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Client has changed their mind after I've already cut 76mm holes for GU10 downlights. Now wants integrated fittings where they're difficult to reach above stairs but only want about 400lm per light (could be a little more or less).

Anyone know a nice 4000k, about 400lm, significantly over 76mm diameter bezel integrated downlight?

My current plan is to use Aurora E5s (bezel 78mm diameter), and cut out a ring of something to make up the difference between the 60mm of the light and the 76mm of the hole so it's held in place covering the hole. Only 1mm over the hole on each side though so not ideal.
 

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Morning,

We have these on Electrical2Go:
This is slightly higher lumen output but is dimmable. Cutout is up to 80mm and bezel can be pinned to the ceiling if needed -

Or you could go for an:

with an adapter plate:

Bezels are available separately:

Good luck,

Nat
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Thanks guys. Taken a look through, 300lm is a bit too low and they don't want a dimmer. But I have realised there's an adjustable (tilt) version of the Aurora E5 at 440lm, just the right size for the cutout, so going with that.

My bad forgetting about the tilt option to widen it up (never normally use them, no need with good positioning)… I blame the heat!
 
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