Low-Glare Dimmable LED Bathroom Downlight - Chrome
Offered in warm or cool white LED colour
Product Ref: 4420£21.70 inc VAT
We can't think of anyone who would want to lay in the bath and look up at a regular ceiling recessed downlight; its unpleasant and in lighting terms is called discomfort glare.
To overcome glare lighting designers use indirect light, a way to obtain high light levels from reflected light. This clever fixed downlight uses the principle of indirect illumination, and when viewed from any angle you just see reflected light inside the recessed dome as the SMD 2835 LED chips are located around the outside of the open bezel.
So you can now illuminate your bathroom without the glare associated with standard downlights, and as these lights are dimmable on a standard rotary dimmer you can adjust the light output to suit the mood.
The bezel is made from die-cast zinc alloy and is chrome plated. The centre, while open, still provides a high ingress protection of IP65 (jetproof) so can be used in bathroom zones 1 and 2.
It's fire rated and resists sound transmission and can have insulation put directly over the top of the downlight without any overheating or fire risk.
It's shallow too, only needing a void of around 50mm for installation.
Sprung steel clips fixing folds back against the body making installation easy in ceilings of any thickness including double skinned plasterboard and metal ceiling tiles
Cut out 95mm with 110mm diameter bezel.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||Yes|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Suggested Void Depth||50mm|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|Driver||Includes remote driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Where can I get a 78mm hole saw cutter?
Hi looking to fit 4 of these down lights can I run 4 from the one transformer or is it one transformer per light thanks
I am concerned about ease of lamp replacement - does the outer bezel remain in the ceiling and an inner section down to change the lamp? How is this held in place? Or does the whole fitting have to be removed?
Could you please tell me where in the bathroom these lights are suitable and within regulation?