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Mains Tilt Adjustable Downlight
Chrome, White or Satin Nickel
Product Ref: 1133From £5.80 inc VAT
Tilt mains voltage downlight kit comprising die cast twist lock downlight, GU10 double insulated porcelain lamp holder and a 50w GU10 halogen lamp.
Available in chrome, White or satin nickel.
Firm Twistlock front lamp retaining ring for ease of installation and lamp replacement.
No fiddly lamp holding springs - re-lamp in situ.
Manufactured from high grade cast aluminium - high temperature stability. High quality satin silver finish.
Complete with easy wire, fully enclosed terminal housing with quick release captive securing screw and self locking cable clamp.
Strong rat trip clips for easy installation and secure fixing.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Construction||Cast Aluminium - Painted|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
How many degrees can this tilt?
Is this downlight fire-rated?
What is max adjustment angle of tilt?
Hi, Is this product dimmable and how deep is it?
Can you please provide all dimensions for this unit as well as details for electrical connection. I am constructing an external log summer room and wish to use this style of fitting in a recessed T&G ceiling that will be fitted to 150mm joists with 50mm celotex insulation
I`m looking for a round white tilt adjustable downlight - a bit like this one but it has to fit an existing 100mm cut-out with a maximum 75mm void. Having trouble finding one with the required depth.
Can these be used in a Zone 1 area?