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LED Scoop for Low Level, Glare-Free Lighting
Great for Lighting Stairs or Walkways
Product Ref: 2736From £38.88 inc VAT
A silver grey or white subtle low level lighting with a 1w high power LED. With its square design and faceted reflector, which is great for casting light down and out. Designed for installation into plasterboard - requires an overall recessing depth of 45mm minimum.
Cut out: Height: 81mm x Width: 69mm.
A frame is available to aid installation in brickwork walls that can be plastered into place, see below in the variants. If using the frame for this fixture continue to use the same size cut out. (81mm x 69mm). If installing into a plasterboard a frame is not required.
Ideal installed along corridors and stairways.
We suggest that drivers are located remotely where access can be gained if repair or replacement is required.
Total circuit wattage should not exceed approximately 80% of rating of the driver.
Offered in two colour temperatures - 3000k (Warm white) or 4000k (Neutral white)
Requires 350mA LED driver and to be wired in series.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Suggested Void Depth||38mm|
|Construction||Aluminium - Powder Coated|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
|PDF Document(s)||Installation Help|
We are moving in a new house where the staircase is already built. We would like to add some led spotlights. Is it possible to happen?
Are these dimmable?
What does K mean? eg 3000k
We'd like to install these in our new build: do we need a separate driver for each fitting, and can they be triggered by a PIR?
We are looking to install the lights in a staircase where you can walk past on ground level. When looking up at the lights the bulb inside the light mustn't catch the eye. Would these ones work well in that respect? Do you have any others that are similar but smaller in size?
What type of LED does this fitting take? Can you replace the LED, should it fail 30,000 hours later?