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Eyeball Downlight for R80 Mains Reflector Lamps - Adjustable
Choose Brass, Chrome or White Finish
Product Ref: 5441From £14.20 inc VAT
You could replace your old eyeball downlights with a different type of fixture but if you are looking for a quick and easy solution you could simply buy a shiny new replacement. This is an ideal way to revamp a room simply by switching those tired looking brass spotlights (you know the ones that have developed liver spots) with this swanky looking new downlight!
350º rotation and 45º tilt allow you to direct the light where you need it.
Designed for screw-in E27 R80 (80mm diameter) reflector lamps. Can use energy-saving and LED lamps.
The minimum void depth is 150mm.
The bezel size is 170mm. The recommended cut out is 140mm (but the spring clips will hold in holes of 150mm) and can be used in lathe and plaster and plasterboard ceilings up to 40mm thick
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Suggested Void Depth||150mm|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
Can I rotate the light once fixed?
I have a cutout width of 130mm, would I be able to install this?
Can you please tell me the cavity depths required for the R80, R63 and R50 eyeball downlights?
Does the fitting come complete with the lamp holder?
Do these lights work with dimmer switches?
Are the white finish lights made of plastic or metal?
Would you know the max angle of the eyeball please?
I have a brass eyeball downlight that I wish to change for chrome but I am not sure if they are R80? The hole that they fit into is 10cm.
Are the R80 eyeball lights fire rated? If not do I need to install a fire hood?
We have old spots that are 16cm in diameter in all the rooms in our new house - would these be suitable for that size? We are unsure of the recess hole size behind these - are the springs suitable to hold this if the hole is slightly bigger?
I need a downlight, the problem I have is the cutout holes are 150 mm diameter.Do you have a product that would be suitable?
Do you have a downlight the same as ref:5441 that would accept a gu10 lamp
Can I use led bulbs with this fitting?
I have never fitted this kind of light (large eyeball R80 recessed ceiling light). How do the clips hold the lamp in place? What do they grip to?
How are these fittings wired up to the actual ceiling loop wires?
Is the Eyeball Downlight for R80 Reflector Lamp suitable for installation in a kitchen?
can these lights be uses in bathroom?
Will these easily replace 20 year old R80 eyeball downlighter units
Are the lamps fixed or can you angle them?
What is the min. ceilng void required for eyeball MLME05/MLME06 lamps i.e. what is the total depth of the lamps?
Are they screw fitting or bayonet spots?
Is this eyeball downlight fire resistant. Because our electrician recommends that we buy a safe product? Is it made in the UK? Please let me know.