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LED Lights for Recessed and Enclosed Fixtures
I have a few fixtures - recessed and enclosed wall lights that need bulbs. Can someone please call me to discuss the options and pros/cons of your models?
While the majority of our products are unfortunately incompatible with fully enclosed fixtures, you may alternatively be interested in our 2700K and 3000K Ultra High 95 CRI A19 5W LED Filament Bulbs. These products are compatible with both enclosed fixtures as well as damp installation areas such as powder rooms.
What about your BR30? Can I use this in a recessed can? How does the flicker rate of the BR30 compare to your centric models? For the A21, I read it’s not dimmable. If the switch has a dimmer, can I try it in the fixture or not at all? Wasn’t sure if it wouldn’t dim or if would damage the bulb.
While our BR30 lights are available and commonly used for recessed lighting, these lights are unfortunately incompatible with fully enclosed light fixtures. As such, they may not be the right match for your installation.
So long as the dimming function is not utilized, and so long as the output is set to 100%, we would not expect the A21 bulbs to encounter issues while operating within a fixture containing a dimmer. That being said, please note that activating the dimmer during operation would likely cause damage to the bulbs.
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