Knightsbridge announces most innovative LED panel to date

Knightsbridge explains why its new LED panel is the most versatile, innovative LED solution to date.

Knightsbridge, one of the UK’s leading lighting and wiring manufacturers, has announced its most innovative LED panel to date – a product that promises to provide a solution for countless new and retrofit projects across the UK. Available in four sizes (6W, 12W, 18W and 24W), this product has been designed to suit multiple applications.

Here are three reasons why it is so versatile:

  1. Adjustable fixing bracket

The adjustable bracket on the rear of the panel, which features fixing clips mounted on a rail-type mechanism, allows recess mounting into existing apertures with a cut-out radius anywhere between 55mm to 250mm (depending on the product size chosen). The same bracket enables the panel to be surface mounted on the ceiling or wall.

  1. Flexible CCT options

The panel can be adjusted to three colour settings (warm white, cool white and daylight), with the chosen CCT locked in place via a simple switch on the rear of the product. This can also be set to ‘switch’ mode, enabling the product to be CCT adjustable via a wall switch giving additional control to the end user. This ensures the product is adaptable for multiple commercial, retail, and domestic environments where end-user control may or may not be required.

  1. Easy-fit design options

Finally, in terms of design options, Knightsbridge is selling optional polished chrome and brushed chrome bezels that can easily be fitted onto the product thanks to an easy-fit magnetic construction. The ultra-low projection (15mm) makes this product the perfect fit for new build and renovation projects, regardless of the mounting option chosen.

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