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Slimline LED Profile For Use Under Kitchen Cabinets
Provides a Continuous Line of Light without Breaks or Dots
Product Ref: 10150From £17.60 inc VAT
This out of the box under cabinet kitchen LED strip lights solves the headache of building a tape and profile system. At only 13mm wide it can be installed without fuss in many locations.
Offered in four lengths each with a choice or warm white or cool white LED chips this LED strip gives diffused lighting.
One big advantage is that this LED light fixture can be surface mounted to the underside of cabinets, or if you want a flush hidden light it can be semi-recessed into a slot cut with a router.
Obviously this slimline product is too small to have an integral power supply so this would normally be located on top of the wall cabinet.
Offered in the following lengths
Lumens - Cool white 5000k 295, warm white 3000k 258
Lumens - Cool white 5000k 472, warm white 3000k 413
Lumens - Cool white 5000k 958, warm white 3000k 838
Starter cable is required for each run of strips to be connected back to the driver. The input lead to this fixture is 1500mm long.
A total length of 3600mm can be powered from a single input lead at one end.
The longer fixture provides over 1200 lumens so this type of fixture is quite bright and gives practical yet very even task lighting.
As always the choice over what colour LEDs you choose is up to you. But we strongly suggest that cool white is used in in contemporary/modern kitchens that use white, grey and silver flecked granite while warm white LEDs are selected for kitchens with wood grain, warm coloured doors and worktops.
Use a Corner Link for bends in a run up to 90°.
Use a Wired Connector for breaks in the light up to 500mm (you can extend this length by connecting two connectors together).
Remember to add a suitable power supply to your basket to suit your layout and a starter cable.
Please note: When calculating measurements that the corner link and starter cable will add to the overall length. If unsure please do not hesitate to call.
New slimline drivers now available - only 16mm in depth with integrated JB4 ports.
For a sensor to dim and provide ON/OFF functionality, please see here.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
|PDF Document(s)||Specification Guide|
How does the starter cable connect to the driver? How is the fitting attached to the underside of a cabinet?
Which size power supply would I need to power 3 x 300mm strip light? One would be on its own and the other two connected together.
Please can you tell me the depth of the strip light?
How far can the lights be recessed and how far would they then protrude, please?
Are they able to be controlled via wall dimmer and dimmable and if I buy them what else do I need.so they can be fitted
I assume that I buy a mixture of round cabinet LED lights ( cluster ) and LED slimline strip lights which are all 12VDC and "cool White". Can I wire then all to the same multiport PSU ( e.g. 15W 6 ports ). I assume the PSU are generic voltage regulated with all the LED products connected in parallel via the ports and that I just have to make sure the total power consumption is within the capability of the PSU?
What is the profile of these strips in mm? i.e. how thick are they/how much do they protrude?
Can these be trimmed to size?
Could these be used at the same distance from a tap and under a cabinet, but in a bathroom, ie in zone 2?