Dimension: 24 Inch Length x 3 Inch Width
Hi LS this fixture does not have a cord is a hard wired light fixture so the fixture would be 18 inches long and the wire to supply power is in the wall
The light itself is 12" long. The part of the cord that plugs into the light is 1" long. The rest of the cord that I have plugged into another light looks like about 12" long (I have it "folded up" so I can't measure it directly. Hope this helps.
If you have a wall switch then you can turn them all on/off at once . If you are using the switch on the fixture itself it will only turn that one off not all .
As long as you have the individual switches on the fixture themselves in the on position then yes the wall switch will turn them both on and off .
I don't believe so. We had these for over 5 years before a power surge due to downed lines caused them to be fried. Curious how long they would have lasted if they hadn't been blown out. Replaced them with the same exact unit, that's how much we love them.
5 watts, according to this: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Juno-12-in-White-LED-Dimmable-Linkable-Under-Cabinet-Light-ULL12-30K-90CRI-WH/203165894. I assume that's for the entire 3-light fixture.
This does not answer my question. Why then is HD attempting to sell me a "frequently bought together" package of two of these lights plus a Lutron Diva dimmer? If you connected one of these in series with another dimmer--not the built-in one--would it work or not?
My answer may be simplistic – but [using the module-to-module connector(s) – I would and did use as many fixtures as would fit in the space. My wife and I like bright counter tops. Hope this helps.