Elco Lighting ET567W Track Lighting, Low Voltage Track Lighting Kit w/ 3-Cylinder Track Fixtures - White

Model: ET567W
Condition: New
Warranty: 2 Years
SKU: 406685
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Elco Lighting ET567W Halogen Track Lights

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The Elco Low Voltage Track Builders Kit with 3 Cylinder Heads - White (ET567W) provides great lighting for almost any room in your home or office! This low voltage complete track kit installs quickly and easily. Kit includes a 4-foot length of track, 3 Low Voltage Cylinder Head Fixtures, and a floating canopy. Takes three 50 watt MR16 bulbs (not included).

  • Kit includes: (3) Low Voltage Cylinder Head Fixtures, (1) 4 foot track, (1) floating canopy
  • 4 Foot Track and Floating Canopy
  • Metal Housing
  • 90 degree Vertical Movement of 358 Degree Rotation
  • Lamp: 50W MR16 12V
  • Transformer: 12V Low Voltage Electronic (Included)
  • Dimensions: Length: 3" | 2 1/4" Diameter | Max. Extension: 5"
  • Finish: White
  • Labels: U.L. or E.T.L. Listed
  • Lamp Not Included
This Elco Lighting Product Has a 2 Year Warranty
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Questions & Answers

Is there a difference between this light fixture and the ET528W (aside from this being kit)? Thank you.

by James R. on 03-24-2013

The only difference is the fact that one is a kit.

on 03-28-2013

Is the ET567W track lighting kit dimmable?

by Carl M. on 10-26-2012

Yes, by using a Magnetic low voltage dimmer, these lights can be dimmable.

Click here to view Magnetic Low Voltage Dimmers

on 10-26-2012
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