Loose fill blown in insulation is acceptable. Only spray foam insulation is not to be in direct contact with recessed housings.
Seven 1/2” trade size conduit knockouts with true pry-out slots
Yes, you can use LED Retrofit trim with H99RTAT.
It can be installed under covered ceiling in home remodel applications, ideal for those who have limited or no access to their ceiling.
It will accept PAR30 lamps. Please refer the specification sheet using below link for finding the compatible trim housing combination. http://www.cooperindustries.com/content/dam/public/lighting/products/documents/halo/spec_sheets/halo-h5ricat-adv140447-sss.pdf
It will say on the box. Mine are currently in the ceiling already and they look the same and the ones I have are dimmable.
Yes you can. Max wattage on led itself is 50. Doesn’t matter what the equivalent wattage is jut matters what the actual unit is consuming
You should be OK as long as there are no vent pipes in the locations where you want to place the lights. I recently installed 5 of these as part of a kitchen remodeling project. Four went into the ceiling with no problem but the fifth can was hitting a drain pipe and would not go in flush. My installer had to bang a dent in the can in order for it to clear the drain pi;e.
Yes they work well together no issues now and have had them for three years.
No problem. I even used an LED with a Gimbal..