7 Inch LED Aluminum Hardscape Lighting | Serviceable LED Bar | LED Outdoor Step Lights | 2700K Warm White COH202B

Sale price$74.99 USD

Model: 4-pack

About the COH202B Hardscape Light

  • High-salt, moisture, and UV resist, uniform, and long-lasting finish fixture, the fine workmanship makes it tougher, harder, and aesthetically pleasing.
  • With 5.74-foot 18 AWG lead wire, suitable for variety of installation requirements.
  • With a replaceable LED bar featuring design, emitting 200lm of 2700K soft white light, this LED hardscape light only needs 2W to match the output of a 10W incandescent light, the 45⁰ downward beam angle eliminates glare.
  • Easy installation, just set the fixture in the slot, Stick your screws in the anchors, then begin screwing them down.
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User Manual Download
Demetions

‎13"L x 3.1"W x 0.79"H

Weight

4.5 Pounds

Input Voltage

Die-Casting Brass

Bulb

LED / 2W / 2700K / 200LM

Input Voltage

9-17V AC/DC

Fixture Color

Atique Bronze

7 Inch LED Aluminum Hardscape Lighting

Serviceable without Cutting Wire
LED 2700K Warm White
7" Aluminum Fixture

What included in the box

  • Main Fixture
  • Wire Connectors
  • User Manual

How long can I receive it

  • We have CA/FL two warehouses for service
  • We will arrange delivery nearby
  • You will receive the goods in 3-5 work days
  • Remote areas may take a little longer

How long is the warranty

  • Brass Fixture: Lifetime
  • Aluminum Fixture: 5 Years
  • LED Bulbs: 5 Years
  • Transformers: Lifetime

12V LOW VOLTAGE

2700K Warm White

Build with aluminum for maximum resistance to the outside elements, equipped with efficient and long-lasting LEDs. Emitting 110lm of 2700K soft white light. The CRI of 90 displays the true color of objects. This hardscape lighting line has an aluminum shell with 7 inch length to blend under your steps, planters, walls or any outdoor downlight. This light was designed to look beautiful day and night, including 3 easy to install mounting plates for walls, steps, and ceiling installations.

Replaceable LED Bar

With a 2W 2700K aluminum replaceable LED bar featuring design, it becomes easy to replace and repair, as well as corrosion and rust resistance.

Uniform Finish

Includes a 5.74-foot 18 AWG lead wire aimed at diminishing corrosion and enhancing the fixture's overall lifespan

Three mounting plates

It includes three easily installable mounting plates, catering to wall, step, and ceiling installations

Cuttable Design

The cuttable design of this hardscape light allows you to adjust its width according to your needs by simply cutting along the dotted line

COLOER 7 inch Replaceable Aluminum Hardscape Lighting

COLOER 7 inch aluminum hardscape light featuring a replaceable LED bar design. No longer will you need to remove the entire light unit when replacing the light bar. It comes complete with three effortlessly installable mounting plates, catering to various placements such as walls, steps and ceilings

COLOER specializes in designing and manufacturing better and safer LED landscape lighting products. Our goal is to learn more about our customers' needs and create cost-effective lighting solutions beyond their imagination, to be a reliable partner in lighting your home life!

01

How to Choose Transformer

To determine the size of transformer needed for a low voltage lighting system, add up the wattage of all fixtures in the system and add 10% for lowvoltage cable and fixtures connections.

If the total load of fixtures is too great, either divide the total load between 2 transformers or use a more powerful transformer.
Select a transformer with 20% higher capacity than total wattage of all fixtures in the system, that allow you to add more fixtures later.

TRANSFORMER SIZING
SIZE OF TRANSFORMER=TOTAL WATTAGES OF FIXTURES X 1.1

Select a transformer that matches as close as possible to calculation shown above.

Example:you have 12 fixtures, each 5 watt. You need a 75 watt transformer (12x5=60 plus 10%= 66)

NOTE: Low voltage lighting systems require the use of a transformer to reduce the standard 120 volt power from ordinary household electricity to 12, 13, 14, and 15volt needed to power low voltage fixtures.
The total wattage of all fixtures connected to one transformer must not exceed the wattage capacity of the transformer.

02

How to Install

1.Turn off the power supply.

2.Determine the desired location for each fixture before construction of the wallis started. Mark the location of the two screw holes and drill the holes for theplastic anchors with drill bit that is appropriate for the material that you are drillinginto. Place the plastic anchors into the holes.

3.Place the stainless steel mounting bracket and fixture in between layers ofhardscape material.Screw the 2 screws into the anchors through the holes in thebracket, securing the fixture.

4.Route the fixture wire through the wall to the main low voltage supply cableusing standard masonry procedures.

5.Connect the fixture to the low voltage power supply.

01

How to Choose Transformer

To determine the size of transformer needed for a low voltage lighting system, add up the wattage of all fixtures in the system and add 10% for lowvoltage cable and fixtures connections.

If the total load of fixtures is too great, either divide the total load between 2 transformers or use a more powerful transformer.
Select a transformer with 20% higher capacity than total wattage of all fixtures in the system, that allow you to add more fixtures later.

TRANSFORMER SIZING
SIZE OF TRANSFORMER=TOTAL WATTAGES OF FIXTURES X 1.1

Select a transformer that matches as close as possible to calculation shown above.

Example:you have 12 fixtures, each 5 watt. You need a 75 watt transformer (12x5=60 plus 10%= 66)

NOTE: Low voltage lighting systems require the use of a transformer to reduce the standard 120 volt power from ordinary household electricity to 12, 13, 14, and 15volt needed to power low voltage fixtures.
The total wattage of all fixtures connected to one transformer must not exceed the wattage capacity of the transformer.

02

How to Install

1.Turn off the power supply.

2.Determine the desired location for each fixture before construction of the wallis started. Mark the location of the two screw holes and drill the holes for theplastic anchors with drill bit that is appropriate for the material that you are drillinginto. Place the plastic anchors into the holes.

3.Place the stainless steel mounting bracket and fixture in between layers ofhardscape material.Screw the 2 screws into the anchors through the holes in thebracket, securing the fixture.

4.Route the fixture wire through the wall to the main low voltage supply cableusing standard masonry procedures.

5.Connect the fixture to the low voltage power supply.

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