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LED Outdoor Adjustable Ground Light
Choose from Aluminium or Stainless Steel
Product Ref: 51825From £113.20 inc VAT
A fantastic adjustable exterior recessed LED light, ideal to highlight trees, statues or pathways as required or install in those flower beds to add a little extra intrigue.
Offered here with either a hard anodised aluminium or brushed marine stainless steel bezel (316l).
With an IP67 rating, these are protected from immersion from water for a period of time but more importantly, they will be safe from jets of water under pressure.
In-built LED is adjustable up to 30 degrees at the time of installation, allowing you to angle the light exactly where you want it.
Complete with an 8.6 watt LED, 3000k and 36,000-hour lamp life - ideal for long-lasting energy efficiency. The LED COB has a 19° beam angle.
Pre-wired with a cable length of 1300mm.
A ten-year warranty applies to the housing and 3-year warranty to the LED chip and LED power supply (driver).
Supplied with burial pot for use in loose ground, not required when used in decking, walls, ceramic tiles, or paving slabs.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Suggested Void Depth||155mm|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
|Kelvin||3000°K - Warm White|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Could you please advise how far from the wall the lights need to be placed?
Can the lamp be replaced or the whole unit will have to be replaced when the lamp goes off?
How many lights in a pack?
Is the secondary voltage (low voltage) 24 VDC /12 VDC?