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Cree Lighting 6 Inch Remodel Housing -Open Box

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The RR6 6 inch Remodel Housing from Cree Lighting is a recessed housing for retrofit designed to accommodate all 6 inch downlights from Cree LED Lighting. It is rated for use with the LR6 and CR6 families, ensuring the benefits of the low energy consumption are realized in the calculation of energy density for energy code compliance and LEED certification. The RR6 is IC rated, airtight, inherently protected and California Title-24 compliant when ordered with the GU24 socket.

Features:

  • Accommodates ceiling thickness from 1/4" to 1 1/4".
  • Suitable for insulated or non-insulated ceilings.
  • Air tight rated - tested in accordance with ASTM E283.
  • Gasket on bottom of housing for seal between housing and ceiling material.

Material(s): Aluminum

Dimensions: 6.6" D X 12.5" L X 7.5" H

Lamp Type: LED

Listing: UL, CUL, TITLE 24, ENERGY STAR, DAMP LOCATION

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It is easy being green. Cree lighting uses 85% less energy than conventional incandescent bulbs and less than half the energy of compact fluorescent lamps. Consuming less energy results in fewer greenhouse gas emissions being released into our environment.

Also, because each Cree lighting is designed to last for 50,000 or more hours, there is less landfill waste from burned-out incandescent bulbs and no dangerous mercury waste from fluorescent's.

With Cree Lighting, there is no compromise. You can have safe, affordable, beautiful lighting that makes a positive difference.

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Naturally, I bought these to use with CREE LR6 recessed fixtures. These open box units have the Edison socket. Some had a little dust on them but for the most part good as new. It comes with a paper template to cut around, so I just adjust my hole cutter to size, insert the can, and then lock the clips that clamp down against drywall. The connectors in the wiring box are convenient in that you just need to strip the wire and insert it into the connector and you're good to go. Be sure to insert the wire through a hole in the box first before inserting into the connector because it locks it in tight.

By:Andrew T. , Homeowner (Atlanta, GA USA)


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