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MaxLite Self Driven LED Lightbar

Posted by dredpir8 (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 8, 10 at 16:36

Is anyone familiar with these? Are they any good? I know people aren't impressed with Maxlite CFLs but I haven't been able to find anything about these LED lightbars, which is concerning.

They seem to be exactly what I'm looking for. Line voltage LEDs that are dimmable from the switch. My issue is that our contractor wired 120 for all the under cab lights so low voltage isn't an option for us without extensive ($$) rework.


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RE: MaxLite Self Driven LED Lightbar

I wonder if they will give enough light. Can you buy one and test it?

RE: MaxLite Self Driven LED Lightbar

You can try the Philips 120 volt LED under cab. Very bright and dimmable.

I'm sure it's more expensive, but it's also much better quality.

Here is a link that might be useful: Philips Under Cabinet 120V LED

RE: MaxLite Self Driven LED Lightbar

My Sams club had plug in LED cabinet lights - I think from GE. Don't see them online though.

RE: MaxLite Self Driven LED Lightbar

I purchased these for my UCL. I think they're great! They use 120 Volts and a regular dimmer too! No worries of connecting a separate driver.

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