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Fire Rated Downlight Converter
Can be used with GU10 LED Lamps
Product Ref: 7222£19.00 inc VAT
An oversized fire rated downlight available in chrome.
Ideal for replacing and modernizing old downlights such as the R50 R63 and R80, as this can fit cut out holes from 70mm up to 150mm. Simply remove your old fitting from the ceiling and disconnect the mains supply. Connect the lamp terminal and push up into the ceiling void, add lamp and job done. No plastering and no fuss.
Offering up to 90 minutes protection from fires, and BS746 Part 20/21/22 and Part E (acoustic rating BS EN ISO 14100-3-1995. Loop in/out terminals for quick and easy installation).
Can be used with any GU10 lamp up to 50 Watts, suitable for use with LED and energy saving lamps.
Sadly this item has been discontinued and we have limited stock remaining, please call us should you require a large quantity.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when used with a dimmable lamp (bulb)|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
Are they suitable for covering with rockwool insulation.
Does this lamp require a transformer or does it get wired directly into the lighting/mains supply? Thanks
I have an 80mm round hole above a shower which needs a down light. Could I use this or do you have a downlight which needs an 80mm cutout?