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Soda Glass Round IP65 Downlight
Product Ref: 3081£45.60 inc VAT
A very pretty solid glass downlight that can be used to add interest to the ceiling in commercial and domestic settings. The tiered soda glass gives an interesting lighting effect on the ceiling and is perfect for shower cubicles or other areas in the bathroom. A square version of the same fitting is also available.
Offers an ingress protection of IP65 which is water jet proof making this suitable for use in bathroom zones 1, 2 & 3.
Re-lamping is carried out with the fitting in situ and no tools are required by twisting off the lamp.
Requires a GU5.3 50w lamp and a transformer.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||Varies - See Description|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Suggested Void Depth||85mm|
|Construction||Glass & Chrome|
|Wiring Details||Varies - See Description|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
What is the actual width of this light?
Would this light work in isolation or only as groups? We have a small bathroom with a low ceiling, which we would like a stylish light for.
My order for a soda Glass downlight (12v) was delivered today Thank you. My query is: There is a small wire cable connected from the reflector through the body of the light. I assume this is for safety but should it be removed prior to fitting?
I`ve bought a 360 flush Mount PIR light controller, can we use this with this fixture?
I am very interested in the Soda Glass downlight (ip65 mains) but my concern is that it would be fitted to a ceiling space filled with insulation. The question now is would this downlight be suitable and with any consequent fire risk involved?
Are these lights ok to be situated over a shower enclosure?
Can i use this product on a solid(non recessed) ceiling?
Will these lights take the new low energy light bulbs?