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ELEMENT - 4 Inch LED Adjustable Housing

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Price: $574.00

ELEMENT - 4 Inch LED Adjustable Housing


Availability: In Stock models ship within 3-5 days.

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2. Ceiling Appearance:

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5. Function: A- Adjustable

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Material(s): Steel

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ELEMENT - 4 Inch LED Adjustable/Downlight Trim

ELEMENT - 4 Inch LED Adjustable/Downlight Trim


Availability: In Stock models ship within 3-5 days.

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Material(s): Aluminum

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The 4" LED Adjustable Housing from the ELEMENT Recessed Lighting Collection by TECH Lighting is offered with a 32 watt small aperture replaceable LED module. Constructed of heavy gauge cold rolled steel and die cast plaster plate (flangeless only) with durable matte black powder coat finish to maintain a dark aperture.

Available in Airtight IC and Non-IC (see options below). Includes integral junction box approved for branch circuit through wiring. Dimmable with ELV or incandescent dimmer to 2-15 percent (typical) depending on dimmer.

Installation Note: Flangless trim units include die cast plaster plate with no-fill collar that installs after the ceiling to prevent cracking by unifying the plate, ceiling and housing. Plaster plate is to be mudded over directly up to the aperture for a seamless appearance.


  • Available with six interchangeable optics: 18°, 25°, and 40° beam angles offered for Citizen lamping only and 21°, 43° and 60° beam angles offered for Xicato/Lumenetix lamping only.
  • For use with Downlight or Adjustable trims.

Lamping options:

  • Citizen Hi-Output LED Module with 2700K, 3000K or 3500K color temperature and 1728 lumens of output at 32 watts.
  • Xicato LED Module with 2700K, 3000K or 3500K color temperature and 1300 lumens of output at 27 watts.
  • Xicato Artist Series with 3000K color temperature, 95+ CRI and 950 lumens of output at 27 watts.
  • Lumenetix Warm Color Dimming LED module with color temperature that warms as it dims (3000K-1800K), 90 CRI and 750 lumens of output at 24 watts.
  • Lumenetix Programmable White LED module with configurable color temperature (4000K-1600K), 90 CRI and 750 lumens of output at 27 watts (not compatible with IC Airtight housings).

Material(s): Steel


  • Non-IC: 20" L X 13.75" W X 5.2" H
  • IC: 20" L X 13.75" W X 7" H

Lamp Type: LED


  • Citizen Hi-Output: 1 X 32W LED Array 2700K/3000K/3500K, 1728 lumens, 85 CRI (included)
  • Xicato: 1 X 27W LED Array 2700K/3000K/3500K, 1300 lumens, 80 CRI (included)
  • Xicato Artist Series: 1 X 27W LED Array 3000K, 950 lumens, 95 CRI (included)
  • Lumenetix Warm Color Dimming: 1 X 24W LED Array 3000K-1800K (warm dim), 750 lumens, 90 CRI (included)
  • Lumenetix Programmable White: 1 X 27W LED Array 4000K-1600K, 750 lumens, 90 CRI (included)


Manufacturer Specifications: Specifications Sheet 1, Specifications Sheet 2

Model(s): e4rf-lh2718an e4rl-lhlh3025ai e4sf-lh3040an e4sl-xi2721an e4sf-lxwd43ai-277 e4rf-lxpd60an-277

TECH Lighting

TECH Lighting is North America's premier designer of low-voltage lighting systems and modern decorative lighting fixtures. Innovative original designs and an uncompromising attention to detail make these products a great solution for residential and commercial applications.

What began as a Chicago lighting showroom in 1983 has evolved into an industry-leading manufacturer with broad recognition for their architectural lighting systems and ELEMENT line of smartly engineered recessed lights. Over the years, TECH Lighting became famous for its low-voltage track lighting systems, such as MonoRail, and Kable Lite.

This tradition of excellence continues with the introduction of T-trak, winner of the Lightfair 2003 Design Excellence Award for most innovative new product. T-trak is the first-ever hand-bendable, line-voltage track lighting system. This revolutionary system features a sleek metal track that can be curved in the field to form practically any shape, while simultaneously providing powerful and versatile illumination options.

These systems are complemented by a wide range of pendants, wall sconces, bath lighting, chandeliers, ceiling fixtures, picture lights, and more. TECH Lighting and their commitment to innovation, design and craftsmanship is evident in every component, from their rail and cable, to signature glass, to the smallest hardware detailing.

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What does non ic airtight mean when they are describing the element 4 light

Asked by: vals
Hey there! "IC" is short for insulation contact or the fixture can have direct contact with insulation with out posing a fire hazard. Non-IC (no insulation contact) requires a minimum of 3 inches of clearance between the fixture any insulation in the space. IC is most commonly used in residential construction as people typically have insulation throughout, and Non-IC is typically used in commercial applications where minimal to no insulation is used. Air Tight ratings on recessed lighting refers to the housing being airtight and prevent air from escaping through the light fixture into the ceiling/attic. It is designed to help keep your heating and cooling in the house/area it is intended for and save money on your energy bill. The purpose of NON-IC is to help compensate for construction that may not have insulation in the ceiling/attic. It cannot have insulation up against the housing. It is always best to consult with your local building codes or a reputable contractor in your area who can advise which is needed for your building if you are unsure. Our Knowledgeable Product Specialists are happy to assist too. Feel free to give us a call anytime at 866.842.6209 to speak to a Product Specialist directly, and we are more than happy to go over some options with you! Stephanie, YLighting Team
Answered by: Steph P
Date published: 2015-09-30

do you have to wire specific for dimmable lighting

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