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Product Ref: 2241From £3.60 inc VAT
Enhance any kitchen with these low voltage under cabinet and furniture lights.
This light is offered in either highly polished chrome or brushed satin chrome. Do not be tempted to buy this type of fitting in white as it discolours quickly.
The three options listed here allow you to either recessed this light into furniture or surface mount it with a choice of a flat or angled housing.
However we do recommend the use of a lower wattage lamp if this fixture is rebated into the underside of carcase as heat from the lamp may scorch the furniture. If you have spent a lot on your new kitchen and want to avoid this potential problem use this fitting with the surface mounting ring or choose one of our LED products.
Frosted glass with aluminium reflector pre-wired with 1500mm flex with male connector.
Provides a wide distribution of light - (250 lux at 0.5 metres and 70 lux at 1.0 metre) when used with a 20w halogen lamp.
Maximum 20W (G4 halogen lamp included).
Note this product requires a transformer.
Use up to 3 lights on a 60va transformer. Use up to 5 Lights on a 105va transformer.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||G4 - 12v Halogen Capsule|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer|
|Construction||Steel with Chrome Finish|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
Is it possible to use led bulbs in these fittings, and, if so, which ones? Many thanks.
How are these lights attached to the underside of a kitchen pelmet - the existing, very similar fitting, I have used screws through two hard plastic mountings which have disintegrated due to the heat I assume. Also I cannot separate the two parts or see how the light fitting is connected to the wiring - can you tell me how it works on this fitting?
Do you do a similar fitting in a polished/brushed brass effect?
Can you advice what size of hole I need to drill for these lamps
Could you please confirm whether these lights can be operated (via suitable transformer) by a typical dimmer light switch on a wall? I understand this is not usually possible with LEDs but may be possible with these halogen fixtures. I too am looking for suitable light fittings to recess into the underside of shelves with limited space within, (34mm,) so will probably go for 10w lamps to lessen heat issues, but it is important to us that they are dimmable. Many thanks.
Can these light units fit under bathroom cabinet with cut out diameter of 50mm?
Are the lights plug in or mains ?
I want to be able to fit these into recesses in the bottom of a shelf. what physically holds these in place so that they don`t simply fallout of the recess?
I propose to fit these into a flyover shelf. There will be a gap of approx 15mm between the top of the shelf and the ceiling. I will use the 10w bulbs and recess the lights. Will this be sufficient ventilation or should I surface mount instead?
I`d like to buy these lights and recess them into my cabinets - two questions: Do you sell the 10W lamps that you recommend when doing this?. Secondly, once recessed, is anything visible on the inside of the cupboard (ie, preventing you from putting things on the bottom shelf?) Sorry if these questions are obvious!
Can you tell me how to open and replace the bulb on this type of lighting fixture?
You suggest fitting the surface mount ring will help prevent heat discolouration of the unit. If this ring is used can a 20W bulb then be used or do I still need to use a 10W bulb? Also I am using these lights in a connector panel just below ceiling height between a cupboard unit and the oven unit. This give plenty of ventilation so does this affect the bulb rating?
Can these fittings be supplied with 10w lamps instead of the standard 20w?
If the diameter of these lights is 70 mm, why the cut out required to recess them is only 58mm
Can you tell me the cut out to recess these lights?
We have two dark corner cupboards, can these lights be installed inside a cupboard?
How much heat do they give off? Should they be ventilated?