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Product Ref: 5601£19.95 inc VAT
These fire resistant bathroom downlights are available in a chrome finish. They are great for bathrooms or living spaces and will provide up to 90 minutes fire protection (BS476:part 21).
IP65 rated offering protection from water projected from a nozzle and dust, making it suitable for all the bathroom zones 1, 2 and 3.
Designed for use with a mains MR16 50 watt max lamp and also requires a 12v transformer, not supplied.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||MR16 - 12v Halogen Reflector|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
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will this design be suitable for existing 90 mm cut outs?
What is the outside diameter of this light?And what size is the hole required for it to fit into? does it come with a dimmable driver? can you do them in polished brass?
My original cut out is 75mm. Will these still be okay to use as a replacement to my existing fitting?
Hi, do you know if you can use LED lamps with this downlight? And then you do not need a transformer correct?
At 116mm, the unit is relatively deep. Does it have any minimum requirement for clear space above it, please? My ceiling is 15mm, and the recess 155mm, which would leave 54mm above. Thank you.
What size cut-out is it, 70mm?
Do the lights come with the transformer required for them to be low voltage?