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Hi I have been asked to install some downlights in my father in law's static home. I have just been and checked the space in the ceiling void and it is 92mm. I have looked everywhere for some downlighters to fit this but no joy.

The closest I got was 100mm, the roof above the void is the old lead/tin roof which has now had a slate roof installed over it, I was thinking about trying to get a few more mm's by cutting through this but from inspection, don't think it is possible.

Does anyone here know of any downlights 230v or Low Voltage which require a void of <92mm???

Many Thanks
 
Hi I have been asked to install some downlights in my father in law's static home. I have just been and checked the space in the ceiling void and it is 92mm. I have looked everywhere for some downlighters to fit this but no joy.

The closest I got was 100mm, the roof above the void is the old lead/tin roof which has now had a slate roof installed over it, I was thinking about trying to get a few more mm's by cutting through this but from inspection, don't think it is possible.

Does anyone here know of any downlights 230v or Low Voltage which require a void of <92mm???

Many Thanks
what about kithen cupboard type.they can be mounted surface or recessed and the lamp(capsule)is fitted horizontaly,takes up very little room.
 
Try these MEGAMAN® CFL GX53. CEF supply them probably others as well. Only 9W each but 8 fitted in a 5mx5m room provide a good working light. They do take a little time to reach full brightnes but there are no heat issues and are surface mounted.
 

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