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Loox Compatible 12V Skyline Profile Lights


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Our Loox Compatible 12V Skyline Profile Lights is one of the more intricate designs of Loox lighting we have available. Comes complete with anodised aluminium profile with polycarbonate diffuser and is designed to sit discreetly on the edge of a cabinet. Master and slave lights available; master light with touch LED switch For recess mounting in groove... Read more »


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Drivers
Slave light without switch; Length: 463 mm; Wattage: 1.92W; Diodes: 24 (1 Piece)
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£50.54 + VAT
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Length x width x height: 208 x 56.5 x 30 mm; Wattage: 0-60W - White (1 Piece)
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Length x width x height: 140 x 43 x 20 mm; Wattage: 0.5-15W - Black (1 Piece)
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Moulded plug; 2000 mm (1 Piece)
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Length x width x height: 128 x 50.5 x 14 mm (flat); Wattage: 0-20W - White (1 Piece)
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Length x width x height: 195 x 43 x 28 mm; Wattage: 0.5-30W - Black (1 Piece)
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3 amp plug socket for bear mains lead, white finish (1 Piece)
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Bare ended; 2000 mm (1 Piece)
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Length x width x height: 208 x 56.5 x 30 mm; Wattage: 0-60W - Black (1 Piece)
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Slave light without switch; Length: 963 mm; Wattage: 4.56W; Diodes: 57 (1 Piece)
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£75.28 + VAT
(£90.34 inc VAT)
Moulded plug; 5000 mm (1 Piece)
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Length x width x height: 128 x 50.5 x 14 mm (flat); Wattage: 0-20W - Black (1 Piece)
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Master light with touch switch; Length: 563 mm; Wattage: 2.40W; Diodes: 30 (1 Piece)
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Master light with touch switch; Length: 963 mm; Wattage: 4.32W; Diodes: 54 (1 Piece)
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£102.71 + VAT
(£123.25 inc VAT)
Master light with touch switch; Length: 463 mm; Wattage: 1.92W; Diodes: 24 (1 Piece)
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Slave light without switch; Length: 563 mm; Wattage: 2.64W; Diodes: 33 (1 Piece)
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Mains Leads

Our Loox Compatible 12V Skyline Profile Lights is one of the more intricate designs of Loox lighting we have available. Comes complete with anodised aluminium profile with polycarbonate diffuser and is designed to sit discreetly on the edge of a cabinet.

Master and slave lights available; master light with touch LED switch
For recess mounting in groove of cabinet bottom panel - panel must be shortened min. 24 mm and machined to accept the profile
Suitable for wall units with bottom board thickness 18/19 mm or side board thickness 18 mm

Connecting lead exits through 2mm side panel groove or though min. 10 mm diameter central hole in bottom panel

Voltage: 12V. Wattage does vary depending on the length purchased; 463mm = 1.92W, 563mm = 2.64W, 963mm = 4.56W

With 4.0 m lead with Loox 12V connector
Order Loox 12V driver and mains lead separately

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Loox Compatible 12V Skyline Profile Lights

Loox Compatible 12V Skyline Profile Lights


Hi, guys. My name's Darrel and I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline. Thanks for taking some time to tune in and have a look at one of our product review videos.
Now today I want to talk to you about the massive range of LED lighting that we have on our sister site, LocksOnline.com. And this particular type of profile light fitting, this LED fitting that I have here in front of me, is what I want to have a quick chat with you about today. The idea of the video obviously is to be able to give you guys a little bit more insight. Now pictures, perhaps, may not give, in regards to what you can use this fitting for, and how it actually works, and what is needed etc. and is easy for me explain in a short little VT like this.
So this is the actual fitting itself. It's a profile fitting. It's designed to be fitted either in underneath the fitting like that or on the side of a fitting like that, or even if you wanted to fit it upwards, like that. The clamping position, I'll be looking at that in a second, but the actual LED is actually situated here on this leading edge here. So, if it were positioned like that, of course, the light would be shining down. If it's positioned on its side, or if it's positioned there like that, etc., depends on exactly where you want it to work in regards to where the light is going to emanate from.
Now this particular type of fitting uses this little sort of profile unit here. I don't know if you can zoom in on this for us a little bit more there. If you can see there, this is designed to work in a routed groove, okay? So this would be pushed into a groove like that, and this then would actually click into position at the back of the fitting. So, in effect, that would actually sit there. Now if I could just get that right there the first time. That would actually sit then, in there like that, and with these additional clips here like that, which would sit into the groove there, it would click into position. And therefore then, you won't have any screw fittings or anything like that to show in how this actually is fitted.
I don't know if you can put that to the front there. You can see then roughly how it works. These little plastic clips in here, if I was to pop that out of there a second, okay, these little plastic clips that sit in here. They get pushed in, and then that little ball joint that sits on there then actually clips in, forcing it all together. And, guys, it's not going anywhere once it's clipped in.
So that's the basic principle, that's the actual light itself. Now if you wanted to fit this up, you've got to also look at how you're going to control it, and you've also got to look at what you need to actually power it. Now this particular 30-watt transformer here is a typical standard transformer for this particular light fitting. It can take up to six lights, depending on the wattage of the lights. There's the actual clip. There are two on the side there, and there are a further four there on the front.
You can also, which I'll show you a little bit later, you can also put in a switch directly into this transformer to allow you to switch it on and off via a small little switch, which I have one just to the side of me which I'll get now in a second.
Now the idea of this is that you would plug this straight into there like that, and there's the actual light actually emanating its LED, emanating its light now. This gives you some sort of idea. That's quite a bright, sustainable light there, as you can see. What I'll do is I'll just pop off here just a second here now, and I'll go and get the switch, and I'll show you then how that actually works.
Okay. So this is the actual switch here, and the idea is that if I plug this into the side here like that, okay. Plug it in there like that, just two seconds. Get it in there. There you go. Now I have the ability now to be able to switch this light on and off via a little push switch. Now we do have quite a varied range of different types of switches that are on our website. This is probably one of the simplest and basic types of switches that you can actually use in your cabinet etc.
The flute on that is about 20mm, and you need to be drilling somewhere in the region of about an 11mm hole to actually fit that switch into wherever you decide to do, to timber and to the carcass of the fitting that you're putting this particular unit up.
So there you go. There are a whole myriad of different types of applications for this particular light fitting. It's more designed low-profile so, I mean, you can have it on the front, or within a display cabinet, or emanating right down onto a work cabinet, or pushing it to the back so therefore it illuminates the back of a work environment, etc. So it has a load of different applications. And, of course, it's only limited by your own imagination.
But if you need a bit more information on this particular fitting or any of the fittings that we have, in fact, on our website, by all means, pop us over an email. Use the live chat that we have. We're more than willing to have a chat with you during the normal working hours. I can talk to you or any of the guys in the sales or tech team, more than interested in having a chat with you. More importantly, we'd love to see you as a customer. So from me, Darrel, and all of us here at the team. Thanks for taking the time to tune in and we'll catch up with you real soon. Take care. Bye-bye now.

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