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Halo Recessed Lighting Can, 6" Line Voltage Non-IC Shallow Housing - for Remodel

Halo H27RT

SKU: 166581
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Halo H27RT

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About The Halo H27RT 6" Line Voltage Remodel Shallow Non-IC Recessed Housing

 

The Halo H27RT 6" Line Voltage Remodel Shallow Non-IC Recessed Housing is designed to be used in remodels that have a shallow ceiling where two inch by six inch joist construction is being used.  The Halo H27RT 6" Line Voltage Remodel Shallow Non-IC Recessed Housing can be used with a large variety of trims that allow for a large number of different lighting effects with the use of just this one housing.  The Halo H27RT 6" Line Voltage Remodel Shallow Non-IC Recessed Housing is designed for use with non-insulated ceilings, but can also be used in insulated ceilings as long as the insulation is kept at least three inches away from every side of the fixture.



For use with 6" Line Voltage Recessed Trims in:
Black
Bronze
Brushed Nickel
Copper
White


Features:

• For use in shallow ceilings with 2 x 6 joist construction
• Can be installed from below the ceiling in remodel applications
• For use with 120V Incandescent lamps

Specifications:

• UL damp location listed
• UL feed through
• Width: 6-7/8" [175mm]
• Length: 13-1/4" [337mm]
• Height: 5" [127mm]

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