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New Tria 113520 Round Matt Black Down Light

SKU: 113520

12V ~50Hz Voltage
MAX 75w Wattage

Was £59.88

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New Tria 113520 Round Matt Black Down Light

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Product Description

The round, low volt QRB Version of our popular NEW TRIA Downlight Series is available with black, matte white, or brushed aluminum housings. The generous rotation and pivoting range of this recessed spot guarantees you the ability to individually focus its light beam, regardless of whether you choose to use halogen or LED retrofit lamps. A suitable transformer with 12V AC voltage is required to operate the NEW TRIA Downlight.

  • SKU 113520
  • Diameter 16.5 cm The measurement across the face of the light source. Normally in mm unless other stated.
  • Height 12.5 cm The overall height of the product at the tallest point.
  • Depth 12.5 cm
  • Voltage 12V ~50Hz 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.
  • Delivery Time Delivery Within 7-10 Days
  • Finish Aluminium The overall visible finish of the product. Such as stainless steel, chrome, white etc.
  • Lamp Base G53 Indicates the size of the electrical connection at the bottom of the light source. Such as screw or bayonet etc. If you are confused with what you require please feel free to contact us for us.
  • Wattage MAX 75w The total electrical power used of the light. A higher wattage no longer guarantee’s that the light is brighter. EG: there are LED products which are 5w which is equal in brightness to a 50w incandescent bulb.

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