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LED Downlights - Non-IC Rated - 6 Inch

 
6 in. Retrofit LED Downlight - 15W
75W Equal - 1100 Lumens - 5000 Kelvin - Stepped Baffle Trim - 120V
  • Brand: PLT
  • MPN (Part No.): PLT-20104
  • Dimmable: Yes
  • Color Temperature: 5000 Kelvin
  • Wattage: 15 Watt
  • Incandescent Equal: 75 Watt

  • Lumens: 1,100
  • Voltage: 120, 208, 240, 277
  • Baffle Type: Stepped
  • Base Type: Hard Wire
  • Outside Diameter: 7.3 in.
  • Inside Diameter: 5.5 in.
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$19.31 ea.

PLT-20104

6 in. Retrofit LED Downlight - 15W
75W Equal - 1000 Lumens - 3000 Kelvin - Stepped Baffle Trim - 120V
  • Brand: PLT
  • MPN (Part No.): PLT-20103
  • Dimmable: Yes
  • Color Temperature: 3000 Kelvin
  • Wattage: 15 Watt
  • Incandescent Equal: 75 Watt

  • Lumens: 1,000
  • Voltage: 120, 208, 240, 277
  • Baffle Type: Stepped
  • Base Type: Hard Wire
  • Outside Diameter: 7.3 in.
  • Inside Diameter: 5.5 in.
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$19.31 ea.

PLT-20103

Non-IC Rated Recessed Lights

In homes, 4-inch and 6-inch can lights are the most common sizes. If replacing an existing fixture, measure the diameter of the hole before making a purchase. While IC rated downlights are more likely to be used in new construction, remodels are more likely to use Non-IC rated recessed lighting, like these 6-inch LED downlights. IC rated fixtures, rated for insulated ceilings, use a special housing which allows insulation to touch the back of the metal housing. When installing Non-IC rated fixtures, here needs to be a 3 inch gap between the fixture and the ceiling insulation. Without proper heat dissipation, the heat generated by the lamps may ignite surrounding material, which is why the gap is required. If you want to be able to have insulation flush against the fixture, consider the 6-inch IC rated LED downlights instead.

Understanding Watt Equal and Color Temperature

Our LED downlights are divided out by wattage. A 150W equal LED downlight that only uses 35 watts is comparable to a 150 watt incandescent. This helps you know which LED downlights will best replace your current incandescents. These fixtures include the LED, housing, and trim. Depending on the wattage, you may also find different color temperatures available. The lower the number Kelvin (K), the more yellow the light. Traditional incandescents range from 2400K-3000K, so any LEDs in this range will most closely match. Higher Kelvin numbers will be more blue, or stark white in comparison.