GE RS6 6" Series
GE Lighting RS Series RS6 LED DownlightsWe are your GE Lighting authorized distributor for RS6 6 inch LED downlight. The fixture can be used in new construction or retrofit applications to replace halogen recessed cans, spiral CFLs, or incandescents. Select the sub-category below for the type you need or search above for the specific part number.
GE Lighting LED13DRS6 Energy Star Rated 13 Watt 6-Inch LED Recessed Can Downlight Fixture Dimmable E26 90W Replacement
PART# 20048 LED13DRS6/830 | 20037 LED13DRS6/827$15.50
GE Lighting LED8DRS6 Energy Star Rated 8 Watt LED 6-Inch Recessed Can Downlight E26 Base Dimmable 120V
PART# 20026 LED8DRS6/840 | 19888 LED8DRS6/827 | 19908 LED8DRS6/830$14.45
GE Lighting LED10RS4/827E26P 10W 10 Watts 4 Inch Round RS Series Retrofit LED Downlight Dimmable E26 2700K
GE Lighting LED10RS4/830E26P 10W 10 Watts 4 Inch Round RS Series Retrofit LED Downlight Dimmable E26 3000K
Part of the RS Series of Lumination™ LED Luminaires by GE Lighting, the RS6 is a 6-inch LED downlight that was designed to be used in new construction projects, or to replace halogen recessed cans, spiral CFL and incandescent lighting fixtures. The RS Series offers a one-to-one replacement, and can be easily installed into existing GU24 and E27 sockets.
Installation is a snap -- remove the old fixture, screw on the fixed base or pigtail base for the new fixture into the socket, and place the new fixture in. The RS6 comes with universal mounting clips and a unique design that allows the fixture to be securely installed, yet easily removed if necessary. And the fixture's durable gauge steel housing means the LEDs and drivers inside will not be damaged during installation or transport.
The RS6 LED downlight illuminates with 700 lumens of 2700K or 3000K color temperature light and a 80+ CRI, while only using 10 watts of power. It can be used with smooth dimming down to 10%, and is rated to last for 35,000 hours. The fixture features a flat lens that provides an edge-to-edge lit appearance, so there are no hot spots or pixelation.