110 Volt Halogen Canister Lights-Master Lights

Wire up to six lights in a series. Mounting bracket eliminates the need to drive screws through the decorative ring and allows installation in cabinet panels of different thicknesses.Plugs directly into household current without low voltage transformer. Wire up to six lights together with a master and five dependants. The master has a 10 foot cord, roller switch, conventional electrical plug and UL listed T-plug. Dependants have T-plugs on both ends of 24" long cords--an Underwriters Laboratory requirement for lights wired in series. 50 watt bulb included. Fixed beam.Mounting Bracket eliminates the need to drive screws through the decorative ring and allows installation in cabinet panels of different thickness.Top must be open to permit air circulation.4-1/2" overall height.

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