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IP55 LED Strip 1000mm Long
Sold as Kit with Everything you Need
Product Ref: 1080From £147.99 inc VAT
LED lighting is a great way of getting mood lighting in your bathroom and these sealed LED strips have 96 super flux LEDs in each 1.0 metre length.
We offer these in two sizes with two wattages. Available in and 1000mm (12w) - 3000°k which is a warm white.
These circuit board mounted LEDs are mounted in an aluminium profile which is sealed with synthetic resin to IP55.
We supply these as an installer kit which includes the LED strip, a 5.0 metre feed-in cable and a 24 volt 12 watt power supply.
Can be easily wall or ceiling mounted - just add the pack of ten to your basket when ordering. The plug and socket connection is between the DC power supply and the led lights - it is a push fit connection.
60 degree beam angle.
IP55 rating safe for use in zone 1: waterproof and safe.
|Number Of Lamps||72|
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Construction||Aluminium - Anodised|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Kelvin||3000°K - Warm White|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
In a small en-suite wet room shower measuring 1700x1300 will a 1000mm strip offer enough light?
Is a diffuser available for this LED strip? Is the strip designed to be visible or hidden from view?
Can these be fitted in zone 1 of a bathroom? I am thinking of fitting it into shower enclosure ceiling.
Can the lengths be cut? I need more than 1 m not less than 2m
If using these lights in the bathroom, surely they are illegal if you need to plug them in? Or at least it would be unsightly to have a cable running out the bathroom door to the nearest socket in the hall. Solution?