LAP 10w Slimline LED Spotlight Floodlight 6.99 C&C @ Screwfix
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LAP 10w Slimline LED Spotlight Floodlight 6.99 C&C @ Screwfix

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Found 24th May 2017
Modern, slimline LED floodlight. Provides instant illumination to a range of domestic and commercial outdoor spaces. LED technology ensures reduced energy bills and lamp replacement costs.

IP65
Energy Efficient
Tilt
25,000 Hours Life
Daylight Colour Temperature
Aluminium & Plastic Construction

10w - 50w with and without PIR types available
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If you're after a good specced 20w then the Osram at CPC are £13.50 inc VAT with a 30% higher output per watt.
Good and heat added.

We settled on the 30w version, these 10w lights which have an output of 700lm and the 30w 2100lm. For the length and width of the area for coverage the 30w offered the light we needed, when I tested a 10w version it simply did not emit enough light. Our Son, due to the length of the area to cover, found that a 50w version was best for his needs, rated at 3600lm.

For us they replaced old 200w tungsten halogen tubed lights and whilst they had a lm rating above the 30w type for some reason, when it is really dark outside, these LED type seem to offer greater visibility. Maybe that was down to the temp or glare of the tungsten lights.
GoNz017

If you're after a good specced 20w then the Osram at CPC are £13.50 inc … If you're after a good specced 20w then the Osram at CPC are £13.50 inc VAT with a 30% higher output per watt.



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Great brand and price so heat from me!

I need some lights to illuminate some Oak trees in my garden if i can sort out how to mount them on the ground. I was thinking about spotlights but does anyone think these would be a good alternative?
Flyingzard

Great brand and price so heat from me!I need some lights to illuminate … Great brand and price so heat from me!I need some lights to illuminate some Oak trees in my garden if i can sort out how to mount them on the ground. I was thinking about spotlights but does anyone think these would be a good alternative?



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Jinkz

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I was 30p out http://cpc.farnell.com/ledvance/4058075001084/floodlight-led-20w-3000k-white/dp/LA06034?

The 20w is 2000lm, compared to the 30w 2100 lumen screwfix effort it is a no brainer

I put 2 up and replaced 1 300w light, it is a lot brighter.
Also 3 year warranty.

Edited by: "GoNz0-" 24th May 2017
Flyingzard

Great brand and price so heat from me!I need some lights to illuminate … Great brand and price so heat from me!I need some lights to illuminate some Oak trees in my garden if i can sort out how to mount them on the ground. I was thinking about spotlights but does anyone think these would be a good alternative?


Make sure to read Part P of the building regulations. It's notifiable work. Underground cable must be covered with warning tape.
Don't go with micro wave sensor ones.... Got some snazzy remote ones and they were pants always going off when nothing was there flashing on and off in rain.....
karlbnz

Make sure to read Part P of the building regulations. It's notifiable … Make sure to read Part P of the building regulations. It's notifiable work. Underground cable must be covered with warning tape.



​Just get a slab drill it and Bury it...
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