the dimmer, these get a regular switch". I own about 12 sets of these, none are on dimmers because of the noise. I even thought "hey, those magnetic dimmers might cut the buzz". I was wrong, and had to return a special order LUTRON DIVA MAGNETIC DIMMER. Annoying, but still great light. September 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very attractive & good quality Rec'd this shipment promptly and after a bad experience with track lighting from another lighting company, this was a hoped for scenario. These track lights are made of metal & glass as far as I can tell & have the look & feel of quality. They have not been installed yet, but our electrician for our commercial wine bar/restaurant I'm sure will have no issues even though he would have preferred me to get 8' tracks, not 40" ones, for ease of installation, so I might still switch out if I can find all black track lighting in 8' sections. November 7, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not Great Electrical cover had crack in it. Just was not worth the cost. January 13, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice lights, but need expensive electronic dimmer The lights look nice and were easy to install, but my wife wanted them on a dimmer. The packaging says they are dimmable, but the first Lutron LED-compatible dimmer switch I tried ($20) caused flickering when dimmed, and at full brightness the lights would turn on and then off every few seconds, so something was clearly wrong. I called Lutron and they said they have not tested these lights for compatibility with their dimmer switches. They told me to call Hampton Bay support. Hampton Bay support told me that I needed to use a $50 electronic low voltage dimmer, number 527 513. I installed one of those and it does seem to work well. I think Home Depot/Hampton Bay should be more explicit on their packaging about the type of dimmer switch that is required for these lights. Otherwise I would give them 5 stars. February 19, 2014
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