surface mounted spotlights

Surface mounted spotlights

Surface mounted spotlights are easy and quick to install. You do not have to cut large holes in the ceiling as with recessed spotlights. Where should you pay attention when placing the spots! First you have to see where to place and which place in the room you want to have more light. Choose a suitable place for a wet room, for example a place with an IP44 / or IP65 sealing class. In the living room you do not have to take moisture into account. Another important difference is the number of light points on the spot. In some cases it is very useful if you can highlight with multiple points. Also pay attention to whether a surface mounted spotlight is tiltable / orientable. This allows the light to be directed to a place. By choosing the right color, you can make the spots stand out or create a calm atmosphere.

SURFACE SPOTS outside

Outdoor spotlights can also be used, but they must be water resistant. They are often exposed to rain. By using rubber sealing rings, a luminaire becomes watertight. There are different class of seal and this is indicated with the IP Value. Keep in mind the local rules and find out which IP class you need for placing outdoor spotlights.

LED surface mounted spotlights

All surface mounted spots that we sell can be combined with LED lamp or have a built-in LED chip!

This ensures you of a luminaire that you want to have a lot of energy compared to a halogen or incandescent lamp. The LED lighting has made a major development in recent years and is now really good to use for lighting. The light color is now available in a very warm color. There are also lamps that get warm when dimming (dim-to-warm).

Do you have any questions about our surface-mounted lighting? Do not hesitate to contact us! You can always call us or use the contact form. We are happy to answer your questions, give you more information or help you choose the right lighting!

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