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Modern Compact GU10 Mains Spotlight
Gloss Black, White and Silver Grey
Product Ref: 2742£25.06 inc VAT
A small, compact and discrete single spot light available in three finishes, either white, silver or black. This fitting is great for directing light to a particular area and will highlight wall features or pictures. Mesh to rear allows some light and heat out reducing the running temperature and giving a more even light.
Mounting plate allows plenty of room for connecting incoming mains supply (diameter 85mm, depth 25mm).
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Construction||Steel - Powder Coated|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
Can this light be used in a bathroom?
We are fixing these to a concrete wall so can't recess into the wall. Are these suitable and if not, can you suggest an alternative (in white). Thanks
Can this light sit on a beam in a vaulted ceiling?
Can I put LED bulbs in this fitting?
Is the GU10 light held in by a retaining ring or by the back connectors?
Is the diameter of the base for the black version smaller as it looks like it in the image?
Does a white version has a black cable and black screws on the side?
Does this light need a transformer? What is the difference between the length and the height? Is the diameter the lense diameter or the mounting plate diameter. Is it possible to see a photo of the mesh back to determine howmuch light leaks out there?
Can you recommend a dimmer for use with this lamp? If I fitted a LED bulb, then it would consume no more than a watt or two, yet the dimmers seem to be rated in kilowatts.