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Modern Dimmable Spotlight for Mains GU10 Lamps - 4 Finishes
Square Backplate is Unswitched and Round Backplate is Switched
Product Ref: 6311From £50.30 inc VAT
A modern single spotlight with an adjustable head allowing you more choice where the light is placed and directed. Rotates 330º from the base and the head tilts 90º.
Ideal for many areas across the home such as living areas and offices providing direct lighting. Available in four finishes black, white, nickel or bronze. As this has an IP20 rating it is suitable for bathroom zone 3, and the outside zones.
Can be either wall-mounted or ceiling mounted. A three-light round spotlight is also available in the same range, see separate listing below.
Square Backing Plate - Unswitched
Requires 1 x 50 watt maximum GU10 lamp
An energy saving LED option can be used
Round Backing Plate Spotlight - Switched
Requires 1 x 6 watt maximum GU10 LED lamp
If you wish to dim either fitting please ensure you choose a dimmable lamp.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
Does the square base have a switch?
What is the height of this light?
What are the dimensions of the baseplate for round and square?
Does this one also rotate 330 degrees from the base and head 90 degree?
Does this fixture come wired for 120 volts? Do you ship to the US?
to clarify... can they rotate up AND down if needed, even after installation?
How adjustable are the lights? If they were fixed on a vertical bulkhead, can they point up or down if needed?