|Product Depth (in.)||.67||Product Height (in.)||.67|
|Product Width (in.)||48|
|Compatible Bulb Type||Halogen, Incandescent, LED||Fixture Color Family||White|
|Fixture Color/Finish||White||Hardware Included||Yes|
|Mounting Hardware Included||Yes||Product Weight (lb.)||1.27|
|Returnable||90-Day||Track Length (ft.)||4 ft.|
|Track Lighting Type||Linear Track||Voltage (v)||120v|
|Certifications and Listings||ETL Certified, cETLus||Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year Limited|
A: Yes, the Hampton Bay 4 ft. 2400-Watt White Linear Track Lighting Rail Section is compatible.
A: They sell a track to track coupler specifically for this
A: Use a coupler below Hampton Bay 2400-Watt Linear Track to Track Coupler with White, Black and Brushed Nickel Cover Model#: 804929 Sku#: 1004612894 Internet#: 310684193
A: Purchase a straight line connector from Home Depot which will connect two tracks.
A: Multiple tracks can be connected together using various couplers (sold separately for the Hampton Bay 4 ft. 2400-Watt Black Linear Track Lighting Rail Section.
A: The tracks are still the same for the Hampton Bay 4 ft. 2400-Watt White Linear Track Lighting Rail Section. All of the Hampton Bay linear track lighting that we currently sell on THD.com is “H-Style” track. There is a great reference guide on THD.com that will help you to determine which of the 3 types of tracks you may currently have in her home. https://www.homedepot.com/c/ab/types-of-track-lighting/9ba683603be9fa5395fab901c7db2f2?mtc=SEM-BF-F_D27-G-D27-027_016_INT_LIGHTING-NA-NA-NA-DSA-NA-NA_D27_New&cm_mmc=SEM-BF-F_D27-G-D27-027_016_INT_LIGHTING-NA-NA-NA-DSA-NA-NA_D27_New-71700000091161769-58700007697099940-39700069739408235&gclid=CjwKCAjwp7eUBhBeEiwAZbHwkaCjnk3xv4k7450NiB5Kj7Ibc-5hMkB5KeUVOLDpOGF8-cqpvUgFORoC9ToQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
A: For the Hampton Bay 4 ft. 2400-Watt White Linear Track Lighting Rail Section, as for the usage, each track head is 8.5 Watts and the 3 light kit is 25.5 Watts. The total track system is rated for up to 2,400 Watts. However, depending on the breaker the circuit is attached to (15AMP, 20AMP) and anything else attached to the circuit will determine how many lights can be installed. Please work with a qualified licensed electrician for a home specific consult.
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