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jshimmin
09-10-2010, 05:36 PM
I am replacing some line voltage post lamps and am considering using the Integraliters. If I install an LED bi-pin, I could just use the existing UF and tie it into the 12/2 in a junction box.
Does the Integraliter have sufficient reflector surface fir an LED to work?

Illumicare
09-12-2010, 12:59 AM
Hi Jim. The NS INTEGRAliter with a G4 LED BiPin Lamp from www.ledlightsdirect.com

http://www.ledlightsdirect.com/product_p/g4-3000k-v.htm

works very well! I have installed several dozen of these fixture and LED lamp combinations and the results are excellent.

NightScenes
09-20-2010, 10:21 PM
I've used the Integraliter with LED bi pins and it works very well, if you use quality LEDs.

INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting
09-21-2010, 02:37 AM
To the best of my knowledge, the only G4 BiPin LED lamp on the market that has the pins coming out of the back of the lamp, thereby optimized for use with fixture like the INTEGRAliter and flood fixtures like the CopperMoon CM890, CM895 and others, is the one from www.ledlightsdirect.com (Illumicare Group)

This pin configuration was developed specifically for fixtures that have the socket mounted directly behind the lens or aperture. http://www.ledlightsdirect.com/product_p/g4-3000k-v.htm

NightScenes
09-21-2010, 05:17 PM
No James, that's not the one I use but it does look interesting. I'm sure it would work well in a wash type fixture as long as it has a frosted lens.

Illumicare
09-22-2010, 09:23 AM
Hi Paul. You should give our Vertical pin G4 LED lamp a try. Not only does it produce more lumens than the horizontal (side) pin version, it also creates a nice, even, wide spread of light. It works great in fully shielded fixtures like the INTEGRAliter as well as a variety of flood/wash fixtures and even some large scale path lights. The frosted lens is not necessary as the light pattern off the LED lamp is very wide and even.

James