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Line Voltage Recessed Lights

Recessed lights are classified as either line voltage or low voltage fixtures; each has characteristics unique to its application. Line voltage recessed lights operate on the line voltage of a home or office, e.g., 120 volts, so it consumes more electricity than a low voltage fixture. Most traditional lighting fixtures such as chandeliers or sconces use line voltage. While line voltage fixtures tend to be more expensive to operate than their low voltage counterparts, the upfront cost is usually less. More importantly for recessed lighting applications, choices are essentially limited to using either flood or spot lights or thus the fixtures most readily available are 6- and 5- inch cans. Note that if tungsten filament incandescent lamps are used with low voltage fixtures, the fixture will not be much more energy efficient than a line voltage luminaire. Destination Lighting has a huge selection of line voltage recessed lighting kits, trim, can lights and accessories available, including retrofit modules. Some kits are available in case packs of up to six cans for your convenience and economy. Made by trusted manufacturers such as Cree, American Lighting, Juno, Sea Gull and many others, you'll find kits and accessories in contemporary/modern, traditional and transitional styles. Choose from finishes ranging from metallic tones like bronze/brown, stainless, satin nickel/satin chrome and pewter to more vibrant colors like red, purple, pink and of course black, blue and white. Many are bulb dimmable, ADA compliant and some are Energy Star rated. You'll also find fixtures and trims suitable for use in the wet/damp locations of shower rooms or under house eaves.