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
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 (1) 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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