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Non-IC-Rated Recessed Lighting Fixtures

 
1100 Lumens - 6 in. Retrofit LED Downlight - 15W - 75W Equal - 5000 Kelvin - Stepped Baffle Trim - Dimmable - 120-277V


PLT-20104

6 in. Retrofit LED Downlight - 15W
75W Equal - 1100 Lumens - 5000 Kelvin - Stepped Baffle Trim - 120V
  • Life Hours: 50,000
  • Outside Diameter: 7.3 in.
  • Inside Diameter: 5.5 in.

  • Height: 4.69 in.
  • Warranty: 5 Years
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$22.46 ea.

PLT-20104

1000 Lumens - 6 in. Retrofit LED Downlight - 15W - 75W Equal - 3000 Kelvin - Stepped Baffle Trim - Dimmable - 120-277V


PLT-20103

6 in. Retrofit LED Downlight - 15W
75W Equal - 1000 Lumens - 3000 Kelvin - Stepped Baffle Trim - 120V
  • Life Hours: 50,000
  • Outside Diameter: 7.3 in.
  • Inside Diameter: 5.5 in.

  • Height: 4.69 in.
  • Warranty: 5 Years
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$22.46 ea.

PLT-20103

3 in. LED Downlight - 7 Watt - 45 Watt Equal - Halogen Match - 450 Lumens - 3000 Kelvin - 93 CRI - Smooth Baffle Trim - 120V - Lithonia LK3BMW LED M4


LITH-0337

$48.11 ea.

LITH-0337

What Is IC-Rating for Recessed Lights?

The light inside a recessed light fixture generates heat when turned on. This can make the exterior of the housing inside the ceiling very hot and create a fire hazard if the ceiling insulation touches the heated metal. IC-rated recessed lighting has extra protection and superior heat distribution to prevent the outside of the housing to get too hot, making it safe for insulated ceilings. Non-IC rated downlights require a 3 inch gap between the metal housing and the insulation because it doesn't have the same heat distribution properties as IC-rated fixtures. While IC-rated fixtures are primarily used for new construction, Non-IC rated fixtures are popular for remodels.

These LED downlights come in a variety of sizes, marked by the diameter of the can housing. The most common sizes are 4-inch and 6-inch. If buying for a remodel, make sure to measure the diameter of the hole or fixture being replaced before purchasing to ensure you're getting the size you need.