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Budget Friendly LED Bathroom Shaver Light in White
Dual Voltage Socket - 110v and 240v
Product Ref: 2090£34.90 inc VAT
Not the most technically advanced shaver light - more of a continuation of good working practice.
Supplied with an integrated LED light using only 6 watts. Long lamp life means no maintenance, reduced heat and lower running costs.
Unlike the new kids on the block this shaver light is switchable between 110v and 240v for the shaver and US shaver plugs will fit the shaver socket. Inside is a safety isolating transformer rated at 1 amp to protect you if you do something daft!
The shaver socket in this fitting will only operate when the light is switched on so if you wish to charge your toothbrush overnight with the light off we would suggest you look at another model.
IP20 rated for bathroom zone 3. Has pull cord operation to switch on and off.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Lumens Per Watt||75|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||Yes|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|Kelvin||3000°K - Warm White|
|Driver||Includes remote driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Is there an alternative diffuser or cover for this lamp? In particular something more opaque.
I need to replace a shaver light which was screwed to the wall above the mirror. The existing screw holes in the wall are 205mm apart. Will this model fit same screw holes ?
What bathroom zone is this light rated for, and does it have an IP score?
What length S15 does this take? I need one that uses 221mm.
When I unplug the razor or electric toothbrush from the unit, the unit is continuing to hum as if something is still plugged in. The light is working fine. Is this dangerous, and do you know how to solve this? (Turning the fuse box off for that room is the only way of stopping it currently)
I`ve just replaced the bulb and still not working, does it have a fuse somewhere and if so where?