What track heads are compatible with Juno?

What track heads are compatible with Juno?

The Juno Compatible Track Lighting Fixtures that you find from our websites are compatible with Juno Trac-Master and Juno Trac-Lite. Most of our track lights come in 2 different systems, namely HT and JT. JT or J system compatible to Juno track lighting system.

What is a Juno track light?

Juno track lighting leads the industry in selection, style, efficiency and function. Juno track systems perform at the highest levels of lighting effectiveness, energy efficiency and operating economy. No matter what your track lighting application, there is a solution for every need and budget.

Are Halo and Juno track compatible?

The H track system is compatible with Halo, J with Juno, and L with Lightolier. These systems are also single-circuit, meaning they are controlled by the same switch.

Are Juno track lights dimmable?

Juno Trac-Lites 1-Light Dimmable White Flat Back Head(s) Track Lighting Head.

Can you cut Juno track?

If you want to cut track to a specific length, you can do it. But you also need to trim back the internal copper conductors a little bit. The video below shows how to do it.

Are Juno LED lights good?

Juno’s Downlight is the best made canned light I have ever seen and integrates several very high-tech features as well. And while these Juno LED lights are not a true gadget, LED lighting is a great use of new technologies to reduces your carbon footprint and electrical bills in the process.

What type of track is Juno?

The Juno Lighting Track / JT system is known as 2 wire-wide single circuit system. If you look at the track itself, it should have one strip of wire on each side. On the back of the track light junction plate, there should have one clip terminals on each side.

Do all track lights fit the same track?

Pick a Track Standard The track is the part that attaches to the ceiling or wall and it’s what the light fixtures are affixed to. It’s important to keep in mind that not all track lights (fixtures) fit all track types. There are three standard systems—and a bunch of proprietary ones.

What is the difference between H and J track lighting?

To identify a track fixture, if it has three contacts, it is likely an “H” type. If the contact-tips are 1 inch apart, it is likely a “J” type, but if they are 7/8 inch apart, the track is likely an “L” type.