|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 4.6 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||RL460WH830PK|
|Color||Soft White (3000K)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
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Halo Recessed LED RL460WH830PK 4-Inch Retrofit Module and Trim, White, 80 CRI, 3000K
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|Style||80 CRI||90 CRI||Traditional||90 CRI|
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The lights get pretty hot while running, as you'll find if you need to pull one down.
The light they give is a great color; not so yellow as an incandescent, not so pale and dead as a daylight CFL.
But watch out if you plan to dim them: non-LED dimmers won't turn them on reliably below about 60%, though if you turn on at full and then dim, you'll be fine; and LED dimmers might not be compatible. I tried this with several revs of the Lutron C.L. Diva dimmer. The version assembled in St. Kitts wouldn't dim very low, even with the dimmer dial spun as far as I could. And the newer version assembled in China dims them way down, but there's an unsettling full-strength flash 90% of the time I flip the lights on, with both of the dimmers of this revision I tried.
So, these lights: excellent if you just plan to switch, not so hot if you want to dim.
They are on a Leviton 6674-P0W 150-Watt LED and CFL/600-Watt Incandescent Dimmer. They don't dim very much on this dimmer, however, I hadn't had time to play with the dimmer settings. They do dim as is, but maybe about 50%.
The lights are very bright and very white. They take some getting used to. I have 3 of them in the new office over my desk. They are great for the office and really light up the work area, but they are way too white to put them in the Home Theater or family rooms.
These lights do allow you to get the same amount of light from a 4" can as you would with a 65W incandescent in a 6" can.
If Copper Lighting made these exact same units with a more natural color temp, I'd but them for the all my can lights.
- Tested 2700K and 3000K lights in one of the bedrooms - 6 recess lights, 3 of each on each side of the room. The color of the walls, furniture, etc. seemed to be a little too yellowish/darker on the side with the 2700K bulbs (walls are painted linen white, furniture is mostly of the darker brown colors). The 3000K side seemed brighter and more comfortable. If I wanted the darker look, I could always dim the lights, but the brighter rooms seemed more lively and it seemed that the brighter lights would be better for my kids while they were reading or playing. This solidified my decision to replace the bulbs in my house to 3000K bulbs (was in the process of replacing from regular bulbs to LEDs). The whole family preferred the brighter rooms as I changed out each room.
- Purchased 4 of these for one of my daughter's room. Being the smallest bedroom in the house, we had 4" recess light fixtures instead of the 5" ones in the other rooms, and I preferred installing one of these kits over replacing the bulb for the smaller recess fixture. In fact, while unscrewing one of the bulbs, between the socket (or bulb screw part) being crooked or the glass part of the bulb not being installed securely during the manufacturing process, the glass separated from the screw part and I had to get pliers and carefully unscrew the light bulb base from the socket.
- Tried various 2700K and 3000K LEDS from both Home Depot and Lowes. Returned probably 80% of the bulbs I purchased for various reasons.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great price and they easily replaced old cans without a lot of trouble.Published 3 months ago by Sue Ender
the part # changed and they are not the same I am still trying to fit themPublished 4 months ago by William R. Kite
I think we used about 24 of these. No clunkers. Great color/illumination. Dimming works great.Published 5 months ago by Richard Charles
Used as retrofit bathroom light. Good light color (claimed to be 3000 degrees) for the bathroom. This lamp seems to render colors better than fluorescent bulbs. Read morePublished 17 months ago by M. Thuot
Put it on an LED dimmer and it buzzed at all light levels.Published 23 months ago by Gary Steinhardt