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Halo 993P Recessed Lighting Trim, 4" Line Voltage Coilex Baffle Trim - White with Black Baffle
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When it comes to general lighting for your home, no fixture is easier to install, more effective or more affordable than the Halo 993p 4" Line Voltage Coilex Baffle Trim w/ Black Baffle. This industry standard from Halo combines practical design with exceptional performance to bring you lighting like your home has never experienced. Whether you’re lighting your living room or your kitchen, bathroom or bedroom, you’ll be amazed at the perfection that the Halo 993p has to offer.
This fixture supports a variety of Halo housings including the H99ICAT, H99RT, H99T, H99TAT, H470ICAT, & H470RICAT units. It is also compatible with several different bulb types and can be paired with any of the following for everything from a soft glow to an exuberant shine:40W R16, 30W R20, 50W R20, 35W PAR20, 50W PAR20, & 13W Triple Twin Tube 4-pin CFL bulbs.
Best of all, this fixture comes with Halo’s Coilex precision baffle system. This ensures that your fixture is operating at the best possible efficiency at all times, guaranteeing the perfect lighting solution for your living spaces. Three cat’s paw springs are used to secure the trim to the housing.
- Die cast trim ring with Coilex® precision baffle
- For general lighting
- Trim Finish: White
- Baffle: Black
- Height: 2 9/16" (65mm)
- Outer Diameter: 5 1/16"(129mm)
- Fits Housings: H99ICAT, H99RT, H99T, H99TAT, H470ICAT, & H470RICAT
- Lamp Type: 40W R16, 30W R20, 50W R20, 35W PAR20, 50W PAR20, & 13W Triple Twin Tube 4-pin CFL
- Please Note: A H1999 Socket Extender is required when using a 50W PAR20 or a 50W R20 light bulb.
- Listing: UL
- One (1) year through the manufacturer
- Customer Reviews
Black Coilex Baffles are interesting. When you use a black interior, you don't see the hot spot in the ceiling as much as with white trims. So when the lights are on, they look better. With white interiors, they look better when the lights are off, because they blend in with the ceiling. Generally we use white trims, but on occasion, we find it appropriate to use the black. Halo trims are always the best. Worth every extra dollar you pay for them.
on 03-13-2016 by Glenn
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