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Twin 5FT 1500mm Batten Fitting For LED Tubes

SKU: 26365

220 - 240V AC Voltage

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Twin 5FT 1500mm Batten Fitting For LED Tubes
Product Description

Twin battern pre-wired ready to accept our 5FT LED Tubes. 

This batten is a very cost effective solution when switching to LED, utilising our batten it often works out cheaper to install than to pay an electrician to re-wire your existing tube fittings. 

We also do a great, cost effective 5FT LED tube to match this fitting. 

Quick Overview

  • Cost effective, safe retro fit for T8 Tubes.
  • Long Lifespan, Low maintenance and energy saving.
  • 1500mm in length, however we also have available in 600mm & 1200mm battens. 
  • Widely used for Domestic and Commercial Lighting, Offices, Supermarkets, Shops, Hotels & similar environment.

NB: LED tubes are sold seperately and not included. 

Specifications
  • Product Range Premium Range
  • SKU 26365
  • Voltage 220 - 240V AC The operating voltage of the product. 220-240v AC is UK mains voltage (What comes out of your plug sockets). So if the voltage shown is below 220v then you will more than likely need a transformer for the light to operate.
  • Length 1500mm The physical length of the product
  • Finish White The overall visible finish of the product. Such as stainless steel, chrome, white etc.
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions asked by other customers. Alternatively, you can click Ask a Question and we will get back to you asap.

How do you locate and change the starter switch.

Will a normal flourescent bulb fit this light

What tubes go with this fitting and what wattages are available

Which end of the LED T8 batten has the live feed?

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