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George Kovacs P4216-467 Kovacs Lightrail

George Kovacs P4216-467 Kovacs Lightrail
George Kovacs P4216-467 Kovacs Lightrail

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Sable Bronze Patina
Sable Bronze Patina
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Product Description

Available while supplies last.
This lightrail by George Kovacs is available in a sable bronze patina finish. Comes with etched opal glass shade(s). Illuminated by five 50-watt halogen bulbs.

Kovacs Lightrail

  • 16' Flexible (bendable) Rail (4x4 Rails)
  • 1 Canopy Feed
  • 5 Heads with 5 Etched Opal Glass Shades
  • 5-50w GU10 Bulbs Plus 1 Extra
  • 11 Standoffs
  • 3 Connectors
  • 8 End Caps 
Shade:Etched Opal Glass
Light Bulb:(5)50w MR16 GU10 120v Halogen [Compare Bulbs]
Voltage:120 volt
Installation:Dry Locations [Explain]
Listing: , Quick Ship
Number of Lights:5-Lights
Bulb is included free
Bulbs are not eligible for replacement

Dimensions & Weights

Length:16 feet 4 inches

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4.5 out of 5
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4 / 5
Kitchen Lighting
By from Tabernash, CO on Nov 26, 2008
Wonderful product just as advertised.
Looks great easy to install!
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By from Bremerton, WA on Apr 08, 2015
Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
I installed this in our living room. It matches the brown aluminum windows and spreads lights throughout the room. I switched the halogen bulbs with LED and bought an extra sixth lamp. The LEDs don't cast light back into the housing so they don't like the ceiling but I prefer the energy efficiency and this way I can have six lights without exceeding 250 W
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Great product- well made, good looking, obvious quality
By from on Mar 10, 2014
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Recommend this brand and this model
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Almost Perfect
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Very bendable & 16ft goes quickly
By from EATON RAPIDS, MI on Mar 19, 2013
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We removed an L-shaped breakfast counter and put in an island about 4ft away. Installed the new power canopy over the hole of the old recessed fixture that had lit the counter (rather than running wires above the ceiling and patching the hole that would have been left). Began the monorail track 2ft behind the canopy and ran it in a 90 degree arc to center over one end of the new island....then in a sweeping series of "S" curves above the 60 inch island, with a final 90 degree arced run to mirror the initial arc.

Found it very easy to free-form the track using only my hands. I used tin cutters to snip off about an inch of the center rail plate that protrudes after bending each section. Used all 11 stand offs (as several are required to support the S curves). CAUTION: be careful about orientation of the track....these fixtures can rotate up and down, but cannot be rotated 180 degrees right or left to aim the spots!! After the heads were installed on the finished track, I had to readjust the track connectors and gently "twist" the rails on either side of the connectors to guarantee electrical contact was carried to the next rail section (just work out from the power source).

Three heads point nearly straight down onto the island. One points 60 degrees down to the wall opposite and one is mounted on the 2 ft section behind the power canopy to provide visual balance.

We intend to convert some (or all) fixtures to dimable GU 10 LED bulbs (reducing the total draw to under 100 watts).
We may then hang 2 down pendants over the island and redirect 3 fixtures currently aimed downward. With LED bulbs the total wattage should still be less than 3 of the halogen bulbs included.

Great project for the money and avoids the hassles of transformers for a 12 V track
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Review of P4216 - Kovacs Lightrail
By from Lake Wylie, SC on Sep 10, 2010
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This is replacing an older model.
By from Hollywood, FL on Jun 03, 2010
Designer, Stylish
I like the look of this lighting fixture very much. This model is replacing an older one that has failed. I am hoping the newer has a longer life expectancy.

I miss being able to use the red globes that the first unit came with...I had thought they could be interchanged.
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Looks nice
By from Soldotna, AK on May 21, 2010
Went up just fine. Looks great. Put them in an office break-room. Color of bulbs is a bit more yellow than daylight florescent; But, it is fine, as every one turns the florescent off now, because they love these new lights!
I bought them just for accent lights, but the staff loves them so much that I may have to add another one, and get rid of the florescent. As the room I have in needs more light than these can produce.
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Track lights with your design in mind
By from Bothell, WA on Jan 07, 2010
Practical, Casual Do-It-Yourselfer, Stylish
This was the 2nd Kovak of same design. I had the same problem installing them. If you assemble the parts on a flat surface making sure the contacts in the track don't move when pushing them together it will work fine. The contacts have a problem sliding so that the positive or negative contacts don't conduct electricity to the second track. Lights won't work. It is really difficult to rectify this problem up on a ladder, with stanchions fastened to the ceiling. It takes 2 people to put it up on ceiling. I drew the pattern on a sheet of paper and taped to the ceiling. I used a drill to place the holes where I wanted them for the stanchions, took the pattern down, and assembled the stanchions first. Then put the track up, and it went without a hitch. Nice looking and really lights up the hallway. I do like these lights.
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Questions & Answers


3 Questions from the Community
How flexible is the lightrail?
The Mine Answer
This light-rail model has actually been discontinued and is not for sale.
Mitchell W. on Apr 6, 2012
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How to install the p4216 in a drop ceiling of an office?
The Mine Answer
Basically all you need to use is a butterfly clip/ ceiling anchor for this lighttrail.
Bradley M. on Mar 23, 2012
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Can the powerfeed part be located at the end or is this fixed place?
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The canopy feed can be placed at the end or where ever you want along the rail.
Unknown on Jul 1, 2014
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Sku: 3947795S
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Group #: 412669
Category: Track Lighting Kits - 252
Style: Modern - 3
Sales Rank: 34

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