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Triangular Design Cabinet Light - White with Frosted Glass
Can use 12 Volt G4 or LED Capsule Lamps
Product Ref: 1917£10.90 inc VAT
Fitted at the rear of the cabinet and looks really good under kitchen units without pelmets at the bottom of the cupboard. For a neat installation the flex feeding the light simply passes up the rear of the cabinet where it is plugged into a transformer on top of the cabinet.
Frosted glass insert diffuses the light for a softer effect. Can be used with halogen lamps or these can be swapped out for LED G4 base lamps.
Provides excellent lighting whilst being discreet.
Provides a wide distribution of light (250 lux at 0.5 metres and 70 lux at 1.0 metre) when used with a 20w halogen lamp.
Comes with 1 x G4 20w Halogen lamp.
|Number Of Lamps
|G4 - 12v Halogen Capsule
|Part L Compliant Luminaire
|Glass - Clear
|Class 3 - Requires a low voltage supply
|No driver or transformer is supplied with this fixture (sold separately)
I got old lightning of this product that need to be replaced. If this product is discontinued, can you offer similar product that there is no need to modify anything to install?
How do you change the bulb?
How do i change the bulb
I am trying to find some spares for these lights the plastic ring that screws the glass cover on to the light.
does this include the grey fixing bracket?
How do you change the lamp?
Order received. One light installed.Working OK. Looking forward to the day that a new bulb is required, I failed to gain access as unlike your example below, the units received have a protective glass..Tried to remove outer silver ring without success. Please advise removal procedure.
can this be dimmed off a normal wall dimmer switch?
I am interested in purchasing these and wish to know if these lights become hot when in use. I have been told by friends that they are unable to store some food stuff in cupboards with lights underneath due to the heat produced by the lights.
Do these have on/off switch?