Halo 5054PS Recessed Lighting Trim, 5" Line Voltage Dome Lens Shower Trim - White with Frosted Lens

Brand: Halo
Model: 5054PS
Condition: New
Warranty: 1 Year
SKU: 166532
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Halo 5054PS Recessed Lighting Trims

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The Halo 5" Line Voltage Shower Trim with Frosted Dome Lens - White is suitable for your new or existing recessed lighting installation, and is perfect to add the final detail to your recessed lighting. Recessed trims can make a huge impact on the overall look of your ceiling. This 5-Inch trim piece, with a White finish, will look great For 120V Housing, and will match your existing interior design. Please contact us if you have any questions about adding this trim to your existing lighting installation, our staff can assist you to make sure you order the correct trims for your housings. For use with 5" Line Voltage Recessed Housings: H5TH5RT

  • Frosted glass dome shower light
  • Wet location listed
  • Non conductive, non corrosive polymer trim
  • Trim Finish: White
  • Dome: Frosted
  • Outer Diameter: 6 3/8"(162mm)
  • Fits Housings: H5T, H5RT
  • Lamp Type: 75W A19/PAR30
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Questions & Answers

I need a housing for this Halo recessed lighting trim that is damp rated.

by Arlene B. on 06-08-2014

The Halo H5RT is the housing that would match this trim and it is UL damp location rated. It can be found here on our website:http://www.westsidewholesale.com/halo-h5rt.html

on 06-09-2014

On the 5054ps what do you mean by line voltage in the description? I assume it means that the bulb with the holder is fastened in this trim.

by Paul G. on 01-04-2013

Line voltage means that it’s running on the line voltage of the home without a transformer, which is 120 volts. Most of the house hold lamps, ceiling fixtures are line voltage. If the product calls for a low voltage it means the fixture will have a transformer to reduced from 120 volts down to 12 volts.

on 10-15-2013
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