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Adjustable Bar MR16 Spotlight For Tension Wire Systems
Black, White or Chrome Finish
Product Ref: 41035From £38.88 inc VAT
An adjustable tension wire spotlight using a robust rod design. Offers 350º rotation in the horizontal axis and 90º in the vertical allowing you to direct the light exactly where it is required.
The small handle to the back of the fitting, not only adds a little extra detail but also allows the fitting to be moved while on and in-situ.
Designed for use with an MR16 (GU5.3 base) low voltage lamp up to 50 watts. Works very well with all designs of LED lamps and accommodates all sizes and wattages.
Available in either black, white or chrome and with matching tension wire, you can easily create a system to suit your decor.
The cables under tension should be around 155mm centres for this fitting.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||MR16 - 12v|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when using the specified equipment|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
I am requesting the full length of this product to see if it will reach from end to end in the room I am supplying it for?
I am renewing a LV tension wire system, and wish to use the existing transformer, which is an ITAC PT300 rated at 300VA max. The wire run is about 7.5m, so I envisage needing 20m of wire. I should like to have up to 10 lamps along the run if possible: if converting to LED, what is the maximum number of lamps I can have? - i.e. do I use the LED wattage (eg 7.5W) or do I calculate on the halogen-equivalent (eg 35W)? When it comes to choosing bulbs, do I need to specify for example Philips ones that are 12V AC (rather than DC) to cope with the old transformer?