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Fos19 trimless plaster recessed round for Ø50mm LED

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Fos 19 trimless recessed round recessed spot with a recessed opening of Ø 154mm is very suitable for replacing old spots.After instilling, leave a visible opening of 74mm and the light source is recessed 40mm in the ceiling.This gives a very calm light image on the ceiling, as the light source is not visible. NAMA recessed spotlights are made of ...

Fos 19 trimless recessed round recessed spot with a recessed opening of Ø 154mm is very suitable for replacing old spots.
After instilling, leave a visible opening of 74mm and the light source is recessed 40mm in the ceiling.
This gives a very calm light image on the ceiling, as the light source is not visible.


NAMA recessed spotlights are made of plaster and can be painted.


Suitable for LED lamp type: (click on your type for your LED lamp)
PAR16-GU10 (lamp base included)
GU5.3-MR16 (order lamp base separately)
LED insert module Ø50mm (no lamp base required)
Installation size: Ø157mm
Height 120mm
Visible opening after insertion Ø74mm
Includes: GU10 lamp base


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Product specifications

Article number
01.A.019
EAN
7442954311383
Light source
PAR16 - GU10
Voltage
220-240Volt
Dimmable
Nee,aan/uit
Adjustable
Nee
IP value
IP23

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Fos 19 trimless round recessed spot leaves a visible opening of 74mm after installation and the light source is recessed 40mm in the ceiling. Suitable for Ø50mm LED light source. GU10 fitting included.

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