Fire Rated, LED, GU10, Dimmable Downlight, Fixed - Various Finishes, Incl Quick Connectors
- New & improved design, comes with a slim profile 3mm bezel.
- Made for LED, now insulation coverable (max wattage 7w GU10 LED)
- Now suitable for I-Joist & Solid Joist ceilings
- Screwless / Toolless install, comes with loop in / out quick connectors for a speedy installation
- Dimensions: 85mm diameter with a cutout hole size of between 65-75mm
- 3 Year Warranty
- Choose between brushed chrome/satin nickel, white, or a polished chrome bezel.
Available in a Slimline Chrome, Brushed Chrome (Satin Nickel) or White Bezel
While unique lighting fixtures add character and an iconic statement piece to your interior design, having too much may box you to the same lighting design for years! If you constantly want to redo the interior of your home, eccentric fixtures may hinder you from transitioning to other themes!
Fortunately, with this LED downlight, instead of telling you to stick to a single arrangement, it’ll help you break free and try other styling possibilities. How so? It’s because of its simple look that’s elegant enough to stand on its own but flexible enough to complement various design elements. In addition, its slimline bezel is available in three options: chrome, brushed chrome, and white!
Insulation Coverable When Paired with a LED Lamp (Max 7w Power)
Sometimes, what you do to protect your home can cause more damage if you don’t do it right - like when adding insulation over downlights! Yes, some downlights can be covered with insulation. However, not all are advised to be covered with insulation.
As for this LED downlight, it’s insulation coverable, so you can put insulation over the fixture. However, there’s a condition. You can only do so if you pair your downlight with an LED lamp with a maximum of 7w power. If you want to use an LED bulb with higher wattage (as long as it’s within the capacity of the downlight), you can, but you cannot put insulation over the fittings.
Ideal for 90-Minute Ceilings, Solid Joists and I-Joists
When you cut a hole in your ceiling to install recessed lighting, its fire protection weakens. Because of this, the fire will spread quickly through your roof and walls. To prevent this from happening, instead of using regular recessed fixtures, it’s ideal to use a fire-rated one - like this LED downlight!
It’s fire-rated to 90 minutes of protection, meaning the hole you cut is completely resealed and your ceiling reinforced to increase the time when the fire will spread. This will give you and everyone in your home adequate time to exit, and the damage to your house’s structure will be less. In addition, this LED downlight is also suitable for solid joists and I-joists, giving your home full fire protection!
Paired with a GU10 Bulb
Because this LED downlight is designed with a GU10 lamp holder, it’s compatible with any GU10 bulb. However, pairing it with a dimmable GU10 bulb is better as it will give you access to its dimming feature. With this, you’ll be able to manage the brightness level of your fixtures and make them more energy-efficient!
Regarding the GU10 LED bulb, they’re available in cool, natural, and warm white light. Cool white and natural warm white light are both ideal for task lighting. The only difference between the two is cool white has a crisp bluish tint, while natural white does not have a hint of blue or yellow. Alternatively, warm white light is suitable for ambient lighting because its yellowish shade helps create a relaxing vibe!
Straightforward Installation - Loop-In & Out Quick Connectors
If you have a lighting fixture that’s difficult to mount, it will take longer to install, and you’ll probably need the help of a professional since it’s too complex for a DIY project. So, if you want to avoid this, stick with this LED downlight! It’s super quick and easy to install as long as you have the experience and the right tools!
This LED downlight has a large screwless terminal and large connectors, allowing for easy loop-in and out connection. Also, it’s mains powered; therefore, you don’t have to purchase a separate driver or transformer to make it work! Once you line it to the mains circuit, add a bulb, and you’re done!
Measuring your lights is essential, especially if installing a recessed fixture. Since the cut-out hole must be precise, you cannot just estimate how big you will trim. It must be exact to guarantee that the fitting will sit flush against the ceiling. If you don’t get it right, the fixture might not fit or fall off!
So, note this LED downlight is 112mm tall with an 85mm diameter and requires a 70mm cut-out hole. If you do this right, expect beautiful ceiling lights, delivering soft streaks of brightness! Also, it’s best for you to mark everything out before doing permanent trims. It’s easier to erase those than patch a hole!
|Cut Out Hole||65-75mm|