Low-Level & Low Glare Guide Light with Long-Life LED
Fantastic Product for Use Inside or Out - Offered in 3 Finishes
Product Ref: 30779From £50.53 inc VAT
These fantastic low-level marker lights with eyelid detail provide useful light and a very desirable light effect. They also benefit from the use of high-quality materials that make it suitable for use inside and out.
Low-level light is great installed along lower walls for low-level lighting or as guide lights for steps and pathways.
Choose between black, polished nickel or silver finishes. The nickel version is suitable for coastal locations.
IP65 rated providing protection from water, making them suitable for outdoor use, and great for the British weather!
Semi-recessed design means only a circular hole is required (62mm diameter) and this may also house the small 3 watt LED power supply.
If desired, or to suit the design, a number of these LED lights can be operated by a larger LED power supply which can be installed remotely. Wire in series only.
3000°k warm white colour temperature - 2 Watt. Dimmable when used with a dimmable driver and circuit has sufficient loading.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when using the specified equipment|
|Suggested Void Depth||30mm|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Kelvin||3000°K - Warm White|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
I'm installing a total of 12 lights on the same circuit. can I power from a bigger driver (bigger than 10w) and whats the maximum length we can run?
Do you have a typical detail section through this product and how it would fix to a wall?
Hi have purchased 3 of these what is the best transformer To purchase if I want to use them with a dimmable switch? Many thanks
Can you advise which of the drivers I should choose, or why one over the other? I am looking to order 6 fittings. Should I buy the 3w or the 10w driver?
It states that the suggested void depth is 30mm, however, the plastic casing is more like 60mm - can you cut this down?
What precisely does semi recessed mean?