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10W Dimmable LED Downlight

Product Code: FRLEDBC3

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Product Information

10W · IP65 Fire Rated · Integrated LED · Dimmable · Warm White

10W Dimmable LED Downlight

The need for Fire Rated Downlights has arisen due to the loss of a celing's fire and acoustic protection once holes have been made in it to accommodate the downlight itself. Depending on the installation location, a Fire Rated downlight may be necessary to adhere to building regulations. We recommend that they are installed as a matter of course. They can also help shield any surrounding insulation from the bulb.

This 10W version comes with a constant current, dimmable LED driver and serves as a more efficient, cost effective and durable replacement to its halogen or incandescent equivalents. Housed within a brushed chrome sink that dissipates heat more evenly for increased performance, the light's extruded design makes it suitable for recessed installations in kitchens, bedrooms, living rooms and a range of other commercial or non-commercial settings.

Cut out diameter: 67mm.

Fitting: Integrated LED Approx. Equivalent: N/A
Power Consumption: 10W Input Power (v): 240v
Lumens: 580lm Power Factor:
Useful Lumens: Colour Temperature (k): 3000
Beam Angle: 36° CRI:
Dimmable: Yes Warm-up Time:
Life Expectancy (hrs): 40000 Dimensions (W x L) mm: 85 x 100
Switching Cycles: Warranty: 2 Years
Product Code: FRLEDBC3
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