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Triangular LED Undercabinet Lights - Low-Profile Design
Sensor Control Option Available
Product Ref: 3355From £16.88 inc VAT
These LED under cabinet lights have been in our range for a few months now and we are really pleased with how well they have been received.
So why are they good? Well the light from them is a good coloured white light, no tinges of pink and blue. They also pack a punch with each head giving as much lights as a wide angled 35w halogen lamp.
Add to this the low running costs (1.65 watts per head), long lamp life (60,000 hours), and you can see how they are a winner.
The sensor is really cleverly designed - obviously you don't want the lights turning on and off as you cut a loaf of bread so you need to swipe your hand within 5 to switch them on or off. But if you are having quite a bit of work undertaken you can, of course, use the versions without sensors and connect these to a fused spur or light switch. Each sensor unit has a socket to plug in one or two (max) slave units.
Lastly, we try to anticipate all questions but if you have unanswered questions please use our Q&A or call the customer service team.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
Can you advise how these are fitted, are they surface mount, or will i need to drill a hole in the bottom of my cabinets
I like these lights in warm white but do not want any with a sensor. Is it possible to fit some lights e.g. 6 under kitchen shelves to work only with a wall switch?
Are these lights dimmable?
We have a run of wall units approx 3.35m. Do you think 3 of these would be enough to light that stretch?
I need 5 lights in one run. Do I need the 3 light pack and 2 slaves, or 3 light pack and 2 individual lights? And...is there a chance of getting these lights in polished chrome?
You mention that it is intended to be wired into a fused spur, can it be wired into a light switch.
How is the power supply fed - through 13a socket or by perm wiring?
How long is the lead on the power supply?
How long is the lead from the sensor light to the power supply?
How long is the lead from the sensor light to the slaves?
How much power do these units draw. Plus based on 35w. does this mean that a set of 3 is like having a 100w bulb under your units?
How many LED`s does each unit have and what is the output?
On one side of the kitchen I need to fit 3 lights and on the opposite side i need to fit 2 lights.
So my question is that can i operate the two sides independantly by getting 2 sensor lights and 3 slaves, but connecting them to the one 15w Power supply with 6 way port? Or would I need two power supplies?
whats the max number of slave lights
what max range is the sensor can be activated