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Product Ref: 4420From £3.89 inc VAT
This is a two part IP44 rated downlight making it suitable for use in showers, bathrooms, or other damp places. It can also be used as a regular downlight throughout the home.
Made from die-cast zintec alloy which has been chrome plated. A silicon ring sits between the housing and the ceiling to maintain the splashproof integrity.
Sprung steel fixing fold back against the body making installation easy in ceilings of any thickness including double skinned plasterboard and metal ceiling tiles.
Removable two-part housing allow easy maintenance and lamp replacement. The centre section twists out to provide access and has a toughened cover glass in front of the lamp.
Areas of use include commercial, residential (especially for bathrooms) external canopies and soffits.
Cut out 78mm with a suggested void depth of 120mm.
This fixture comes with a lampholder for 12v MR16 lamps. It can be used with mains GU10 halogen and LED lamps, simply purchase a GU10 lampholder to do this.
If using as a low voltage fixture a transformer is required.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||Varies - See Description|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Suggested Void Depth||120mm|
|Construction||Polished Chrome and Glass|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
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?