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Modular Downlight Single, Dual or Triple - White or Aluminium
Mains 240v - Suitable for GU10 Lamps
Product Ref: 823From £9.00 inc VAT
This range of recessed boxed downlights is available in singular, twin or triple variants. Providing a clever tilt and turn mechanism for each head providing a flexible lighting solution. In the box are lamp holders for use with halogen or LED lamps and easy clip lamp securing design makes installation and re-lamping easy.
Constructed from a die-cast aluminium alloy. Each fixture has just 3mm projection and offers 355° rotation and up to 30° tilt.
Single Modular Downlight
Dimensions: 90mm square
Cut-out: 76mm square
Twin Modular Downlight Mains
Dimensions: 90 x 180mm
Cut-out: 79 x 168mm
Triple Modular Downlight Mains
Dimensions: 90 x 270mm
Cut-out: 79 x 258mm
Available in brushed aluminium or matt white finishes.
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when used with a dimmable lamp (bulb)|
|Suggested Void Depth||150mm|
|Construction||Aluminium - Brushed|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
What is the recess depth required in the ceiling to fit these? Do you have stock if the triple bulb fitting?
What holds the light up, is the box screwed to the ceiling joists?
Are these light fittings suitable with dimmable GU10 LED's?
Is there a 240V mains supplied version instead of the low voltage type?
What is the IP rating on these lights please?
How do I change a lamp in this design? I cannot find a way to unscrew the front rim. Taking the whole unit out of the ceiling seems like a horrible option to me.