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I used this in conjunction with other sized light bars for my undercabinet lighting in my kitchen. I direct wired these and the installation (which I did my self) was fairly easy. The quality of this unit compared to some other brands seemed superior in materials and fit. My only complaint is that the glass must slide forward to remove it for changing bulbs in the future. This forces you to mount the bar a few inches further back from the front edge of the cabinet. The other solution (which I did) was to mount the whole light bar just loose enough so you can slide the entire light bar to the side to have it come off of mounting screws. This will let me change the bulbs in the future and have the lights as far forward as possible. I would recomend these.
My major concern was the level of light that would be available at the counter so I ordered the 30" 4-lamp model, with the thought that I could add an additional fixture if I wanted more illumination. I 'mocked-up' the fixture and plugged it in to see how well it lighted the counter, and it was perfect. So I proceeded to directwire it with romex to a circuit available behind the cabinet and installed the fixture in it's final location. I particularly like the thin profile, as it is hidden behind the front of the cabinet, and the high/low lighting levels. The only difficulty I encountered was sliding the glass lens off the fixture. It fits snuggly.