Vimark LED fire rated downlights introduced

DETA, a supplier of electrical products, has introduced a new range of Vimark LED fire rated downlights.

Compact and versatile, with features that can enable a quick and efficient installation, the downlights are IP65 rated with a lense optimised to ensure even dispersion of flicker free light at a 38° beam angle. The energy efficient downlights deliver 550 lumens at 6W with a long lifespan, of more than 50,000 hours.

The range is comprised of warm white, cool white and AmbiDim options, making them ideal for use within homes, retail shops, restaurants, offices, showrooms and other commercial environments. Here’s some further information on the benefits of the new range:

AmbiDim. Advanced AmbiDim technology enables a relaxed and ambient lighting atmosphere to be created, providing a warmer lighting tone (3000k to 2200k) as light levels are reduced, replicating the effect of traditional incandescent and halogen lamps.

Compact and versatile. At only 50mm tall and with an IC-F rated construction, these fittings are perfect for use within shallow ceiling voids, and allow insulation to be laid directly over the top of the fitting.

Easy to install. A large screwless loop-in, loop-out terminal block simplifies installation and keeps installation time at a minimum. Meanwhile, a remote driver helps to avoid the risk of overheating, preserving the life of the driver; and an inline connector allows first fic to be completed prior to decoration with a simple plug-in connection to be made at second fix.

Twist & Lock Bezels. These white bezels are supplied as standard. Chrome and stainless steel bezels are available as separate accessories, allowing fittings to be customised to complement any décor.

The new range is available today. For more information, visit

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