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Old 10-03-2007, 12:55 AM   #1
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IC can temperature rating?


Can anyone tell me at what temperature the thermal protector on a IC rated can will turn the light off? I have not researched the manufacturers yet, hoped someone here might save me some time. Many Thanks.
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IC can temperature rating?


it is pretty much up to the manufacter put in the thermal switch in there and they useally about 140F - 200F depending on how it set up and they will have max wattage labeled with the trims on it

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