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Product Ref: 2095£30.00 inc VAT
Three under cabinet fittings to go into a back corner between wall and cupboard. With separate feed-ins these can be mounted against each other for a concentrated light or spread out for more ambient lighting.
A neat solution to provide under shelf lighting for kitchen or shelving units. Opal diffusers over the lamps widen the light distribution and avoid glare for those closer to the ground. Profile can also be fitted flat to the underside of the cabinet.
Please note these are three isolated fittings and each requires a transformer or use a powerful enough transformer for all three. Each fitting has an integrated switch. Length per fitting 200mm (containing 1 x 20w lamp) x height 40mm x depth 40mm.
The lamps supplied with this fitting are 12v capsule lamps. There is not physical space in the profile to fit a transformer hence the requirement for a transformer to be located somewhere out of the way (typically this is located on the top of cupboard units).
Sadly discontinued but we have stock remaining for quick dispatch, a great bargain if you are looking for a cost effective solution.
|Lamp Type||G4 - 12v Halogen Capsule|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on good quality trailing-edge dimmers (reverse phase dimmers)|
|Construction||Aluminium - Anodised|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
Are this suitable for fitting at the front of the cabinet, behind a pelmet. Also, when fitted like this, would the light be pointing back and downwards at 45°?
We are considering having 3 x SW9239 units beneath 3 isolated cupboards. We cannot put a transformer with each light. Can a single 250va transformer be put adjacent to the switch. Cable lengths 4m + 4m + 3m, 1.5mm twin & earth.
Is there any buzz associated with this fitting? My noise from my current strip lights is so intrusive I don`t have them on!
We currently have pyramid style lights under cupboards but they continually fail and when try to change bulb (even electrician doing job) the casing shatters as it has become brittle. Can you tell me how easy it is to replace the bulbs on this style of light?
Where do you stock the bulbs?
Does this light fit to the wall or to the cupboard?
I need to know how this unit is powered, i.e. does it have a plug attached or is it connected to the power in another way?
How bright is 20 Watt G4 Halogen? Is this same as standard bulb or is this good light coverage?
How do you connect 2 of the 600mm under-shelf lights, either side of the cooking hob, to a single transformer? Or do I need 2 transformers? Transformer will probably be sited above the cabinets near a suitable mains socket.
Is this unit dimmable?