Juno Lighting R25-WH Adjustable Track Connector - White

Model: R25-WH
Condition: New
Warranty: 1 Year
SKU: 226010
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Juno Lighting R25-WH Track Lighting Connectors

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About the Juno Lighting R25-WH Adjustable Track Connector – White

Installing track lighting in your home or business can be quite the process. If you’re going the white route, don’t forget to purchase the Juno Lighting Adjustable Track Connector – White. The Juno Lighting R25-WH requires a cover plate (Model T27) for proper installation, but is essentially a “T” connector for use with any outlet box feed.

The “T” design of the Juno Lighting R25-WH makes it possible to join three different pieces of tracking together at one intersection, and it makes the process simple. Just snap and go! Voltage for the Juno Lighting R25-WH is 120 and amperage is 20. In the event that something goes wrong, this connector will arrive at your door with a one-year warranty through the manufacturer, so there’s no need to worry! If you’re looking for a touch of design style when it comes to lighting in your home or business, try the Juno Lighting R25-WH today! 

Additional Information:
Features
  • Joins three trac sections
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 4 1/8" L x 2 3/4" W
  • Amperage: 20A
  • Voltage: 120V, 60Hz
  • Finish: White
  • UL Listed
Warranty
One Year Through Manufacturer
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Questions & Answers

Why is this product so much more expensive than Elco EP805W and is the cover plate something special to this item? THANKS

by Birne W. on 06-06-2012

The Juno Lighting R25-WH is a UL Listed part which allows for installations meeting specific building codes. As a result, higher grade materials are used to provide added safety in the advent of electrical malfunction. 

on 06-06-2012
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