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Product Ref: 5909From £59.93 inc VAT
Are you in doubt as to whether to buy an outdoor light that shines light upwards or downwards? Or do you want both? With this fitting you do not have to make the decision beforehand as you can be your own lighting designer.
This nifty little wall light comes with three pairs of drop-in gobos (patterned disks) and one solid disk for blocking light. These can be used by unscrewing the glass and dropping in the glass. This gives you the chance to choose many different patterns by simply changing the gobo filter. The lighting displayed can be yours and yours alone!
Whilst intended for exterior use it can also be installed inside if you wish.
Offered here in a round style in white, black, grey, galvanized or stainless steel finish.
Has 2 x 5w warm white (3000k) LED chips, with a lamp life of 25,000 hours and providing 700 lumen in total.
Bigger GU10 fitting in the same style is also available - see below for more information.
Supplied with 5 year guarantee.
|Number Of Lamps||2|
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Lumens Per Watt||48|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||Yes|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
|Kelvin||3000°K - Warm White|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
Are the LEDs integrated into the fitting? Can they be replaced? What is the price of the GU10 version?
Can these lights be used in a bathroom over a basin mirror?
Are the led's changeable or does one need to replace the unit.
Hi can these be put on a dimmer ?
Can you explain the difference between stainless steel & galvanised, please
Is this light suitable for both 110V and 220V ?
We live in a coastal area so I would like to know if these are powder coated light fittings? Thanks.
So each lamp comes with 6 discs - how many of these are the same? i.e. is this 3 pairs of disc - so 3 options for the upward facing pattern, and 3 options for the downward facing pattern - or it here some other sort of combination? The pictures seem to show a wide beam, a narrower beam, a very narrow beam and a multiple beam - and the option not to direct a beam at all but to blank it off?!! Help please!!!!
1. Do I need a transformer for these lights?
2. Can I retro fit a higher lumens LED lamp/bulb. Not sure if 190 lumens is powerful enough