The Loox 350mA LED 4004 Silver Round Down Light is perfect for retailers looking for a small, minimalist light to highlight upscale products.
This LED is available in warm white or daylight white.
Warm white would be ideal for a little boutique to create warmth, whilst daylight white would fit suitably into a food store or gallery.
It's also housed in a silver coloured plastic, which finishes the simple aesthetic nicely.
The 4004 downlight comes complete with a bezel and fixings for surface mounting, but it is also suitable for recess mounting; simply press-fit into a 28mm diameter hole.
Current: 350mA. Wattage: 1W
Comes complete with a 2.0m lead with 350mA connector.
A 350mA driver and mains lead will need to be purchased separately. You can also control your lighting by purchasing a switch.
- Written by Jack
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Hi, guys. My name is 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 range of LED lighting that we have on our sister site, LocksOnline.com. And this is one of the types of ranges of packs of LED lights that we have on our website. Now, this is a pack of three different types of LED lights. It comes in a pack of three there, as you can see. And it's a really, really nice little fit, and that's designed to be fitted to some sort of substrate to allow you then to illuminate. You could imagine something like a display cabinet or sitting in underneath your kitchen utility or so forth or anywhere you need some detail spotlighting. And this may be the guy for you.
Now, one of the unique things about how these actually work is how they're actually fitted. And what I'm going to do is I'm going to take one apart. I was playing with this one a little bit earlier. And what you effectively do is you screw the front off there like that. So I take that there off like that. Now, you can actually see the LED fitting in there. You can now push the LED fitting out. So if I pop that out of there, and then what you have then is this fixing cap here, as you can see. And then you've got two screws there that allow you then to screw this onto whatever you want to fit it to.
So then once you've fitted this to whatever you want, you drill your hole through and the cable goes through. You then push this back into place there like that. It's a little bit fiddly. The more you do it the more the easier it becomes probably. The video isn't the best way to describe it really. But that's now pushed back in there like that. That will hold itself in that position. You now screw this back on there like that and that's in there like that. Okay. And that's it now. It's back now into the base there, nice and tidy and ready to be fitted.
Now, this is part of the 350mA range of LED lighting that we have. And if you wanted to use this feature, these three here, then you need to consider buying yourself this type of transformer. Now, this is the 300mA range of transformers, and you might notice here that you got some of these links in here, as you can see. Now, if you plan on only using one light fitting, you'd plug your one light fitting in there and you'd leave these links in. But if you wanted to put more, you'd take a link out; you put a light in. You take another link out; you put another light in. So if you're only using one or two lights, you take out the links relative to that.
One of the distinct advantages of this particular type of fitting as well is you have the ability here to put a switch in. And one of the most common switches that we've got is this particular type of switch, which is just, basically, a push switch. It's just push on; push off. And it's as simple as that. It's about 20mm long there and you need to be drilling somewhere in the region of an 11mm hole. And the idea is that would plug into the side and allow you then to switch all of these LEDs on and off.
So if I was to clamp this LED into here, just to show how bright these actually are. So here it is there. So as you can see there, now, that's incredibly bright. That's a lot of brightness out of just that one LED there, as you can see that. I would say it's incredibly vivid. It's incredibly bright. And, of course, then you can obviously plug the three of those in there.
So if I was to plug this switch in now, I would be able to now control this LED. And, of course, I'd be able to control the whole batch of up to four LEDs that you can have. Now, these particular LEDs are sold in a pack of three, as you can see there. So they're designed to maybe fit underneath units or by all means in a display cabinet where you want LED lighting to go through some nice crystal or something similar like that. Or even in your bedroom for some sort of mood lighting behind the headboard or something similar. So there are loads of different applications. Of course, this is all 12 volts. It's really easy to fix. You just plug it in and away you go, hide the cables, etc. And that's it. Job really done.
But listen, if you need a little bit more information about this particular range or any of the LED fittings that we have on our website, by all means give us a call. Use the live chat that we have. It's totally free and you can speak to me or any of the guys on the sales team or tech team. We're more than willing to want to help you. Either way, we'd love to hear from you. More importantly, we'd love to see you as a customer. So come on and have a look at these, and hope to catch up with you real soon. Take care, thanks, bye-bye, now.