LED Fire Rated IP65 Downlight - Brushed Chrome
8w LED Lamp - 600 Lumens
Product Ref: 6635£17.00 inc VAT
Another great COB (chip on board) LED technology brushed chrome downlight that is small yet stuffed with features and benefits. These fire rated downlights have an IP65 rating, a COB LED with a lumen output of 600.
The light provided by these LED fixtures is warm white.
A great compact design ideal for voids that are reduced in height through services or structure. This COB LED downlight is ideal for use in domestic and commercial applications and is supplied with LED driver.
These fixtures are brighter than a 50w GU10 halogen lamp - 600 lumens.
This fixture is fire rated - rated to 30, 60 & 90 minutes (and acoustically rated).
This fixture is IP65 rated - jet proof and can be used in any part of a bathroom ceiling (including Zone 1 if used in conjunction with a 30MA RCD).
Easy installation - Push fit screwlless installation
Peace of mind - Comes with 5 year guarantee.
Easy low energy lighting - LED and fire rated.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||Yes|
|Suggested Void Depth||100mm|
|Construction||Aluminium - Powder Coated|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|Kelvin||3000°K - Warm White|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Do these lights have replaceable bulbs and are they suitable for use in a kitchen?
Are the LED bulbs replaceable?
Are the bulbs on these lights replaceable?
Is this item only available in warm white?
My bathroom is 2mx2m. I would like to install fire rated warm led downlights inc zone1. One above the bath with shower over. One or two others possibly dimmable.
Do I need 3x400 lumen not dimmable (I don`t want the small bathroom really bright lit) Or should I get 2 or 3x800 lumen dimmable (could this be dimmed to lower than 1200 lumen from 2400 ie. the same as 3x400 lumen.
Can you confirm the voltage for these fittings please?
What is the beam angle of these? I````m after a wider beam rather than spot
Do I need to order an additional transformer with these lights or are they included with the unit?
We are renovating a Farmhouse that has beams. What is the depth required for these lights.