Miniature Undercabinet T5 Linkable Fluorescent Batten
Available in Six Lengths
Product Ref: 4067From £16.10 inc VAT
A neat and simple surface mounted under cabinet light which comes supplied with a warm white tube, switch, diffuser and a 2 metre mains lead. The fitting is linkable via direct connections or if you prefer link leads. Please note that your mains cable is wired into the side of the fixture.
Available in six lengths starting from 267mm up to 1500mm:
267mm batten designed for use with a 6 watt T5 lamp
343mm batten designed for use with a 8 watt T5 lamp
604mm batten designed for use with a 14 watt T5 lamp
904mm batten designed for use with a 21 watt T5 lamp
1204mm batten designed for use with a 28 watt T5 lamp
1500mm batten designed for use with a 35 watt T5 lamp
Ideal for kitchen units, pelmets and bedroom furniture. Each fitting is has a small rocker switch allowing the lights to be independently turned on and off.
Comes complete with a fluorescent lamp (3500k warm white) and 2000mm power cable.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||T5 Fluorescent|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||Yes|
|Construction||Plastic - ABS|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
Are the fixings for these lights available separately? I have some which have been in-situ a few years and are falling down as the plastic fixing is worn.
Hello, can these lights be dimmed?
Can you link the 1204mm T5 28w Slimline Fluorescent Battens with link leads?
Are these lights suitable for direct connection into a mains lighting circuit fused at 5 Amps.?
How long is the whole light including the connectors?
I need to know an overall length including the push-in lead before the cable flex to see if it will fit under my kitchen cabinets.
Can I buy longer power lead ? I though i saw an option when i ordered the lights but cannot find them. I need 1m long power lead
Can these units be chained together by link leads, or do they each need a seperate feed from a junction box or plug.
Can these be wired in to electricity?