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High Quality LED Marker Lights - for furniture or kitchen plinths
Professional LEDs - available in 3 or 6 light kits
Product Ref: 5168From £36.91 inc VAT
Quick, simple and easy quality LED light finished in matt nickel. Drill a 8mm hole in your furniture, bookcase, cabinet, plinth or steps and screw the fitting it, connect to driver and junction box and you are ready to go - it really is that easy.
Available as two kits - 3 light or 6 light. Both kits come with a driver and a junction box.
Low energy and cool running temperature, fittings only use 0.6w.
Offered here with a choice of LEDs, either warm white for wood and warm tones, or white for white surfaces, granite, slate and blue or green surfaces.
Note: because of the compact size of these LEDs the electronic components are incorporated into the junction box. This means you have to use all of the LED lights in a kit i.e. you cannot only use 4 or 5 heads on the six light kit or 2 lights on a 3 light kit.
- Available in 3 or 6 light kit
- Supplied as a kit - Driver and junction box included
- Plug and play
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Kelvin||3000°K - Warm White|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Can you tell me whether these will be fine (IP and Zone rating) for a niche/alcove in a shower area (wetroom)
What length of cable comes out the back of the lights?
I plan to install these in my floor level kitchen plinth and the power socket is it one end of the kitchen.
Also can an electrician fit a switch into the wiring allowing control of the lights above the level of the worktop.?