I want to use a recessed fixture (WAC HR-8401H - remodeling fixture)
that is labeled "Not rated for through-branch circuit wiring". Does
this mean that I cannot feed a second fixture from the first? What I
want to do is:
Power -------- Switch ---------- Light #1 --------- Light #2
Is this allowed? Thanks for the help.
Who makes this? It must have a VERY small box that cannot accept any more than
1 typical 12/2 or 14/2 cable.
You can "float" a 1900 splice box in the ceiling accessable when the fixture is
removed, and make all 3 connections there.
Please provide the manufacture. Is this fixture IC rated? Do you need IC?
( direct contact with insulation)
Does this fixture have an UL label on it?
From what the listing says I think your right.
Never heard of anything like this before. I just bought some 4 inch cans
from Elco Lighting ww.xxxxx.com. They said not to exceed 2 12-2's. With
trims 12 bucks a piece.
Better contact the manufacture. On what you have stated you may have to make
each light a dead end and do the makeup in the switch box.
I tried the manufactures web site and one called Y-lighting. Pretty lax in
tech specs on the cans. If you bought them from a store I would be making a
call to them. From the pictures I saw there looks like there is enough room
to do what you want to do. Pictures can be deceiving.
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