LED Replacement Downlight for R63 & R80 Fire & IP65 Rated
Works with Existing Apertures (Holes) from 63mm to 130mm
Product Ref: 41420From £54.00 inc VAT
Have you cut the hole too big? Need to replace a large old fashioned mains R63 or R80 downlight? This is the easiest and most modern answer to your dilemma.
This solution uses a dedicated LED SMD chip fixture and an oversize bezel making it suitable to cover holes left by large older style downlights. Will work with existing apertures (holes) from 63mm up to 130mm.
The LED light component uses a 8w chip in two colours:
- 3000°k 580 lumens
- 4000°k 640 lumens
Each has a reflector giving a 40º beam making it a valid alternative to a 50w halogen lamp. Over 25,000 hours lamp life.
The LED light component also makes use of an intumescent seal to provide fire protection. In the event of a fire or high temperatures, this substance swells and stops fire from entering the ceiling void for up to 90 minutes.Offered in three finishes - white, polished chrome or brushed chrome.
IP65 rated so dust tight and offering protection from water projected from a nozzle. This is a downlight that could be installed in many areas in the home especially the bathroom.
Complete with LED driver which is fully dimmable on most leading and trailing edge dimmers that can handle the lower loads of LED lamps.
We also offer a dimmer module that will replace the dimmer inside your switch plate if your existing dimmer is incompatible.
This will operate a single downlight or a larger quantity.
Optional IC Cage available, allowing use under standard, mineral wool style, insulation when installed in conjunction with IC Cage. This can be directly covered with insulation.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Lumens Per Watt||73|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on trailing edge (reverse phase dimmers)|
|Suggested Void Depth||110mm|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Are the lamps replaceable? I am trying to replace old-fashioned ceiling downlights.
The only way the large bezel is held up is with the smaller bezel attached to the lamp? Is that correct?
Are these lights fire rated?
I have holes 160mm diameter. Would these fittings hold in this size hole?