The Pro-Series LED under cabinet fixtures are optimized for fast permanent installation, mounting either flush to the rear backsplash or to the front lip of the cabinetry to suit project conditions and homeowner preference.
Utilizes 3000°K warm white LEDs tightly binned to within 2-step MacAdam ellipse for superb color consistency
Provides 50,000 hours of service life with a minimum CRI of 80
Features an integrated 120v constant current driver (accessible without having to remove the fixture)
Dimmable with most incandescent, magnetic low voltage or electronic low voltage wall box dimmers (see specifications below)
Features a reverse-angled clear prismatic diffuser to minimize perceived brightness
Convenient integral On/Off rocker switch
Environmentally friendly, containing no harmful mercury
One (1) straight connector included for modular plug-together installations included
Other installation options available for most sizes (see specifications below; accessories sold separately)
I bought this as a replacement for lights that were failing. I bought the UPL09, 9" 2bulb fixture. I installed it on a counter that's 23" wide (very easy install given I had 120v wires there already). The light provided is ample for that space but certainly not bright. That counter space is not used for prep work so that's fine with me but as I replace the rest of the lights I'll get more wattage per sq ft. For instance the 60watt recessed light above it in our 8.5ft ceilings produce a slight shadow from the cabinet even when these are on.
The light takes 1/2 second to come on but that's typical for LED. The light it produces is not pure white like the old halogen bulbs it replaces. It does not have a blue tint or anything it's just not the same white.
I was considering another fixture with a single 3watt bulb, but I wanted even light. Perhaps the other fixture with more light would have been a better choice for this small area.
I think I'll stick with Juno since it's built so well and can daisy chain easily.
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Bright 6 Watts
By Karl L. F. from North Lauderdale, FL on Mar 15, 2011
If you look for an energy saving flat, niced designed under cabinet lightning, it's just perfect, I leave it on the whole evening, so nobody is using the "big"lights anymore, it's bright enough, let's say like a 40 Watt regular bulb.