6w LED Downlight Converter - Three Finishes
White, Brushed Nickel or Chrome
Product Ref: 5172£15.00 inc VAT
Have you cut the hole too big? Need to replace large old fashioned mains downlights? The quick and easy solution is to use one of the retrofit converter downlights. Available in three finishes, white, polished chrome or brushed nickel.
This mains conversion kit contains a recessed downlight with an oversize bezel (150mm) suitable for easy covering a hole in your ceiling from 70mm up to 140mm in diameter.
Remove your old fitting from the ceiling and disconnect the mains supply. Connect the GU10 lamp terminal, put in your GU10 LED lamp and push up into the ceiling void. Job done. No plastering and no fuss.
Comes complete with a 6w LED glass lamp which is a fantastic lamp giving out the same light as a 60W halogen. Available in three colour temperatures, either warm white at 2700°k, neutral white at 4000k and daylight white at 6500°k. 520 lumens. 38º Beam angle.
Typical lamp life of 30,000 hour.
Sold as a kit: contains one fitting and one LED lamp.
Spare lamps can also be added to basket if required.
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
Could you confirm what connectors if any are needed please?
Is the converter save to fit in a bathroom over a bath
Is the led bulb replaceable or does it come as a whole unit that has to be changed?
Are these lights suitable for a bathroom?
re 5172 are these lamps suitable for use in a bathroom?
Does this kit contain everything I need to replace light fitting, or is there anything else I need to buy in addition?
Also, are these lights suitable for use in a kitchen?
My cut out is 145 mm. The specification states between 70 and 140 mm. Would this product?
I was wondering if you can tell me the lumens rating for the 5w lamp.
Are these suitable for bathrooms?
Does this require a transformer to be purchased in addition to the downlight?