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Unique LED Ground Uplights With Dusk to Dawn Sensor
Output - 1000 Lumens
Product Ref: 30583From £106.00 inc VAT
Part L of the Building Regulations specifies that exterior lights should have an efficiency greater than 45 lumens per circuit watt and be automatically controlled so as to switch off when daylight is sufficient.
So we are very pleased to be able to offer these recessed ground light which offer efficiencies over 100 lumens per watt and have a built in dusk to dawn sensor.
Rectangular in design with an aluminium casing, pre-wired with 900mm of flex terminated with an IP65 waterproof loop in, loop out connection box.
The bezel is made in 310 grade stainless steel with a bevelled edge. In the box is a plastic burial pot for casting into concrete.
Features a long integrated LED with an average lamp life of 20,000 hours.
9 & 12 Watt Option
175mm x 155mm and depth 110mm
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Lumens Per Watt||100|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||Yes|
|Construction||Stainless Steel Brushed|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
|Kelvin||3000°K - Warm White|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Do you offer any recessed downlighters with dusk to dawn sensor? If not, do you know where I might obtain such a light?
Could these lights be used as recessed downlights for use in a porch?
Would these light up the whole of the front of a two storey house?