Hadco Step Lights Installation

Guide to install Brick Lights, Step Lights and Mini Step Lights

Hadco Lighting is a division of Philips Lighting that specializes in landscape lighting. Hadco Lighting’s collection of landscape lighting includes path lights, step lighting, directional lighting, well and underwater lighting, bollard lights and flood lights, all of which come in a variety of styles. Hadco Lighting also offers a selection of accessories for replacing parts of your landscape lighting. Excellent performance, sleek styling, high quality design, and simple maintenance make Hadco Lighting an excellent choice for landscape lighting.

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HADCO LINE VOLTAGE STEP LIGHT INSTALLATION


Step light Installation for New Stud Wall

(Use Accessory Kit #MAKNS)

  1. Using the supplied template, cut a level hole through the existing wall between studs. (Failure to level hole will cause fixture to have tilted appearance.)
  2. Mount L-brackets onto top and bottom of housing with screws positioned in center of slots.
  3. Insert cross brackets through L-brackets.
  4. Position fixture so the back of the finishing ring extends past the studs the thickness of the wallboard.
  5. Level fixture and hammer tabs on cross brackets into studs. Nail brackets securely to studs.
  6. Fine adjust fixture position and tighten any loose screws.
  7. Remove the 1/2" NPT plugs from the sides/bottom of the housing and pull the supply wire through into the housing.
  8. Remove finishing ring by removing flathead screws.
  9. Install wallboard.
  10. Replace finishing ring.
  11. Install thermal protector (attached to electrical chassis).

step light Installation for Existing Stud Wall

(Use Accessory Kit #MAKES)

  1. Using the supplied template, cut a level hole through the existing wall between studs. (Failure to level hole will cause fixture to have tilted appearance.)
  2. Push the mounting screws through the housing holes and into rear channels. (Note: a thin membrane covers the housing holes and may require forcing the screws through by tapping them lightly with a hammer.)
  3. Place flags flat on rear of housing. Thread screws into and through the flags.
  4. Remove the 1/2" NPT plugs from the sides/bottom of the housing and pull the supply wire through into the housing. (Through wiring not recommended.)
  5. Remove wiring compartment screw and wiring compartment from housing.
  6. Push housing into the hole in the wall.
  7. Tighten the mounting screws until the flag fasteners are drawn tight against the inner surface of the wall.
  8. Replace wiring compartment in its original position and replace screw.
  9. Install thermal protector (attached to electrical chassis).

STEP LIGHT Installation for Masonry

(Use Accessory Kit #MAKM)

  1. Install screw through washer and lower masonry brackets and into tapped hole on bottom of the housing.
  2. Remove the 1/2" NPT plugs from the sides/bottom of the housing and pull the supply wire through into the housing.
  3. Be sure to use proper connections per NEC and local codes.
  4. Press housing and lower masonry brackets into the mortar so that mortar comes through the holes of the brackets.
  5. Continue laying block until level with the top of the fixture. Install the two upper masonry brackets into the housing as in Step 1.
  6. Finish laying mortar and block over top of the fixture.

STEP LIGHT Installation for Concrete Pour

(Hardware included with each fixture)

  1. Level supplied template on wood support frame and drill 3/16" diameter clearance holes as marked.
  2. Remove the 1/2" NPT plugs from the sides/bottom of the housing.
  3. Install plastic protective shield (if supplied) into housing.
  4. Pull the supply wire through into the housing. (Through wiring not recommended.) Be sure all unused electrical plugs are replaced. Finishing ring may be removed now and replaced after concrete pour.
  5. Secure housing to wood support with screws supplied in hardware packet.
  6. Pour concrete.
  7. If finishing ring was removed, replace it and tighten flathead screws. If screws are not tight, fixture may leak.

STEP LIGHT Installation for New or Existing Stud Wall

(Use Accessory Kit #MAKES)

  1. 1. Using the supplied template, cut a level hole through the existing wall between studs. (Failure to level hole will cause fixture to have tilted appearance.)
  2. Push the four (4) mounting screws through the housing holes and into rear channels. (Note: a thin membrane covers the housing holes and may require forcing the screws through by tapping them lightly with a hammer.)
  3. Place flags flat on rear of housing. Thread screws into and through the flags.
  4. Remove the desired 1/2" NPT plugs from the side(s)/back/bottom of the housing and pull the supply wire through into the housing.
  5. Be sure to use proper connections per NEC and local codes.
  6. Push housing into the hole in the wall.
  7. Tighten the mounting screws until the flag fasteners are drawn tight against the inner surface of the wall.
  8. Install thermal protector.

STEP light Installation for Concrete Pour

(Hardware included with each fixture)

  1. Level supplied template on wood support frame and drill four (4) 3/16" diameter clearance holes as marked. (Failure to level template will cause the fixture to have a tilted appearance.)
  2. Remove the desired 1/2" NPT plug(s) from the side(s)/back/bottom of the housing and pull the supply wire through into the housing.
  3. Be sure to use proper connections per NEC and local codes.
  4. Install the protective cover (if supplied) on the housing and make sure all unused electrical plugs are replaced.
  5. Secure housing to wood support with screws supplied in hardware packet.
  6. Pour concrete.

STEP light Installation for Masonry

(Use Accessory Kit #MAKM)

  1. Install two (2) screws through washers and lower masonry brackets and into tapped holes on bottom of the housing.
  2. Remove desired NPT plug(s) from the side(s)/back/bottom of the housing and pull the supply wire through into the housing.
  3. Be sure to use proper connections per NEC and local codes.
  4. Press housing with lower masonry brackets into the mortar so that mortar comes through the holes of the brackets.
  5. Continue laying block until level with the top of the fixture. Install the two upper masonry brackets into the housing as in Step 1.
  6. Finish laying mortar and block over top of the fixture.