The Loox 350mA LED 4012 Swivel Spotlight is perfect for retailers looking to add old school glamour to their products. This LED projects a mini white spotlight downwards on the product.
The light is designed for recess mounting, typically into cabinets for display, and simply press-fits into a 35mm diameter hole.
It has a swiveling light head, which is ideal for focusing the light where attention to detail is required.
This LED spotlight is available with black or silver anodised aluminium housing, which means it should suit most aesthetics and compliment most materials.
You can also select whether the LED is warm white or daylight white. Warm white would create ambience in a small boutique, whilst daylight white would add brightness to a gallery.
Current: 350mA. Wattage: 1W
Comes with 2.0m lead with Loox 350mA connector.
350mA driver and mains lead will need to be purchased separately. You also have the option of purchasing a switch separately.
- Written by Jack
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 wanted to talk to you about the massive range of LED lighting that we have on our sister site, LocksOnline.com. And what I want to do is try to do these little videos to give you guys a little bit more detail in regards to the product that we have and, obviously, give you a little bit more functionality, something that an image wouldn't necessarily give you or the flexibility of the actual product you're actually seeing in the flesh actually working.
So this is particularly one of the LED fittings that we have and this is a small little point and display sort of LED fitting. It's designed to work in display cabinets or where you want some detail to be positioned in a particular display. You could imagine a cabinet with crystals or something in there and you want to be able to illuminate that. It may be in your kitchen or it may be in your vanity mirror, around a dressing room or a dressing table, etc. So there are loads of different types of applications for this particular type of light fitting.
Now, if I was to . . . I don't know if you can zoom in there close enough, but what you would effectively do is drill yourself a hole in your panel of your substrate that this is designed to worth with. And the idea then is then that you would slide it up into the hole or into it like that, or of course you could go that way. And it is actually moveable. The actual fitting inside there is actually totally flexible. It's like an eyeball that allows you to move the fitting or the actual LED around inside. So if you want to put this at the back of the display cabinet, you could actually have it pointing at an angle towards the front, or you could point it to the middle or point it to the back, depending upon how you want to position it.
Now, it's part of the 350mA range, in other words, the display range of LED fittings that we have. And if you are thinking that this is just absolutely ideal for what you want to do, then let me have a chat with you and let you know what else you may need. So you need a transformer. This is the typical transformer, and it's designed to power four of these particular types of light fittings. The idea is that you got the little plugs that on the end here to allow you to plug the light fittings in. And you see these little links here. Now the idea here is if you are using only one fitting you would just plug it into the hole there. But, if you want to use two or three, you take these links out depending upon how many fittings that you have.
Another distinct advantage about this particular setup as well is that you do have the ability to plug a switch in here. Now I have a basic switch here. We have quite a range of different switches, but it has the ability here that you can switch these lights on and off from a small little push switch. Now this is a basic switch. As I mentioned, there are quite a few different ones, but this is the one that seems to be the most popular one. The idea is just to push it on and off with a switch, that's all it's designed to do. It's about 20mm in length, and you need to be looking at drilling about an 11mm hole to slide this into the unit that you plan on using it with.
So if I was to actually plug this in now it would give you an idea of what the actual light looks like. So plug that into there like that, and there you go there. It's very, very detailed; it's very, very spot orientated. If I put my hand down there, you can see there it's quite an intense spot. So it's designed, you could imagine a lovely crystal piece in a display cabinet there being illuminated with something made of Swarovski crystal or something similar, absolutely beautiful. And if I were to plug the switch into the side, this goes in the side here like that, and now I have the ability to be able to turn it on and off like that. Very, very straightforward; nothing to worry about there. So absolutely beautiful.
The measurements and so forth are on our website. So if you need a bit more information on the size of the hole that you need to cut, etc., or the projections or the physical dimensions of this fitting, it's a beautiful, petite fitting in this matte sort of black finish. But like I said, if you need some details in respect to that, by all means have a look at the data sheets that we have on our website. Or alternatively, if it's not listed on there, just pop us over an email, use the live chat that we have on our website. It's totally free. You can either chat to me and if it's something that we just missed out that you need to know to make sure it's the right light for you, pop over and have a chat with us.
Anyway, I think that's all I can say about this particular type of fitting. But as I've mentioned, there's quite a massive range, so even if this one isn't for you, then we may have a light fitting that is suitable for your application. Either way, we'd love to hear from you. More importantly, we'd love to see you as a customer. So for me, Darrel, and all of us here at the team, take care. Thanks, and catch up with you real soon. Bye-bye now.