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Adjustable Eyeball Downlight - White, Nickel or Brass Available
Covers Holes From 90mm - 140mm
Product Ref: 41045£9.50 inc VAT
Do you have an old downlight that you want to modernise? Still want the ability to tilt your light? Then this is the fitting for you!
This eyeball downlight has a 30º tilt and combined with the swivel gives you more flexibility on where your light is directed.
IThis conversion kit contains a recessed downlight with an oversize bezel (150mm) suitable for easy coverage of an existing hole from 90mm to 140mm in diameter. To ensure a good fit the position of the rat clips can be moved. Can be re-lamped from below.
Designed for MR16 base low voltage lamps up to 50w. LED lamps can be used.
Offered here in traditional brass, modern white or satin nickel finish.
In the box:
Ceiling recessed downlight
12-volt lampholder and heat-resistant wiring block
UV stop 50 watt 38° beam dichroic lamp
A 12 volt transformer must be used with this fixture.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||MR16 - 12v|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
Does this need a transformer please?
As this seems to be the only convertor plate (with eyeball) available in white, could you please confirm OK to use with a GU10 (4W LED bulb). I've already got the GU10 ceramic connector, bracket and tails.
I am looking for a polished brass GU10 LED eyeball dimmerable converter kit to cover a 140mm hole, can you help or advise
Do you do a mains version of this LV downlight?