50w LED Floodlight LEDvance with free delivery @ CPC
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50w LED Floodlight LEDvance with free delivery @ CPC

£20.88£27 23% CPC Farnell Deals
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Found 27th Nov
Direct replacement for halogen Floodlight luminaires
Energy savings of up to 90% compared to halogen floodlight luminaires
Polycarbonate housing, tempered glass cover, carbon steel bracket, aluminium heat sink
CCT: 3000k Warm White
3-Year manufacturer warranty


I have a 20w version which is very good. Note that this is not PIR. Also it comes with a short flex tail which needs wiring into an external junction box, or into a separate PIR. ie you can't get into the unit to wire it directly.

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Was just looking for 50w floods. Nice find!

I guess this is without a pir sensor?

Have fitted quite a few of these now

When you remove the bracket do not turn the fitting upside down or you will lose the retainer nut inside the fitting

The nut is so small it can be lost quite easily

Not bad fittings but these are cheaper and just as good: cpc.farnell.com/web…180

But the cable is quite short, luckily you can place your PIR/adaptable box next to the fitting

gap301 h, 3 m ago

Have fitted quite a few of these nowWhen you remove the bracket do not …Have fitted quite a few of these nowWhen you remove the bracket do not turn the fitting upside down or you will lose the retainer nut inside the fittingThe nut is so small it can be lost quite easilyNot bad fittings but these are cheaper and just as good: http://cpc.farnell.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&langId=69&urlRequestType=Base&partNumber=LP10254&storeId=10180But the cable is quite short, luckily you can place your PIR/adaptable box next to the fitting


Which pir do you reccomend? Pir or microwave sensor?
Edited by: "Kirrun121" 28th Nov

Original Poster

gap303 h, 3 m ago

Have fitted quite a few of these nowWhen you remove the bracket do not …Have fitted quite a few of these nowWhen you remove the bracket do not turn the fitting upside down or you will lose the retainer nut inside the fittingThe nut is so small it can be lost quite easilyNot bad fittings but these are cheaper and just as good: http://cpc.farnell.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&langId=69&urlRequestType=Base&partNumber=LP10254&storeId=10180But the cable is quite short, luckily you can place your PIR/adaptable box next to the fitting


Indeed. I unscrewed the bracket for ease of fitting. Screws, nuts, washers, springs lost for ever in the grass!

Wadadli_Cooler2 h, 37 m ago

Indeed. I unscrewed the bracket for ease of fitting. Screws, nuts, …Indeed. I unscrewed the bracket for ease of fitting. Screws, nuts, washers, springs lost for ever in the grass!


I have one fitting in the back of my van which is missing the nut that sits inside the fitting, just need to work out what size it is and buy some cheap

It does not help that they use an allen key type screw
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