Bathroom LED Colour Changing Downlight - IP65
Colour Changing, 3000k Warm White & Dimmable
Product Ref: 1797From £10.00 inc VAT
An updated package of our remote control colour changing lamps including a high-quality die-cast aluminium housing suitable for use in your bathroom as this is IP65 Rated.
Now available with a choice of 2 differing styles of downlight, all fixed (see photographs for variations). All options are finished in brushed aluminium with a tempered glass diffuser.
The perfect mood enhancement for your bathroom. Containing the latest in colour changing LED technology providing infinite adjustment of speed and colours - up to 1.2 million static colours all of which are dimmable down to 10%. Unlike most RGB lamps, At the press of a button, this can provide an excellent 50w equivalent 3000k warm white light without having to install additional lighting.
The lamp has a life span of approximately 50,000 hours.
Although this fitting requires remote control for use, if it is fitted as part of your mains wall light switched circuit it will resume from its last known state when switched on.
The receiver is built into the lamp, Unlike older IR RGB lamps where you would need to hold the remote close to the lamp. This Elite lamp uses RF (radio frequency) with a multi-directional remote, this means the remote would change the colours easily anywhere in the room. We've tested this, we managed to keep changing the colours in a different room.
Each lamp can be paired to one of four lighting channels. This allows individually switched scenes within a room can be controlled by one remote.
The kit consists of a colour change lamp, die cast aluminium housing and a GU10 lamp holder. You are only going to need one remote control so just order one kit complete with remote as below, and then as many additional kits as you require without the remote. Simples.
We also list the downlight individually. This allows you to install a normal white LED or halogen lamp and have them match the style of your colour changing fittings.
Downlight C - Cutout 65mm x Diameter 83mm
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when using the specified equipment|
|Suggested Void Depth||100mm|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
|PDF Document(s)||How to sync the lamps|
I have 8 down lighters would I have to remove all 8 bulbs to fit 8 colour changing or could I switch 4 on with existing pull switch and control 4 from remote
I have an existing ceiling hole of 75mm. Can I fit the type C in it? How is it secured?
I bought a Bathroom LED Colour Changing Downlight - IP65 from yourselves and just had it installed. However the light works and the remote lights up but I can not control the light from the remote.
I need 4 down lights to go around a ceiling mounted shower head. they need to change to multiple colours and be in synch to one remote. it is a new room nstallation so being installed from scratch. what do I need to buy?
I can see you've already said the LED light doesn't generate much heat but just to confirm - is this item suitable for an installation underneath a loft flooring and surrounding by insulation??
When it’s dark are the white lights sufficiently bright for cleaning the bathroom and everyday use ? I like the idea of the coloured lights when having a relaxing bath but just want ordinary light in the day ?
I already have downlights in my bathroom so do I just need a bulb and remote control to create mood lighting?
Can I get these: 1x blue and 1 x purple. They will be wired into a permanent lighting circuit?
Is it possible to set the lamp so it scrolls through the colour range automatically?
My lights are stuck on the colour RED. Please help.
Can these RGB colour changing lights be controlled by a wall switch as they will be fitted in a hotel and the remotes go missing
What is the depth of the recess required?
Does one remote control all the lamps?
Would I be able to wire these lights into my original lighting circuit , and turn them on using my bathroom light switch ? Will this method turn the lights on or will the remote power on button need pushing first?
Is it possible that you can create a normal clear colour with these lights, as it is mentioned that you can have any colour spectrum. Or would these lights only create a definite colour spectrum only. It would be nice to have normal when required.
Hi. could you adivise what else I need to buy with the kit if I am installing from scratch rather than retro-fitting? I have a mains socket in the ceiling, so I am looking for a power source that I can just plug in.
Do I also need to buy an LED driver?
Can these be used with a dimmer switch?
Are these lights sutable for down lighters on the ceiling above bookshelves?
Does the remote control switch the light on and off as well as control the colours etc?