Stylish picture lights from the Joshua collection install easily and plug into any standard wall outlet to ensure your art will be seen in its best light.More Details >
Tech Lighting's picture lights from the Joshua collection are trim and easy to install. This plug-in design provides superior color rendition with no backlight leakage. Illuminates pictures up to 30" x 45" in their best light. Includes an adjustable in-line rotary switch with a 12-volt wall plug adapter and 10 feet of cord.
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I bought two of these products to light an 80" wide photo. The drawback from this product is that it is a 12v light with a 110-120v transformer to plug into the wall. If you are planning on running a standard halogen mr16 gu5.3 bulb that is no problem, but the transformer that is included will not run an led. I ended up changing out to one transformer to run both lights from an led supply company but it was another $35 to do this. The biggest drawback i see of these lights is that they are priced very high really for what they are especially since they take modifications in order to run an led. The transformer that was included is an old magnetic one that worked well with a lutron triac dimmer i installed it on however so that was definitely a positive. Overall they are attractive and now that i have the kinks ironed out, i was able to light my 80" wide photo with very attractive lighting for less than $300 overall.
I purchased 2 to light a 36 X 24 inch picture. Out of the box, it is junk. No way to mount the hood to the fixture (as shown in directions)the hood is held in place by the bulb, (floppy loose, not centered) After mounting, found a 36 degree wide bulb in one box, and a 66 degree in the other. The Dealer people were great, they exchanged both bulbs with 2 much better quality bulbs. In my opinion, "Lamps Plus" is great, the problem is: The Joshua Tech Lighting fixture is overpriced junk.
Use it to illuminate a poster of W. C. Fields, with a sneering,challenging expression, holding a pool cue and an eight ball. This is on the wall next to my pool table in my game roon.
Used to illuminate a photo, this light for the money is very cheaply made. It does not include a diffuser nor a dimmer. Light comes out of the top of the fixture. It is held together by a simple wire "spring" and the bulb is secured by bending two aluminum tabs on a metal housing, which will break with repeated bulb changes. Too expensive for what you get.
we use 2 of these to illuminate a 8'x 6' chalkboard in a sportsbar. it works well without giving off too much light.