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As in the title.
I need downlights that can be covered in insulation, fire rated and integrated.

Preferably quite shallow as well!

I'm struggling a bit to meet all the above criteria :(.

Cheers guys.
 
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telectrix

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JCC V50. 2" height and coverable.
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happyhippydad

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JCC V50. 2" height and coverable.
or....
Cheers Tel,
So I'm guessing they need a separate led driver? Also, can they be covered in insulation?
 

happyhippydad

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JCC V50. 2" height and coverable.
or....
Cheers again Tel.
Customer has now added another criteria!!!
They have to be dimmable!
I don't think the ones in your link are?
 

telectrix

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the JCC V50s are dimmable. and switchable either warm white or cool white.

 

Andy78

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I believe the enlite E8 are coverable too and come in a dimmable format.

I use KSR QR10 mostly which are coverable and dimmable but come with a separate driver, which is not coverable. Not usually a problem though.
 

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JCC V50 as others have said (irritation on registering batch codes, though), or Knightsbridge/ML RW6 range (either warm white, cool white, switchable (via wall switch), or "dim to warm").

Have installed about 30-40 of these over the past couple of years and (touch wood) not had a callback yet.
 

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CEF do Enlite slim fit LED units, the driver is separate and I'm not sure of fire rating but they have decent lumens.
 

happyhippydad

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Thanks for all the replies chaps. I’ll have a browse through each of the links.
 

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I use Collingwood H2 lites. Don’t know if they will be shallow enough for what you need though? Pay around £7.50 for them.
 

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As in the title.
I need downlights that can be covered in insulation, fire rated and integrated.

Preferably quite shallow as well!

I'm struggling a bit to meet all the above criteria :(.

Cheers guys.
Collingwood H2 Lites. (They're also dimmable.) Not sure how shallow you need though.
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Oops. See Lee beat me to it.
 

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