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TORCHSTAR 17W 6inch Dimmable LED Retrofit Recessed Downlight, LUTRON Caseta Dimmer Compatible, ENERGY STAR & UL Listed 17W (120W Equiva.) LED Ceiling Light - 2700K Warm White/5000K Daylight

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Uses 85% less electricity comparing to traditional light source, only 17W to replace 120W halogen BR and PAR bulbs


Fit in 6inch recessed housings, ideal for new construction or remodel in both residential and commercial lighting


Instant on to full brightness of 1200 lumens, and smooth dimming with no buzzing or flickering, compatible with most LED dimmers


Ture color appearance with CRI over 85, 5000K daylight and 2700K warm white for your options


UL classified and rated for use in damp locations to avoid accident, ENERGY STAR certified top notch quality

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Description

This 17W recessed LED light is designed with 2700 Kevin color temperature and wide beam which providessoft ambient light. It is perfect for general indoor lighting in office, study, living room, kitchen,dining room, display case, under cabinet, etc. With 1200 lumen brightness, it outperforms most similar 6inch recessed lights in current market.

The ENERGY STAR qualification ensures incredible energy-saving performance. It is an ideal replacement kit for your old 120W halogen light with an estimated yearly cost of 2.29 dollars (based on 3hrs/day, 11¢/kWh, cost may vary depending on rates and use). Halogen bulbs emit a lot of heat and use a lot more energy than standard lighting.Swapping them with a more energy-efficient LED bulb will help you convert your house to a “greener” lighting system instantly. This product comes with an Edison screw base adapter and self-retained spring clips, which makes the conversion extremely easy. No other tools or components are needed.

Meeting all standards UL sets for LED lighting, this product will deliver incredible performance you can count on for ages. Electric wires are all hidden behind the ceiling and won’t wear off after years of heavy use.

Electric consumption of 17W LED light: 17W × 3Hrs × 365=18.6Kwh; 
Electric consumption of 120W halogen light: 120W× 3Hrs × 365=131.4Kwh 
Yearly cost of 17W LED light: 18.6 Kwh x 11¢=204¢ 
Yearly cost of 120W halogen light: 131.4Kwh x 11¢=1445¢

It also features a smooth, dimming function with a wide dimming range of 100%-10% that is compatible with most available LED dimmers, please check your dimmer model below if you’re using traditional NON-LED dimmers.

LUTRON: PD-6WCL-BL, PD-6WCL-IV, PD-6WCL-LA, PD-6WCL-WH

Cutting size: 
Diameter: 163mm/6.42inch 
Height: 185mm/7.29inch 
Lamp size: 
Outer diameter: 185mm/7.29inch 
Inner diameter: 140mm/5.51inch 
Height: 97.5mm/3.84inch 

Specifications

UPC 616320519124;616320519483
SKU TS065
Warranty five years
Diameter 6''
Wattage 17W
Certification UL-classified, Energy Star
Equivalent 120W
Input Voltage 120V
Color Temperature 2700K, 5000K
Lumens 1200LM
CRI 85
Beam Angle 120 degree
Finish white
Lens Type clear
Quantity of LEDs No
Certification

Quick Overview

Uses 85% less electricity comparing to traditional light source, only 17W to replace 120W halogen BR and PAR bulbs


Fit in 6inch recessed housings, ideal for new construction or remodel in both residential and commercial lighting


Instant on to full brightness of 1200 lumens, and smooth dimming with no buzzing or flickering, compatible with most LED dimmers


Ture color appearance with CRI over 85, 5000K daylight and 2700K warm white for your options


UL classified and rated for use in damp locations to avoid accident, ENERGY STAR certified top notch quality

Customer Reviews

Excellent Lights
Review by accel1 on 6/17/2015
Price
Value
Quality
Easy install, took 30 minutes top to install 7, the warn LED lights are an excellent choice, I prefer warm oppose to daylight, daylight should be outdoors. They look great, shine very bright, and dim very low with the correct dimmer.

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Customer Questions & Answers:

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  • Posted by Torchstar Admin on Saturday, March 26, 2016

    Please contact our customer service for getting a list of compatible dimmers for the lighting fixture. 

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  • Posted by Torchstar Admin on Monday, December 14, 2015

    Please contact customer service regarding any defective issue. Thanks!

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  • Posted by Torchstar Admin on Friday, April 10, 2015

    The noise is very likely to be the power-line noise that can interfere with radio communications and broadcasting. Essentially, the power-lines or associated hardware improperly generate unwanted radio signals that override or compete with desired radio signals. Many electrical devices, such as electrical motors, tools and appliances, can cause interference. The types of interference differ greatly from one electrical device to another. At this moment, if we comfirm that it is the power-line noise issue, you will have to replace the recessed light with something else since the issue is non-fixable. We suggest you to follow the steps below to determine if the source is in the home:

    All steps should be performed while interference is active:

    1. Go to the main breaker panel or fuse box in the home. Verify the presence of the noise with the battery-powered radio. (Be sure to have your flashlight ready in case the lights go out.)
    2. If the noise is present and is the same as the interference, shut off all power to the premises by turning off the MAIN circuit breaker or pulling the MAIN fuses. An alternate method is to place the radio next to the meter and, if the noise is present, pull the meter. If the noise on the AM radio stops while the power is off, the source of the interference is within the residence. If the noise continues, you can assume it is coming from a point external to the customer's home.
    Restore the main circuit breaker or fuses or meter.
    3. If the noise stopped while the power was off, you can locate the circuit supplying the power to the noise source. While monitoring the battery powered AM radio as before, and with the noise present, turn off and on the individual circuit breakers one at a time until the noise stops. Leave off the breaker that stops the noise.
    4. You must now determine what is on the circuit by going from room to room, if necessary, checking outlets, appliances, and lights for the absence of electricity. The offending noise will be something on this circuit. Turn the breaker back on and wait for the noise to return.
    5. With the noise back on and using the AM radio to monitor it, return to the area of the noisy circuit and unplug everything on this circuit one at a time until the offending device is found.

    Please email us your test result so we can assist you better. Thank you!

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