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LED Flat Back Track Light


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Specs & Guide


Recommended Use

High-output LED track ideal for commercial applications like retail, restaurant, and hospitality.


Spec Sheet
2,500 Lumens
≥ 80 CRI
Estimated 35,000 hours
There are no accessories for this product.
LED Flat Back Track Light is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LED track head Installed this for a customer, replacing a hard to reach MR-16 halogen monopoint. This track head is larger than it looks in pictures! I'd say its a bit larger than a large can of soup... It comes with 2 additional reflectors that are easy to install, It came with a wide flood installed and 20 & 30 degree flood, so you can dial in the proper beam spread for your installation
Date published: 2015-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plenty of Light Installed these in a beauty salon that did not have enough light for their business. The owner wanted a 'whiter' light as the current lamps gave too much of a warm light that did not go well with their perception of hair dyes. Placed 4 of them on an 8 ft track about 4 feet behind the customer chair and ceiling height at 9 feet. These bad boys put out some light. The heads are "solid", I mean solid. The owner can bounce light anywhere in the room now and with the four lights, there is hardly any shadow. We left the 40* reflectors as is.
Date published: 2014-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very bright fixture I put three of these fixtures up to light the pulpit in our church and they worked great! Very bright, I had to put them on a dimmer and use the flood reflector. Very good value for the money.
Date published: 2014-09-29
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Are these fixtures dimmable?

Asked by: Ben m
This fixture is dimmable. Here is a copy of the spec sheet: http://www.e-conolight.com/pdf/SpecSheets/eco_spc_kxd_series.pdf
Answered by: Janelle V
Date published: 2017-01-31

are these dimmable?

Asked by: FredWhite
Yes, this fixture is dimmable.
Answered by: Lauren P
Date published: 2016-12-28

We are replacing existing Track lights in a church. Are the tracks for LED lights the same track? Would we likely need to replace the track

Asked by: Ken M
This track head is UL classified for use with the following track systems only: - e-conolight E-K1 and E-K2 Series - Ruud Lighting T1 and T2 Series - Juno (not affiliated with e-conolight) T and TU Series
Answered by: Ashley H
Date published: 2016-12-07

Does this light work with the H-style track? Does the entire fixture have to be replaced when it burns out?

Asked by: KathyD
The track heads are compatible with T-Style track. Our LED fixtures come with a built-in LED module. Therefore, if a component fails, the entire unit must be replaced. Please note that these fixtures have a 3-year limited warranty.
Answered by: Lauren P
Date published: 2016-10-13

SKU: E-KXD235U3K is this a flood or a spot?

Asked by: Pure Power
This fixture comes with 20° spot, 30° narrow flood, and 40° wide flood reflectors. Please see the spec sheet for additional information: www.e-conolight.com/pdf/SpecSheets/eco_spc_kxd_series.pdf
Answered by: Ashley H
Date published: 2016-10-05

Is this LED using constant current or constant voltage?

Asked by: ren123
This fixture's input voltage is 120V. Please contact customer service at 888-243-9445 for further assistance.
Answered by: Ashley H
Date published: 2016-05-20

Do I need any special type of dimmer switch for the E-KXD235U3W LED fixture? Also how much will it dim down?

Asked by: llamb00
This fixture is dimmable to 10%. We recommend the following dimmers: • Leviton Trimatron 6683 • Leviton Decora 6633 • Cooper Aspire 9530 • Lutron Abella AB-600HW-XX • Lutron Maestro CN-600PHW • Lutron Diva/C-L DVCL-153P-XX • Lutron Lumea LGCL-153PLH-XX
Answered by: Ashley H
Date published: 2016-04-25


Asked by: RONL
Generally, a good rule of thumb is the higher the better. - 70 is fair, 80 is good, 90 is great, 100 is the best
Answered by: Ashley H
Date published: 2016-02-18
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