Shallow Fire Rated GU10 Downlight - Depth 70mm
Fixed, Tilt or IP65 Rated Options
Product Ref: 51870From £6.50 inc VAT
A ring of intumescent material that expands and closes off the hole during a fire means this fixture does not need a can behind the lamp, making it a shallow fire-rated downlight with a total depth of just 70mm. An ideal solution for those who do not have much room for installations above their ceiling.
This fitting is constructed from high-quality die-cast aluminium and steel while still remaining immensely affordable. Options include fixed, tilt and a glazed IP65 bathroom version.
Decorative bezels are offered in polished chrome, white and brushed nickel. These twist off, handy for decorating and it means the fixture can be relamped from below without taking the fixture for the ceiling.
The IP65 option gives you jet proof protection from water and can be used in any part of a bathroom ceiling.
Installation is eased by the tools-free installation that uses push-in wiring connections.
Fixed and shower option 68mm
Tilt option 78mm.
Designed for GU10 base mains lamp up to 35w. We highly recommend using LED lamps, for longer lamp life and energy efficiency.
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when used with a dimmable lamp (bulb)|
|Construction||Die Cast Aluminium and Steel|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
Can an ikea tradfri gu10 smart bulb be fitted to this
Would these be suitable to be fitted into a 100mm deep ceiling void? The void has kingspan insulation also, what gap will in need to leave inbetween the insulation and light?
Will this take a Phillips hue lamp in the tilt model and what will be the overall depth?
I'm looking to replace existing downlights with these and wondering what the terminating block looks like?
My existing setup has daisy chains from one downlight to the next. can these blocks support this?
Are these fittings suitable for mounting on combustible materials i.e. on a plywood soffit?
When used with dimmable LED lamps does this require a leading edge or trailing edge dimming switch?
Are the lights ok to have fibreglass insulation above without a fire hood or additional protection?
If the terminal bracket is not used can it be used in a void below 80mm?
How do you change the bulb?
Is the white fitting matt or glossy? What's the maximum height of the bulbs?
What’s the max dimensions of the bulb that can be fitted
What is the minimum void height for this unit?
What is the diameter of the bezel?
What hole size is required? I'm trying to replace some old 12V downlights which have a 95mm hole but only 70mm above to suspended thermal insulation.
Which are the best bulbs for light in a kitchen situation.