R&M Line Recessed spotlight / bathroom lamp Ministeam IP65 35mm alu-mat tilt

Adjustable bathroom recessed spot made of die-cast aluminum and twisted screw inner ring with silicone seal and pyrex glass. This small recessed spot is IP65 and has a minimum installation height.
Article number:
S10.1093.35
Availability:
In stock (19)
Delivery time:
1 to 3 working days
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Recessed downlight IP65 Ministeam aluminium tilt

This small recessed spot is very suitable for in the bathroom and even in the shower. The lid is made of processed aluminum. And has a luxurious look and fits with every bathroom.

  • Sealing class is IP65 Water-proof and dust-proof.
  • For more information about the zone layout you can read here.
  • Maximum power of 35 Watt.
  • Suitable for type light sources MR11 12v GU4 and MR11 230v GU10 halogen lamp or LED lamp.
  • Supplied with 12V socket or GU10 230v lamp holder
  • Spot is tiltable to 30 °
  • Supplied without light source
  • Dimmable in combination with a dimmable light source

ASSEMBLY MANUAL

DIMENSIONS:
Diameter: 75mm
Mounting hole: 58mm
Installation height: from 65mm *

* There are different sizes of LED light sources. The installation height of the luminaire is determined by the light source used.

Light source type: MR11 gu5,3 and GU10
Light source included: No
number of light source: 1
Dimable: Depends on the light source
Wattage: Max. 35 watt
Voltage: 12 volt or 230 volt
Color Temperature: N.A.
Color: Aluminium-mat
Luminous flux ( lumens): N.A.
Color index ( CRi ): N.A.
Material: Aluminium and mat glass
Height: 34mm (measured without the light source)
Width: Diametr 75mm
Length: N.A.
thickness projection: 18mm
Installation opening: 58mm
Tiltable: Yes
Tilt angle: 30 degrees
IP Value: IP65
Energy label: N.A.
warranty: 2 years
Made in: Italy
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