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Collingwood Lighting 1901 Fixed Round Downlight - White Housing/Black Baffle (Fire-Rated)

Fixed downlight
Ref: 1901 Fixed Round Downlight - White Housing/Black Baffle (Fire-Rated)
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Collingwood Lighting - 1901 Sleek, low glare, black baffle downlight

More than a century of design and innovation helped inspire the creation of the luxurious architectural 1901 range, for when only the best will do.

1901 is both contemporary and classic, with a focus on premium fittings, a high-quality performance and easy integration into control systems. Perfect for luxury residential and hospitality projects, 1901 showcases an aesthetically simple, low-glare luminaire design, with market-leading technical performance.

The detailed fittings come in a variety of stylish options including a choice of bezels, adjustability, colour temperatures, beam angles, dimming methods, and IP ratings to perfectly complete the look of any interior design project.

Simply configure your product to find the relevant product code. The range is engineered to be as easy to use as possible and can fit seamlessly into the installation and commissioning stages of a lighting project.

Features & Benefits
Black baffle & CRI 90+ for a low glare and high-quality appearance, showing colours and textures in their best light.
Choice of fixed or adjustable function, allows you to direct light exactly where it is required.
Mains, 1-10V or DALI dimming options for flexibility and integration with control systems.
Comes with rolled spring clips and plug & play connectors to support ease of installation.
7 year warranty: Collingwood's signature quality you can trust.
Medium beam angle, excellent for corridor lighting.

NB. Contains built in LED lamps which cannot be changed.

These fittings are now fire rated to 30 minutes for use in Solid timber, I-Joist and Metal Web ceiling joists.

Moonlight Design recommends that all lighting should be installed by a registered NICEIC electrician.

Collingwood Lighting
Area of Use Interior
Type of Wiring Required Parallel (mains) 220-240V AC 50/60Hz
Fire-Rated Fire-rated to 30 minutes for use in Solid timber, I-Joist and Metal Web ceiling joists
Emergency Version Available Yes LEDEP08 (plug & play)
Light Source Total 9.6W
Lumens Refer to specification sheet
Colour Temperature Options 2700K, 3000K, 4000K or Dim to Warm (3000K - 1800K)
Beam Angle 12°, 24° or 50° (2700K, 3000K and 4000K) / 24° or 45° (Dim to Warm)
Tilt Angle N/A
Rotation N/A
Cut-Out 65-78mm
Maximum Ceiling Thickness 40mm
Insulation Coverable No
Construction Material Aluminium
IP Rating Choose from IP65 or IP44
Dimmable Yes
Flicker Free Yes
Supplied With 2 x twin & earth (6242Y 3x1.5mm²) or 3-core cable (R02V 3x1.5mm²)
Install Connector Type Push-fit loop in / loop out terminal
Building Regulations Part P, L all versions. Part C,E IP65 only
Warranty 1 year standard warranty, but can be extended to 7 year direct with Collingwood

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