Contractor Series II 24-in LED Direct Wire Under Cabinet Light - Gloss White

This LED direct wire under cabinet light is a contractor-friendly design, making wiring easy with a bigger wiring compartment. It is made of metal construction with a frosted diffuser and is linkable with included 18-in linking cord. It has Bright White color temperature with a bright light output perfect for cooking or task lighting. Dimmable down to 15% brightness using most Triac wall dimmers to your preference. Count on long-life LED lights that have a lamp life of 50,000 hours.

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Fixture Material Stamped Metal Housing
Fixture Color Gloss White
Glass/Lens Type Frosted
Mounting Screw Mount
Safety Rated Damp Location
Safety Listing ETL
Energy Star Yes
Light Included Yes
Light Source LED
LED Qty 84
Color Temperature 3000K
Color-Changing Temperature No
Color Rendering Index (CRI) 85.5
Rated LED Life 50,000 hours
Lumens 1050
Dimmable Yes
Dimming Type Triac Wall Dimmer
Input Voltage 120V, 60Hz
Input Wattage 11.81
Battery Included No
Command Strips® from 3M No
Power Cord None - Direct Wire
Linkable Yes
Connector Cord 18-inch 3-conductor cord
Power Switch On/Off Rocker Switch
Power Source Direct Wire
Warranty 6-Year Limited Warranty
Fixture Size 24 in
Fixture Dimensions (inches) 24 x 3.5 x 1.13
Fixture Weight (lbs) 1.9
Includes Remote No
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Customer Questions
I am looking for either a longer linkable cable (36”) or a coupler to connect two of the 18” linkable cables.
The 36" linking cord (item #ZP-UCDW-LINK-36) is available at Green Electrical Supply.
Are there 12" linkable cables available for this unit?
The smallest linking cord available for this fixture is 18 inches.
Once I attach my electric supply line wires (black, white, and ground) to the corresponding fixture connectors how would I disconnect them, making them ready to use again, if I needed to?
If you use the quick connectors you will need to clip them off and reconnect with wire nuts.
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