Low Level Wall-Recessed CCT Guide Light - Waterproof Design
Ideal for Landings, Bathrooms, Staircases, Hallways, Home Cinemas or Gardens
Product Ref: 52479From £25.50 inc VAT
When faced with installing a low-level, wall recessed light, it can be a lot easier if you choose one that can just be wired into the mains. Having an integral driver does make installation quicker and the electrician does not t have to think about where a LED power supply can be hidden.
With a sleek and modern design, the LED at the top provides glare-free, indirect light that illuminates the floor below the fixture.
This small and compact fitting comes with an integrated CCT switch which gives you the choice of three colour temperatures from the 1.5 watt, built in LED lamp. Choose from 3000K (warm white), 4000K (natural white) or 6500K (daylight white) light.
Perfect for adding additional illumination to hallways, staircases, bathrooms and exterior areas too.
You will require a void in cavity walls of 40mm or more. Can also be installed into solid walls inside or out (a housing is supplied for casting into concrete). Each fitting comes pre-wired with 200mm of cable.
IP65 rated, providing protection from projected water, dust-tight, making it suitable for bathroom zones 1, 2 and 3.
Diameter 75mm x minimum recess depth 40mm
This fitting does not require a back box.
The black bezel is supplied as standard but optional matt white or painted silver bezels can be purchased, see options below.
|Long Life LED Light Source
|Suggested Void Depth
|Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection
|Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply
Can these be used with a PIR sensor
I am wanting to install these into plasterboard on 25mm lathes over multi-foil insulation. Will they be suitable? The insulation does squash down to give about 40 to 45mm total depth (including the plasterboard) but that would mean that the back of the unit, and the wires, would be pushed against the insulation. Would that be a problem plus, I don't understand why they would have to be a minimum of 50mm from a joist when they're set into a wall. Bottom line is, would I be better with ones that would fit into a plasterboard socket box?
Hi, I am specifying these for a hotel and need to know whether they turn on automatically when there is no light.
Do these have a sensor or do you have to switch them on?
Are these suitable for coastal areas and can they be painted?
Do they come with a back box?