New gloss black for Ovia downlights

New Pico Downlight PR Ovia

Ovia has added a new gloss black finish to its range of Inceptor Pico non-fire-rated LED downlights.

Part of Ovia’s domestic range, Inceptor Pico provides contractors with a high-quality, cost-saving LED solution for those lighting projects where there isn’t the requirement for a fire-rated fitting, and therefore, no need to incur the additional expense that a fire-rated model commands.

With contractors keen to keep overall costs of a project as cost-effective as possible, but without compromising on quality and performance, Inceptor Pico ticks all the right boxes, producing an excellent light output for the power utilised.

The Inceptor Pico combines a number of key features which sets it apart from competitor products. With its 47mm profile, the fitting is ideal for installations where the void depth is limited and it has an adaptable cut-out to fit apertures of between 65mm and 76mm in diameter. A 90° beam angle produces a larger spread of light to provide more light coverage. The fitting is also IP65 rated, which makes it dust tight and protected against low pressure water jets. This means it is an ideal solution for kitchens, bathrooms and wet rooms.

Available in a dimmable option as standard, the Pico can be easily switched or dimmed utilising a variety of methods. It is suitable for use with Scolmore’s range of ClickSmart+ smart home products.

The new gloss black finish for Pico joins the existing three finishes: White, Satin Chrome and Chrome.

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