Trimless Plaster-in Downlight - Round
Easy to Install Design - Suitable for DIY-ERS
Product Ref: 6268£27.84 inc VAT
A fixed round downlight for mains GU10 base lamps, but halogen or LED lamps can be used.
A deep lamp recess and trimless looks create a modern, low profile style lighting effect and helps to reduce glare.
This fixture can be installed without a plaster skim coat; the simple design means you can joint fill the gap with plasterboard joint tape and filler, rub down and paint. Some trimless downlights can be a bit of a fiddle to install. This is the easiest of those on the market with a simple spring clip holding the lamp in place.
Installation is easy for end users and contractors...
- Put on some clean gloves!
- Wire in the mains supply and pull the lamp holder through the fixture so it can be accessed after installation.
- Cut a square hole, angle the fixture and insert into the ceiling.
- Lower the fixture and the lugs sit on top of the plasterboard.
- While holding the fixture down put two screws through the plasterboard, through the lugs and fix in place.
- 6. Plaster or fill the gap, allow this to dry.
- When dry insert lamp and position spring clip to retain the lamp
- Take off gloves and pat yourself on the back.
Desired recess depth 150mm - to ease installation.
NOTE: Because this downlight it designed for plasterboard ceilings up to 12.5mm thick. The fixed brackets cannot be adjusted for deeper ceilings.
|Number Of Lamps||1|
|Lamp Type||GU10 Base Mains Lamps|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Suggested Void Depth||150mm|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
I have ordered a single light so that my builder can check it is suitable for the ceiling he will be putting in. Can you tell me how many you would recommend for a room approximately 4 metres square?
I have been told that these lights give a narrow beam of light because they are effectively in a tunnel, and therefore may not be suitable for a living room where an even distribution of light is needed. Is that the case?
Do you have a fire rated version?