Internet #100133783

Model # EC751WH

Store SKU #555235

0008938275101

Hampton Bay

8 ft. White Linear Track Lighting

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Product Overview

The Hampton Bay Linear 8 ft. Track-Lighting Track features a white finish and an expandable, linear design. There are two end caps included in this track section. All mounting hardware is included.
  • White finish
  • End caps included
  • Expandable design
  • UL listed
  • All mounting hardware included
  • Also available in brushed steel and oil rubbed bronze finish

Product Overview

Model #: EC751WH
Sku #: 555235
Internet #: 100133783

The Hampton Bay Linear 8 ft. Track-Lighting Track features a white finish and an expandable, linear design. There are two end caps included in this track section. All mounting hardware is included.

  • White finish
  • End caps included
  • Expandable design
  • UL listed
  • All mounting hardware included
  • Also available in brushed steel and oil rubbed bronze finish

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Brand Commercial Electric Hampton Bay Hampton Bay Hampton Bay
Name 8 ft. Black Linear Track Lighting Section 8 ft. Brushed Steel Linear Track Section 8 ft. Oil-Rubbed Bronze Linear Track Section 8 ft. White Linear Track Lighting
Price
$29.97
$39.98
$39.98
Ratings (8) (94) (94) (94)
Maximum number of heads 0 0 0 0
Track lighting configuration Linear Linear Linear Linear
Track Length (in.) 96 95.7 95.7 96
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
96
Product Height (in.)
0.67
Product Width (in.)
1.38
Track Length (in.)
96

Details

Fixture Color/Finish
White
Fixture Color/Finish Family
White
Light Bulb Type Included
No Bulbs Included
Maximum number of heads
0
Mounting Hardware Included
Yes
Product Weight (lb.)
3.1lb
Returnable
90-Day
Track lighting configuration
Linear

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
4-UL Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
One Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
96
Product Height (in.)
0.67
Product Width (in.)
1.38
Track Length (in.)
96

Details

Fixture Color/Finish
White
Fixture Color/Finish Family
White
Light Bulb Type Included
No Bulbs Included
Maximum number of heads
0
Mounting Hardware Included
Yes
Product Weight (lb.)
3.1lb
Returnable
90-Day
Track lighting configuration
Linear

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
4-UL Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
One Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

Does the 8' have 2 circuits

Does the 8' have 2 circuits
Asked by: geopod
You are going to have to be more clear on this question. This has 3 wire connections running down it 2 on 1 side and 1 on the other. I hope this helps.
Answered by: Neil
Date published: 2018-05-07

what type of track is this ?

Can I install LED bulbs?
Asked by: Dawn
This is an EC & H compatible track which will work with track lights containing LED bulbs.
Answered by: AndyTheG
Date published: 2018-11-21

can I cut an 8'track by pushing the conductors out of the way before cutting the track and then pushing them back., Is the cap on the track removabl

I want to do a "L' design with a 7' tack on one leg , a 90 degree connector and a 4' track. I will be using a floating canopy. I know that Juno track can be cut. On another area, are Hampton Bay lo-vo fixture or halogen fixtures adaptable on a existing Juno track. Thank you
Asked by: Lightman
Yes you can cut the sections to the desired length, but you need to also cut the plastic slides and conductors to the proper length (which is shorter than the metal channel). If you look at the 8' section you will notice that there is a plastic runner on each side. These runners hold the copper conductors. You should also noticed that one plastic runner has two conductors and the other has one conduction. If you look carefully at the 8' section you will notice that the plastic runner is about a half inch shorter on each end than the metal channel. You will also notice that the plastic runners slide inside the metal channel. So if you attempt to plug in the 90 degree connector into one end of the 8' track, the plastic runners will slide down the metal channel and stick out the other end. In many cases the plascit runners will slide so that the 90 degree connector does not make electrical connection with the conductors inside the runners. To avoid this problem, I would do the following. 1) Push the plastic runner down the metal channel until it is flush with one end of the metal channel. Measure how much shorter the plastic runners is than the metal channel (for example 1"). Divide that measurement by half (for example 1/2"). That is the set back that you want to have at each end after you cut the metal channel and the plasctic runner. 2) Cut the metal channel to the desired length. Slide the plastic runners (with the electiral conductors ) out one end of the metal channel. Cut the plastic runner so that it is same amount shorter (e.g. 1") that it was before. Slide the plastic runner back into the metal channel and double check that you have the desired set back on the lenght of the plasctic runner with respect to the metal channel. 3) The next step is very important. To install the 90 degree connector, first pull the plactic runners several inches beyond the end of the metal channel. Position the plastic runners on each side fo the 90 degree connector and make sure that the metal tangs on the connector are positioned over the copper conductors. (Make sure that you have the 90 degree connector positioned so that the side of the connector that has two metal tangs is on the side of the track that has the plasctic runner with two conductors. If not flip over the 90 degree connector.) Once the plastic runners are properly positioned on each side of the 90 degree connector, slide the metal channel over the plastic runners to lock them in position. 4) Insert the plastic cap into the other end of the track.
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2018-11-02

Can this track be used with sku 938846? If not, what track is compatible with that sku?

