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Product Ref: 3560£22.76 inc VAT
A very popular recessed downlight, adjustable and offered in a robust galvanised zinc finish. Provides long-life, maintenance-free. service as a soffit downlight for washing the exterior walls of your building.
Accommodates mains LED lamps with a GU10 base - no transformers or drivers required.
Tilt adjustment allowing more flexibility and direction as to where the light is placed. Offers up to 35º adjustment great for highlighting particular areas of a building or providing interest through washing walls with light.
Designed for use with a mains GU10 base lamp up to 35 watts maximum. LED lamps are a good investment when used at high level.
IP23 rated providing protection from the British weather. Ideal for use in coastal areas with a 15 year guarantee.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
Are these dimmable please?
Are these dimmable?
Would this light be suitable for a conservatory fascia? I'm looking for a light that will cast a beam towards the garden but also the path below. The soffit isn't wide enough to accommodate lights but the fascia probably is. Is this light provided with a dimmer switch? And is it possible to have 5 or 6 lights on the same dimmer switch?
What's the maximum soffit thickness that these lights will fit?
Is this suitable to run off a mains circuit so no transformers are needed? I want to create a run of eight through the eaves but also need these to be easy to remove and replace, if necessary in the future, without having to take the larch cladding in the soffits off. Do they have clips so pull down quite easily?
Are these galvanised down lights suitable for a coastal location?
Is the tilt on these lights fixed or can it be adjusted?
Can this product be used in Denmark?
Can it be ordered from you?
do you not stock a similar item that is finished in chrome?
My soffit is 50mm thick, would I be able to fit these spots?
Does this product need a transformer?