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Lighting Out Of The Box - Plaster Wall Light
Up and Down Light from Two Lamps
Product Ref: 1742£41.20 inc VAT
A plaster wall light with direct and indirect lighting from two mains halogen lamps. A very popular plaster wall light for many locations within the home or office at a great price.
This is a small (Height 75mm x Width 353mm) plaster wall light which houses two G9 mains halogen lamps. There are two frosted glass panels at the bottom allowing the light to shine through. The top of this light is open to let the light shine upwards. If white is not the colour you desire this plaster wall light can be painted to suit your decor. We would always recommend leaving it unpainted as these plaster wall lights look great au naturel.
Sits flush to the wall and comes with screws included to fit the light.
Designed for use with mains G9 28 watt maximum capsule lamps. Can be dimmed if required and also plenty of room in the fitting for G9 LED lamps if you required a more energy saving lamp.
|Number Of Lamps||2|
|Lamp Type||G9 Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
Could you tell me if G9 LEDs can be used in this?
Is there frosted glass on top and on bottom of lamp and does the glass remove to make painting easier?
Can this wall light have a coloured film fixed to the top to change the colour of the light?
Would 2 of these lights sufficiently light a 10m2 bedroom/study?
These lights are described as being made of plaster, can they be painted?
Can these lights be used with energy saving bulbs? If so, are any specific bulbs recommended?