6 in. - 75 Watt Max. - New Construction Line Voltage Housing

For use in Insulated Ceilings - No Socket Bracket - 120 Volt - Halo H7ICTNB

6 in. - 75 Watt Max. - New Construction Line Voltage Housing

For use in Insulated Ceilings - No Socket Bracket - 120 Volt - Halo H7ICTNB


$8.17 ea
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HALO-H7ICTNB

The Halo H7ICTNB recessed housing unit is standard for both residential and commercial applications. Meant for use in insulated ceilings, this 6-inch housing unit operates at 120 volts and is constructed of aluminum for greater heat dissipation. A self-resetting thermal protector will deactivate the fixture if overheating occurs due to improper lamping. Use with socket supporting trims only.

Brochures & Spec Sheets

Specifications

Stock Code:HALO-H7ICTNB
Part No.:H7ICTNB
Voltage:120
Width:7.5 in.
Housing:Steel
Rating:Direct Contact with Insulation
Brand:Halo
UPC:066240060852
Length:10.5 in.
Depth:7.5 in.
Max. Ceiling Thickness:1.75 in.

Installation

Compatible with The Cree LR6 and LR6C Medium Base Modules. Click Here for GU24 Module Installation Instructions

The H7ICTNB features the GOT NAIL hanger bars with a preinstalled ready to use nail that easily penetrates regular lumber as well as engineered lumber, I-joists, and laminated veneer beams. The nail is regressed to prevent snagging and to ensure straight penetration. To accommodate tight joist spacing, the patented Pass-N-Thru feature allows tool-free shortening of bar hangers if necessary without having to remove them from the housing.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by IC rated, simple installation IC rating allows the housing to be installed into any ceiling with insulation. The self-resetting thermal protector is an added safety measure against overheating. This six-inch housing will hold most lamps and operates at 120 volts so no special step-down wiring is required before installation. This is designed for use with Halo LED modules so be sure to check for compatibility otherwise. As I’ve noticed, the thermal protector is common in new housings. May 5, 2014
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