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Product Ref: 3569From £11.88 inc VAT
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Inside the fixture is an array of 26 SMD LED chips. The diffuser over the top is now frosted. This gives a wide spread of light which means that when used in even shallow spaces you get a good even illumination.
There is no heat from the lamp to scorch furniture, ideal if you are replacing halogen lights recessed into the cabinets.
Provides a wide distribution of light - all diodes have 160 degree beam angle. They give the 50% more light than a 20w tungsten halogen light (380 lux at 0.5 metres and 100 lux at 1.0 metre) and cost virtually nothing to run.
Fully Recessed (61mm drill bit) 10mm deep
For use in kitchen cabinets (top or bottom) or in flyover panels
Round Surface Mounted
The LED is housed in a low profile housing 14mm deep and 68mm in diameter
Both designs are available in a choice of colour temperatures:
3000ºk (warm white) light output enhances the colours of warm tones and wood materials
5000ºk (cool white) light output enhances the colour of white, blue, black and silver materials.
These high output LED under cabinet lights are suitable for recessing into furniture. This makes them suitable for flyover pelmets and for use in the top of kitchen cabinets. They can be used on the underside of cabinets only if you are competent enough to cut a rebate 10mm deep into the carcass with a plunge-cut router.
The lights are made from stainless steel with a brushed finish. They have a clear glass cover pre-wired with 2400mm flex.
The lights are not sold in kits this gives you the flexibility to position lights where desired and use whichever 12v power supply suits your needs.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - when using the specified equipment|
|Construction||Stainless Steel Brushed|
|Wiring Details||Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply|
|Driver||No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)|
Can I use these in a bridge unit to illuminate my kitchen sink. ? There is no IP rating mentioned.
I note that these units are supplied with leads and plugs but I cannot find reference to their length. Is it possible to shorten the lead and refix the plug?
Product Ref 3569 is this , as the picture a set of three with the driver
Can the 15w power supply run less than 3 lights? The reason for asking is that I would like to over-specify the transformer, in case I add more lights later.
I see from the answer to the above question ¬Why don````t you sell them in kits?¬ You say that the fixtures have a lead with a plug, which just pushes into a socket.
I want to connect mine to a light switch instead, can I just cut the plug off then wire into a light switch?
What kind of guarantee do these lights and the dimmer sensor switch come with?
How many lights are in a pack, and is the transformer a separate item?
For your very best led under cabinet lights which transformer do I need? Is the one in the picture part of them?
How do I change the bulb and what type of the bulb is it?
I want to recess these into a shelf that will be thicker than the light fitting body is this possible?
What is the equivalent light output of these when compared to halogen G4 lamps, are they the equivalent to or brighter than a 20 watt?
Can I extend the wires to put two lights on the other side of the kitchen? And will the sensory switch control all lights?
I would like to install under my kitchen cabinets
Can I install surface mounted lamps or why does a recess have to be cut
Which colour would be best for working /effect
I have seen some kits with a small inconspicuous switch, can I buy a switch with your undercabinet lighting ref JGSMLED? Thanks
can these lights be mounted into a kitchen pelmet above the doors, and are they flush, i.e. are they so low profile that the door will still open?
Also are they suitable for the same use in an ensuite (above sink opposite side of room to shower)
Why don`t you sell them in kits?
Are these as bright as halogen versions?