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Our LED down lights are a sophisticated addition to up lighter coving. Easy to install and supplied in kit form, no electrical expertise is required. Simply drill through the coving and slot the LED down light into place. The sprung light fitting will hold the LED down light firmly in position.
Easy to install plug and play lighting kits are supplied with a set of 10 LED lights. Included is the PSU driver with IP44 protection, junction unit and 4.4m of cable. Each light has a contemporary polished chrome finish and 5m of cable.
These lights are equally suitable for indoor, including bathrooms, and outdoor use with IP67 protection. Supplied as white light, both the Mini and Midi are also available in blue on request.
Install into our coving as LED spot down lighting. Either as alternative low level down lighting or in conjunction with LED or florescent up lighting. The Mini LED lights have one LED in each unit, a cut out of 12mm and diameter of 15mm. The Midi LED lights have three LEDs in each unit, a cut out of 22mm and a diameter of 30mm.
With smaller radius coving profiles use the Mini. Larger radius coving and flat profiles use either the Mini or Midi. Spacing of the LED down lighting is a matter of choice and the 10m overall width should cover every eventuality. For wider spans or additional lights simply purchase additional LED lighting kits.
The use of these LED spot lighting is not restricted to coving and cornice. They can be used in skirting boards (assuming there is a deep enough void behind), bath panelling, kitchens, steps and halls. Also as outside LED lighting in decking, entrances, walkways and around pools. The IP67 rating of the LED lights makes them useful for almost any situation. These LED lights are great value coming as a kit with the PSU and junction box.
Safety Notice: Whilst our skirting can be installed by DIY enthusiasts and competent tradesmen electrical wiring should only be carried out by approved electrical contractors! Failure to observe this requirement both breaks UK law, and could result in serious injury or even death. Please call in an approved electrical contractor.