ELCO Lighting EL5RLV 5 Inch Low Voltage Remodel Housing

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ELCO Lighting EL5RLV

EL5RLV Product Description

5" Low Voltage Remodel Housing

Remodel Housing.
Versatile, reliable and easy to install.
Unit slips through 5 1/2" ceiling cut out.
Integral flange secures fixture against ceiling.
Four remodel clips secure housing and accommodate
various ceiling thickness.
Junction box listed for 90° supply wire.
Lamp: 12V, MR16 GU/GX5.3 bi-pin LED (not included).
Lamp Holder: MR16 GU/GX5.3 bi-pin socket.
Trims sold separately.

Wattage 75W
Voltage 120V
Lamp Type GU5.3 BiPin
Damp LocationListed


Remodel housing with thermal protector.
Housing adjusts in frame to accommodate up to 1 1/4" ceiling thickness.
Steel housing for greater heat dissipation.


Designed for ceiling plenums where 2x8 joists or taller joists are used. Maximum hole cutout is 5 1/2". Suitable for T-grid and drop ceiling applications. See installation sheet for detailed information.


Input Voltage: 120V AC.
Output Voltage: 12V AC.
Thermally protected against improper lamping.


Compatible with ELCO 5" MR16 trims.


Magnetic transformer dims with MLV type dimmers.
See dimming compatibility list for a full list of compatible dimmers.
Note: Lamp used may affect dimmabilty.


Designed for use with GU5.3 MR16 LED lamps.


ELCO Lighting warrants products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of 3 years.

About Elco Lighting

Founded in 1991 by its president, Steve Cohen, ELCO Lighting develops and markets lighting products for commercial and residential applications. Founded on the philosophy that high-quality commercial and residential lighting should be sold at a fair market price, Elco Lighting has designed and engineered lighting for residential and commercial spaces for almost two decades. Their product line includes track and recessed lighting fixtures, exit and emergency lights, undercabinet lighting, wall packs, step lights and more.
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