First and Foremost - the light put onto the picture from the LED light is fine. The fixture itself is your basic tin / metal picture light that should cost no more then 20.00. The fact that they replace the incandescent bulb with three LEDs in a panel and put a few resistors does not qualify for the cost of these units. That said - I saw what I was buying BEFORE I purchased the item - so I am not complaining - just letting everyone know these aren't all that special (an LED Bulb in a standard fixture would produce the same results). The problem I have with these units is the plug. There is a "Wall wart" on the end of the plug that does not permit you to place the plug behind the framed art. IF you are plugging in the picture in any other place - then these are just overpriced LEDs, IF you in fact have an outlet installed behind your picture - these will not fit - even in a recessed outlet. My recommendation to anyone would be to purchase a standard light, with a "normal" plug on it, and use an LED bulb.
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I bought these LED picture lights thinking they were hard wired and powered by 120 VAC. However, the lights came with an AC/DC converter. During use the converter overheats and trips an internal breaker, shutting the lights off. You then have to turn the lights out, and wait 30 minutes for the internal fuse to reset so you can use them again.
Nice try but no awards here. The fixture is nice but the LEDs are too yellow and w/ only 3 the light brightness is not very much. They should have used a LED circuit board with more LEDs on it. Very disappointed. Did they ever turn this on and use it on a picture?