Asked by: Patty
Yes, 938846 is compatible with this track.
Answered by: tgaw
Date published: 2018-10-22
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Customer Reviews

8 ft. White Linear Track Lighting is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 94.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from mounting is not the best Used this with lamps and power feed from a 3 light kit. Two issues: 1) The floating power feed is not set up to go on a box that has the screws aligned with the track direction, an adapter plate was needed to make it work. 2) the mounting is not all that sturdy. There are only 3 mounting holes in the track, and the center one fell right on the electrical box, so only two could be used the hold the track to the ceiling. The ceiling is sloped and the track tends to twist with the weight of the lights. Additional mounting screws and/or a heavier gauge track are needed. It comes with a set of 3 moly anchors and 3 toggle bolts. The moly anchors are not strong enough to support the track with lights on it. The toggle bolts will work, but lose the toggle if you have to take the track back off after putting the bolt up. I ended up using heavier screw type anchors.
Date published: 2015-01-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for novices This product would appear to be a simple plug together installation. However you really need to know what you are doing especially if you are going to connect multiple sections with straight connectors or elbow connectors. I installed 4 pieces of track, an elbow connector, a "T" connector and a straight connector. It worked fine for a while and then some of the track sections lost power. I worked on the track for several hours before I figure out the problem. Inside the tracks, the eletrical conductors are mounted in plastic runners that SLIDE inside the steel channel. When you attemp to plug a connetor or elbow in one end, the runners and conductors slide down the channel leaving you with no connection or and intermittent connection. The only way I could get the track to work reliably was to pull the plastic runner with the conductors out the end of the metal channel. Then I properly positioned the runners and conductors on each side of the connector or elbow and then slide the metal channel into place. I would strongly suggest that the manufacture mount the plastic runners to the metal channel so that this problem would be avoided.
Date published: 2014-12-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product was a a real disappointment Can't review the track separately from the power feed connectors and the lights because they are all supposed to work together. The brushed steel color on this part does not match the brushed steel color of the live end power feed and lights, even though they are all Hampton Bay products and promoted as being compatible. Also purchased on line two brushed steel live end power feeds, the color of which does not match the track sections or the lights themselves. Additionally, one of the power feeds had connector screws missing and caused additional expense because electrician had to spend more time improvising. Were not advised that tracks did not come with power feeds and lost time having to order separately. The lights, tracks, and power feeds cannot be used separately--why not promote and sell them as a set? Everything is working, however and is attractive.
Date published: 2012-09-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Having Installation Issues? Read This! I purchased four of the 4-foot Hampton Bay track lighting kits (4-foot track with three lights), along with three 8-foot pieces of linear track and one 4-foot piece of linear track. To connect all of this, I purchased 5 straight connectors and 2 90-degree connectors. This allowed me to create a large U-shaped track in a media room. At the end of the day, the system looks good, and eventually, I was able to get it working properly. I will also say that you get pretty good bang-for-the-buck out of this system, even considering the manufacturing flaws I'm detailing in this review. However, the build quality of the internal track components is very poor, which can make installation a real problem if you're connecting multiple pieces of track to build your system. My brother and I are extremely "handy" - we were able to properly install and anchor all of the track in one short evening. However, we were disappointed to find that when we hit the switch to power the system for the first time, only the first leg of our U-shape lit up. No power was flowing to the bottom of the U or its second leg. Subsequent fiddling revealed that each piece of the track worked individually, and the whole second leg worked by itself, but the bottom leg of the U was a no-go, and the system wasn't working together all at the same time. We double-checked all connections, etc... and spent almost as much time fiddling with everything as we had spent installing it to try to determine the source of the problem. It turned out that the copper conductors inside each track (2 on one side and 1 on the other) are not long enough to go all the way to each end of the track, and most of them are not centered up inside the track pieces. Additionally, the plastic sleeves in which they are housed inside each side of the track can loosen and shift once you push a connecting piece into one end or the other. This sometimes results in some of the copper conductors failing to contact with the connectors you're trying to use to build your system. I went back to the store and bought replacement track, only to find the same design flaw. Also, if you read some of the other reviews (which I didn't before my purchase), you'll notice the same flaw being mentioned. This really should be addressed by the manufacturer - it wouldn't be