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Halo H47ICAT, 6" Housing Slope Ceiling IC Air-Tite 120V Line Voltage

by Halo

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Halo H47ICAT, 6" Housing Slope Ceiling IC Air-Tite 120V Line Voltage + Halo 498W, 6" Trim Baffle - Slope Ceiling Trim White Trim with White Coilex Baffle + Halo H7ICAT, 6" Housing IC Air-Tite 120V Line Voltage Incandescent
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number H47ICAT
Item Weight4.2 pounds
Product Dimensions11.9 x 18.8 x 8.4 inches
OriginMexico
Item model numberH47ICAT
ColorSilver
StyleModern
FinishPainted
MaterialMetal
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description2 yr Product Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000JFKV14
Best Sellers Rank #40,197 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableSeptember 13, 2006
  
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Product Description

Product Description

One of the biggest culprits of a high energy bill can be inefficient lighting fixtures that allow air to escape through unsecured installation sockets. The Halo H47ICAT 6" Line Voltage Slope Ceiling IC Rated AIRTITE Recessed Housing eliminates this wasted expense by proving to be 100 airtight throughout the life of its installation, making it one of the most reliable fixtures in the industry today.Retrofit your home with the Halo H47ICAT to replace old, worn out installations that allow free flowing air to escape from your temperature controlled rooms into unregulated, outside airflows. Designed for sloped installation in your homersquo;s ceiling, the Halo H47ICAT also sports the ability to keep your light focused straight down, regardless of the ceiling pitch.Whatrsquo;s more, this fixture is perfect for do it yourselfers. Its special junction box allows wiring connections to be made outside of the box, for quick and easy installations. Plus, this unit comes backed by a firm one year manufacturerrsquo;s warranty, giving you peace of mind.

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Halo's H47ICAT is designed for situations where you want to install a lighting solution with a larger (six inches) aperture in a sloped ceiling. The housing may be installed in ceilings with pitches from 2/12 to 6/12. Conveniently, the lamp can be directed straight down regardless of the pitch of the ceiling thanks to the socket aiming mechanism. This model gives you the added bonus of air-tight construction, preventing heat loss to the attic via the housing.

Like most of Halo's recessed lighting fixtures, the H47ICAT are designed for ease of installation and flexibility across a variety of materials and situations. The hanger bars include pre-installed nails (self-tapping screws are also available) in special housings that ensure smooth, straight penetration, whether you're working with laminated composites, engineered I-joists, open-web joist plates, or even frozen lumber. The automatic leveling flanges allow you to hold the housing securely in place with one hand while driving nails with the other. The housing also includes integral T-bar clips for use with suspended ceiling T-grid systems.

Halo also makes it easy to work in confined spaces. To install in joist spans of less than 12 inches, simply collapse the hanger bars then bend and break them along the score lines--no tools needed. The bars can also be removed and repositioned on the opposite side of the frame if you need to mount the unit at 90 degrees to the original configuration. Wiring is a breeze with Halo's patented Slide-N-Side wiring system, which allows wiring outside the junction box.

Available with a variety of trim options (sold separately). UL listed for damp location, feed through, and direct contact with insulation and combustible material; CSA certified.--Josh Dettweiler

What's in the Box
Six-inch-aperture housing

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By mtnplaces on April 30, 2012
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I just purchased and installed 24 Halo H47ICAT cans for sloped ceilings in a house I'm building. They're certainly easy to nail to the rafters. However, before you install them, plan to spend 15 to 60 minutes per can to repair them and prepare them for installation. Because of the flimsy metal, poor packaging (these were shipped in their original boxes), and outrageously poor assembly, every unit needed to be repaired. The nailing flanges and mounting rails on every unit needed to be bent back to the original shape and reworked so that the units would slide smoothly on the the mounting rails. Even then, the rails kept jumping out of the tabs after they were nailed to the rafters and the unit was slid along the rails into position. On a third of the units, some of the tabs that held the outer round can to the flat bottom metal were not fastened so that the unit basically pulled apart. To fix these cans, I had to disassemble the entire unit and reattach the outer can to the base. In one instance I had to drill extra holes because the screw holes no longer lined up. To fasten the cans so that they don't move along the rails once installed, don't bother with the screw provided for this purpose. Half of these screws were improperly angled and did no good whatsoever. Some of the units were missing the screws that were
supposed to help secure the mechanism that holds the light bulb. While you're getting replacement screws, get extra materials to repair the foam insulation on the bottom of the unit. This was damaged on a third of the units. Also, the material used to make the units airtight was improperly installed on several units so that the material didn't cover the air gap. I'm fearful that the electrical components are of the same poor quality and that these units are a potential fire hazard. So, I plan to build forms around them and not let them come into contact with insulation. My recommendation is to never but anything from Cooper Lighting, the makers of Halo.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rick Jones on December 10, 2013
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I ordered four housings, they were shipped in two separate boxes, not really a problem for me. Every item had some sort of minor damage. I also believe the total cost was more than I was told initially. That's right, this purchase was supposed to be free shipping. I was charged shipping, but I'm so accustomed to corporations screwing the consumer at every turn I overlooked it this time. If some fat CEO thinks he needs 20 dollars more than me he can have it, the greedy SOB!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richard P Polcar on June 15, 2013
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I did have to straighten out a few bent tabs and the overtemp sensor wasn't in it's clip right. But after few adjustments, it's a quality fixture. Make sure you center the light with the hole in the ceiling before you nail it in as it tends to slip down to the bottom of the hole - then the trim piece won't cover the entire hole.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James Z on April 6, 2013
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I will admit the housing is a little pricey, but the housing is high quality. The brand (HALO) is sold everywhere. It arrived in good shape and was packaged well. The angle of the lamp inside the housing is adjustable and housing is air tight. You get what you pay for.
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