Xenon Fixtures include under cabinet fixtures, linear lighting for coves and puck lighting. Xenon is similar to Halogen in that it is a gas-filled bulb with a filament inside. Xenon fixtures and bulbs just use a mixture of both gases instead of Halogen only, making the bulb more stable and have longer life – over three times longer!
Xenon Fixtures that use 120V Xenon lamps have a lower cost than Xenon Fixtures that use 12V because the transformer is no longer needed. Our customers like the 120V Xenon Under Cabinet Light and 120V Xenon Pucks Lights because they can be easily and smoothly dimmed with standard dimmers that are very affordable and also help save energy! For task areas such as kitchen counters, size the Xenon Under Cabinet Lights for the size of the cabinet and supply one fixture for each cabinet.
12V Xenon puck lights are efficient and long-lasting, although they require a transformer and are wired differently than 120V versions. 12V Xenon lighting cabinet lights emit a higher color temperature (3000°K) that shows a whiter white light, that’s much like Halogen. 120V Xenon cabinet lights have a slightly lower color temperature (2800°K) which produces a warm light that works well with wood tones. All Xenon fixtures have a color rendering index of 100, which means colors will show accurately.
Low Voltage Xenon Strip Lights are used for accent lighting, cove lighting and under cabinet lighting. The system consists of a low voltage cable with sockets placed at set spacing (3”, 4” and 6” apart) and either 12V or 24V Xenon festoon bulbs in place. The system is UL Listed and cuttable anywhere along the cable. Track can be used for straight runs, but socket bases have built-in mounting holes for quick attaching. Size the transformer for the total load. Do not exceed 240 watts for 12V systems or 480 watts for 24V systems.