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Luna Step Light

SKU: 349596P
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$77.44

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Luna Step Light

Product Highlights

  • Make outdoor stairs easier to navigate in the dark
  • Solid aluminum alloy in black, white, or bronze
  • Dimmable LED light is wet rated for outdoors
  • No visible mounting hardware for a clean look
  • 12V light is hard wired; you'll need a transformer
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Product Details

Color Black
Length 4.5 inches
Material Aluminum alloy
What Is Included 1 step light
Width
Height 3 inches
Weight 0.7 lb
Brand Deckorators
Country of Origin
Vendor Ship Profile expected to ship within 5-7 business days
Warranty
Lighting Source 12V LED - Dimmable
Battery Needed
Can Be Used With

Product Overview

Your outdoor stairs are easier to see in the dark when you install these stylish LED step lights. They're a perfect solution when your stairs are too shady for solar lights.

These subtle-yet-sleek lights are part of the Deckorators® by Hinkley outdoor lighting collection. Team them with our outdoor sconces and Luna post cap lights for a cohesive look.

Step lights should be mounted on stair risers. Mounting hardware is hidden behind the decorative aluminum alloy face plate. For outdoor use only.

Installation instructions: can be found here.

Technical details:

  • 3.8 watts
  • 200 lumens
  • 20W incandescent equivalent
  • 2700 color warmth
  • ETL listed, wet rated for outdoor use with or without gang box

TRANSFORMER REQUIRED. These low-voltage lights cannot be hooked up to an ordinary electrical outlet. They’ll need to be connected to a transformer to reduce 120-volt household electricity to a safe 12-volt current. You will need a 12V AC system or a 9-15V DC system if you’re using a remote or dimmer.

WHICH SIZE TRANSFORMER WILL I NEED?

You will need a transformer that exceeds the total wattage of the lights you are tying together. You should aim for the total wattage to be about 60% capacity of the transformer. To figure out the total wattage, add up the wattage of each fixture being used.

For example, if you’re using 10 lights rated at 1.5 watts each, your system’s total wattage is 15 watts. You’ll want a transformer with a load of 25 watts—60% of 25 = 15. If you have questions, our customer service team can assist.

Do not connect to extension cords.

Low-voltage cable and cable connectors can be buried no more than 6 inches deep.

See installation instructions for details.

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