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Super Shallow Recessed LED Ground Light
Only 40mm Depth - White or Blue LEDs
Product Ref: 3459£43.15 inc VAT
Ideal for both domestic, and commercial use. As this is extremely low profile its very versatile. Contemporary but stylish design, constructed from aluminium with a stainless steel bezel and polycarbonate sleeve (for use in concrete). Perfect for decking areas, walkways and drive ways. (When driving at 5mph the weight limit is 800kg.)
IP65 rated - Giving you dust tight and water protection. Water projected from a nozzle.
Supplied with 1 x 1.7w LED lamp. White (60 lumens) or blue (10 lumens). Please note: This lamp can not be dimmed.
Bezel - 108mm x Body: 96mm.
Cut out: 90mm.
Sleeve - 96mm x Sleeve: 51mm.
Cut out: 97mm.
240v - Does not require an LED driver.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Can you confirm diameter of the super shallow recessed led ground light?
Is this light dimmable?
What is the colour temperature of the white coloured light?
Can you tell me what the max that can be connected together at the moment I have 29 led deck lights with 3 separate transformers and they just fail so often its unreal, so I had hoped I could have 29 of these daisey chained from the mains so would be a lot easier to sort if one blows.
Is the LED bulb replaceable?
Can 9 of these fittings be used controlled on one switch?
Are these lights suitable to be installed in a brick path where the bricks are porous to rainwater?
Would these lights be suitable for installing in a concrete ramp pathway we are about to get built and if not can you advise me what would be suitable.
do i need a driver to run these lights and how many can i have per driver?