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Compact Stucco trimless led profile incl. frosted cover

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Product description
With the Compact Stucco LED profile you can create a trimless (borderless) LED line in your plaster wall or ceiling. Place the Compact Stucco profile in an opening of 26 mm and finish it with 4.5 mm plaster. Insert LED strips (not included), place the included opal cover and your light line is ready. Compact Stucco is easy to shorten, available i...

With the Compact Stucco LED profile you can create a trimless (borderless) LED line in your plaster wall or ceiling.

Place the Compact Stucco profile in an opening of 26 mm and finish it with 4.5 mm plaster. Insert LED strips (not included), place the included opal cover and your light line is ready.

Compact Stucco is easy to shorten, available in lengths of 100 and 200cm

  • Anodized Aluminum recessed profile for use in combination with flexible LED strips
  • For outdoor use and damp rooms, you should use LED strips IP65.
  • Suitable for LED strips of 8 - 10 and 12mm wide.
  • Size 64 x 15mm
  • Visible after installation 21mm
  • Available in 100 and 200cm.
  • Includes: Compact Stucco profile comes with 2 end caps and frosted cover

Click here for Flexible LED strips.

Product specifications

Article number
500-407-01000
Dimmable
Yes
Type
Trimless
Color
Alu/frosted

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Compact Stucco trimless led profile incl. frosted cover
Compact Stucco trimless led profile incl. frosted cover

Compact Stucco LED profile is installed trimless (borderless) in a plaster wall or ceiling. Available in 100 or 200cm (easy to shorten) Flexible LED strip not included.

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