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Old 11-19-2013, 10:02 PM   #1
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Anybody having any good experience using dimmable led undercounter cabinet lights. Cant seem to find the right ones
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I was wondering about brands/ maufacturer
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Found these at Costco




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Outwater Plastics has many to choose from
I have been using these for the last several jobs with good results

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check out the WAC pro 24v led tape lighting. My local electrical supply house stocks it. I have used it a few times it is really nice, and easy to work with and dimmable. it is a led tape that sticks under the cabinets and very low profile. can get expensive though. just Google wac lighting
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I use the hafele kits when I'm doing kitchens. They have numerous options. Not cheap but upto yet the best led lights for cabinets I have come across.

They have 12v and 24v systems too.
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For puck lights I've used the WAC HR-87 I believe. Need to use an elv dimmer. For the housing style I only use the Juno pro led style, use a mlv dimmer with these.
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Diode led tape light is good also. Only tape light I've used that hasn't had color discrepancies. Too many parts in my opinion though.
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GM lighting makes a nice LED tape that is cuttable every 3 diodes. They just came out with aluminum extruded mounting channel that can be routed into a panel located at the underside of he upper cabinets. There is a snap in lens that looks great.
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Juno.
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Another Juno user

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