hard to fix. In any case we (finally) found a solution. We reluctantly took each problematic piece of track down and carefully centered each copper piece inside its plastic sleeve. We did this by GENTLY tapping the copper pieces into place with a small screwdriver and hammer. Then we centered each plastic sleeve inside the track and locked these in place by installing a light at each end of the track. The pressure exerted by twisting the lights into position holds the plastic sleeves in place, assuring that the copper is still centered up inside. Next, we gently installed everything again. We did still find that there is an issue getting some of the pieces to properly connect with the 90 degree connectors in particular. Solution: jiggle them. a lot. LOL...but seriously, we were able to jiggle things a bit to get them to work. We also gently tapped the connectors fully in place with a small hammer to ensure the tightest connection possible. Eventually, it worked. Hope this helps!
Date published: 2014-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, cheap, good looking track. Yes, you can cut it. I loved this track. Used 2 8ft segments. Tons of stores are selling overpriced tracks/rails, but this is simple, reliable and good looking. I got the brushed steel version, and it looks great. They say you can't cut it, but you totally can - just be careful to leave a space at either end so that the end-caps/connectors can be inserted properly. You can achieve this pushing the copper rails out a little bit and cutting them a quarter inch shorter than the housing. I also love the accessories that you can buy for it (for instance, I powered mine through an outlet, and was really happy that a power cord - to - rail connector was for sale).
Date published: 2015-03-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Oil rubbed bronze track works and is cuttable, but you get what you pay for Just installed 4 of the oil rubbed bronze version tracks. Installation: straightforward -- not sure why some other reviewers had so much difficulty. For power I used EC707, the "Linear Track Live-end Power Feed". One of the tracks was coupled to a 4 ft track using EC702, the "Linear Track Lighting Mini Straight Connector". Everything fit together without problems. It would have nice to have two more mounting holes (the track only has 3 mounting holes) since I lost one of the holes when cutting one of the tracks. Cutting the track: The oil rubbed bronze track only comes in 8 ft and 4 ft versions. If you need 6 ft of track (as I did), you're out of luck, unless you're willing to cut the 8 ft track. The instructions say not to do this, but if you look at the description of the black version of this product on the Home Depot web site (same model number, EC751), it says that the track can be cut to fit. So I went ahead and cut one of the tracks with a hacksaw, then trimmed back the copper conductors (but not the insulation) at the cut end to minimize risk of shorting. It was tricky to do this -- first I had to dislodge the insulation (which is lightly glued to the metal track frame), then I had to push on the copper conductors with a screwdriver (requires a bit of force) to slide them out enough so I could grab them with pliers, pull them out a little further, and then clip them with the pliers. Then I had to slide back the conductors (more force), then reassemble everything, including the endcap. But it was doable and resulted in a successful installation. (Highly recommend wearing canvas gloves to protect your hands from sharp metal edges and screwdrivers that slip.) Track quality: for the price, you get what you pay for. The oil rubbed bronze track is just the white version of the track, but spray painted. The paint scratches off easily; if they had spray painted the black version instead, at least the scratches wouldn't be so visible. If the color isn't exactly what you want, you're probably better off buying the black track (EC751BK), disassembling it and spray painting it yourself. The coloring of the power feed connector I used, (EC707OBR) was even worse. To save you searching for my review of this item, I'll summarize here: not only was the connector simply spray painted like the tracks, but even the power switch and the power cord were spray painted. (As if brown power cords aren't available off the shelf.) Overall, the track does the job and the right price, but if I had to do it all again, it would have been worth paying a little more for a higher quality paint job, and for a track system that includes a 2 ft option so you don't have to cut the track.
Date published: 2014-02-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok track, misleading finish name. I used a pair of these tracks in our sunroom, they work fine except that they are not a "brushed steel finish" they are in fact painted dull silver. Due to our high ceilings they are far enough away I can't tell they aren't brushed but if you were to install them on a lower ceiling it may be an issue.
Date published: 2015-11-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Installation is a nightmare The copper power strips do not run the entire length of the track, so even if you do everything correct the lights may not work because the electricity won't make contact (in our case) from a tee connector to a 8 foot strip unless you take back down (and that's frustrating) and manually push the strips into the tee to make contact and hack saw the other end of the track shorter to match the strip length! Last year I used the same tracks and a 90 degree on the kitchen ceiling and the electricity was intermittent, but I did not figure out why until we did the LVRM. The stuff looks good when its finished but this is a major design/manufacture flaw!!!!
Date published: 2013-04-16
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