Bathroom downlights


Postby neillw72 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:41 pm

I am installing zone 1 downlights in my bathroom. The roof is directly above with only 3 inch joists. Subsequently any downlight i have looked at would be pushing against the tar/string felting which would either melt or catch fire with halogens. Have tried LEDs but far too dim and prob against regs cos potential of someone putting halogen lamp in. I understand lights with transformers are lower voltage but are they lower heat and would this work? If not are there any lights that would fit or have heat protection?

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Postby ericmark » Mon Oct 06, 2008 9:29 am

Look at compact florescent units also called cold cathode. With GU10 these are about 11 watt I can see your point about changing bulbs and there are some units 2D for example which can only use florescent but Zone 1 could be a problem you are aware zone limits changed this year?
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