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Tech Lighting Spot Low-Voltage Architectural Monorail Light Fixture - 700FJSPT6 See details.

$100
(Free Shipping On Orders Over $99)
Leaves Warehouse In: 3 - 7 business days
Length:
Finish:
Accessory shade + Mounting canopy (individual installation) or Monorail FreeJack Connector (for Monorail System) needs to be purchased separately.
  • Model# 700FJSPT6
  • Brand: Tech Lighting
  • Height: 2.4" [Head]
  • Width / Diameter: 2.1" [Head]
  • Lamping: 50W MR-16 (Bulb NOT included)

Important Note

Due to the inherent traits of artisan-crafted products and applied finishes, slight variation in color, pattern, or thickness may occur. For lighting products, most pictures are taken when product is lit.
Classic head rotates 360° around stem, pivots 290°. Can hold one lens or louver (sold separately). Low-voltage, MR16 lamp of up to 50 watts (not included).

Questions and Answers

  • I currently have a tech lighting monorail that I will be attaching the Tech Lighting Spot Low-Voltage Architectural Head - 700FJSPT6. If I just purchase the spot head will it attach or do I also need to purchase the Tech Lighting Monorail FreeJack Connector - 700MOCHED?
    JJAug 20, 2009
    Yes, you are correct! You will have to purchase Tech Lighting 700MOCHED FreeJack connector separately.
    Tony - Arcadian LightingAug 21, 2009
  • I recently purchased two Spot Low-Voltage Architectural Heads 700FJSPT6 and I have noticed that the light is blinding if you look up directly at the light. As such, I would like to keep the amount of light, but lower the intensity if were to look directly at the light. Should I be considering the Eggcrate Louver 700A or the Wilmette Diffuser Spread Lens 140MR16? Any guidance would be helpful.
    JimmySep 16, 2009
    Yes, use an eggcrate louver, model 700A if you want to cut the glare and not the beam of the light.
    Sandy - Arcadian LightingSep 17, 2009

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