It is just what you would think, with room for a power feed on the "bottom". With a bit of DIY, you can also use it as a series switch so you can disconnect the "far end" of a track from the "near end", thus adding a bit of lighting-control.
By:Bob A. , Homeowner (Sanose CA)
It.s exactly as it looks, with a hole for a power feed on the "bottom". Also, with a little DIY, it can be a in-line series switch, allowing you to turn off the "far end" of a track while the "near end" is still on, thus giving you a bit of lighting control. (Add appropriate hole in cover plate and add switch, maybe a pull-cord. Route black wire thru switch.)
By:Bob A. , Homeowner (San Jose CA)
your very helpful salesman suggested this product to solve our problem of flush-mounting the track and electric on the ceiling of our 175 yr old post and beam house. He suggested we drill a hole into the side of the connector to insert the electric cable, and butt the connector to the electric cable, which was in a flush mounted channel.
By:Anne D. , Homeowner (NY)
Great product. Works well for connecting two tracks.
By:Steven , Homeowner (MN)
There does not appear to be a j-box cover for this product. Not sure how this gets installed, and my electrician won't install it until I get the cover. Anyone have a solution besides the floating canopy cover -- since I am actually powering 2 sections of track, not one??
By:Dave C. , Homeowner (Chicago)
The very small ground screw in the confined space requires a wire end connector of particular size to fit. WAC includes a ground pigtail with the LLE live end connector but does not with I Straight LIne Power Connector.
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By:Keith P. , Designer (Los Angeles)
This was the one part of the rectangular track that was a bit fussy because as far as we could see it lacks easy solid attachment to ceiling. Best to plan solid anchors of track very close to this power connector to keep it snug to ceiling.
By:LC , Homeowner (San Francisco)
this item gives us the flexibility and options to simply mount multiple pendants with the pain of hardwiring each light.
By:Nori , Designer (washington, dc)