Recessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed

Recessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed

Recessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed

Recessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. Tested ok when i rigged a corded plug to them. But when wiring in place using 14 or 12ga romex, the wiring is often too stiff and the springs on the light too weak. Weight/memory of the house wiring makes it difficult to get these to sit flush against the ceiling.Worse, the tiny screw that seals the junction box cover isn't captured, and requires a very small screwdriver. I'm not sure what engineer thought that it would be a good idea to be on top of a ladder installing ceiling lights and trying not to drop or lose this screw in the process of opening or closing the box lol.I opted to buy other led lights that have separate junction boxes instead. Sadly this 4" light cutout doesn't match most other 4" led lights, so I had to order and cut out for 5" led lights instead.Those worked much better.columbus mall,japan's largest assortment,max 40% offRecessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed
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Recessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed

  • 【DIMMABLE DOWNLIGHTamp;LONG LIFESPAN】Our LED recessed downlight offers 5 color options including 2700K 3000K 3500K 4000K 5000K, you can easily change color temperature with a simple flick of switch on the fixture. Just pick a color before installing and customize ambiance for every room as you wish!The lifetime of LED downlight is up to 20000 hours. It is suitable for retrofit and new decoration.
  • 【IC RATEDamp;SPACE-SAVING】 Eneru's canless LED recessed light is IC rated, which is permitted to be in contact with insulations in ceilings, meaning the junction box is thermally protected.It won't cause a fire in the roof or overhead joist space.This new integrated canless downlight only needs 2.5 inches of space to fit narrow ceiling and takes up very little space, multiple sets can be installed in near space.
  • 【EASY INSTALLamp;WIDE APPLICATION】 Simply cut a 1:1 hole in ceiling; Connect the junction box to the cable; Push spring clips up and insert downlight into the hole. The installation can be finished in less than 10 minutes.Adjust the brightness of your 4" LED recessed lights from 100% to 5% without flickering or buzzing, compatible with most dimmers, suitable damp location, meets kinds of needs in applications such as kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, workplace and others.
  • 【HIGH BRIGHTNESS amp; ENERGY EFFICIENT】The 4 inch recessed lights with world’s leading LED chips only consume 9 watts of power while providing you 620lm of brightness. Equals to a 80 watts incandescent lamp, saving you up to 90% of energy costs.
  • 【Highest Industry Standards】This recessed lighting is certified by ETL of a high standard. If you have any questions during the installation process, please contact customer service, we will answer them as soon as possible. If the product are damaged, we will exchange them unconditionally and you can shop at ease.
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Product Description

4 Inch LED Recessed Lighting4 Inch LED Recessed Lighting
2700K/3000K/3500K/4000K/5000K, the switch to change the colar temperature is in the junction box.2700K/3000K/3500K/4000K/5000K, the switch to change the colar temperature is in the junction box.
5%-100% Dimmable5%-100% Dimmable
4 Inch 4 Pack Recessed Lighting 6 Inch 6 Pack Recessed Lighting
Ultra-thin Canless Light, High Brightness Ultra-thin Canless Light, High Brightness
Size 4 Inch 6 Inch
Color Temperature 2700K-5000K 5 color temperature 2700K-5000K 5 color temperature
Lumen 620LM 840LM
Dimming Range 5% - 100% 5% - 100%
Wattage 9W 12W
Cut Hole Size 4.33- 4.72 in 5.9 - 6.3 in
Flicker amp; Noise No No
Suitable Damp Location Yes Yes
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Recessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed

Recessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed

Recessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. Tested ok when i rigged a corded plug to them. But when wiring in place using 14 or 12ga romex, the wiring is often too stiff and the springs on the light too weak. Weight/memory of the house wiring makes it difficult to get these to sit flush against the ceiling.Worse, the tiny screw that seals the junction box cover isn't captured, and requires a very small screwdriver. I'm not sure what engineer thought that it would be a good idea to be on top of a ladder installing ceiling lights and trying not to drop or lose this screw in the process of opening or closing the box lol.I opted to buy other led lights that have separate junction boxes instead. Sadly this 4" light cutout doesn't match most other 4" led lights, so I had to order and cut out for 5" led lights instead.Those worked much better.columbus mall,japan's largest assortment,max 40% offRecessed Lighting, Eneru 6 Pack 4Inch 5CCT Canless LED Recessed