As usual, the "instructions" included with the fixture are absolute crud :tongue: . Now, I'm not an electrician (although I've done a bit of household wiring) so take anything I say with a grain of salt. It looks like these things are supposed to slide into, or plug into, an energized track? If you can get into the little housing that encloses the contacts I should think there'd be the main wiring (white and black) in there and I'd also think it could be converted to regular wiring with a plug. This is just a notion without actually seeing the thing in person you understand. Basically when you stick the thing in a track, you're really just sticking it into a proprietary plug-in system. If you can find somebody with a bit of electrical experience I should think it would be a fairly simple matter to convert them.