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  1. JM ELECTRICAL
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    JM ELECTRICAL Regular EF Member

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    anybody know if you can get these and if so where can i get them ?
     
  2. Pete999
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    No
     
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    SparkyChick Making a banana smoothy for my fave gorilla Electrician's Arms

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    Ansell Orbio - I think there is an IP65 adjustable in brass. Can't say on quality, just googled it for you :)
     
  4. JM ELECTRICAL
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    JM ELECTRICAL Regular EF Member

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    I can only find fixed ones no adjustable one anywhere
     
  5. JM ELECTRICAL
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    JM ELECTRICAL Regular EF Member

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    Cheers ma man
     
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    SparkyChick Making a banana smoothy for my fave gorilla Electrician's Arms

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    Don't get too excited, the adjustment isn't huge and appears to be done by a lens change. I think you may struggle because of the IP65 rating
     
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  7. JM ELECTRICAL
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    JM ELECTRICAL Regular EF Member

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    Yeah i just saw that there will it not just work the same though ? Its for a porch with a slanted roof they dont want the light shining directlyon the door
     
  8. Andy78
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    Loads of brass tilt lights out there, but not ip65.
    I know ksr do an ip65 10W tilt light, but don't think they do it in brass.

    Does it need an ip rating as high as that ?
     
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  9. mhar
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    mhar Electrician's Arms

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    Ansell do a tiltable outdoor downlight, only in white though I believe
     
  10. JM ELECTRICAL
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    JM ELECTRICAL Regular EF Member

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    What ip rating would you suggest for porch lights because of the slope of the porch theres no chance of any rain getting to them, i usually just use ip65 lights for all my porch/soffit lights
     
  11. Marvo
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    As per Andy, do you really need an IP65 fitting if it's under a porch roof.

    You get shallow beam-angle MR16 and GU10 lamps which are 24/25 degrees instead of the usual 36 or 40 degrees. Maybe that might work for you.
     
  12. Marvo
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    Marvo GMES....You absolute beauty. YOU ROCK DUDE!!!! Staff Member

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    If there's no roof leaks and they're not going to get direct rain or mist/spray then I don't see why a particular IP rating would be required.
     
  13. Richard Burns
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    IP33 is the minimum for an outdoor light but these are not really outdoors.
    I have some IP44 eyball downlights (MR16 in PC) that I bought for a customer who then changed their mind. The manufacturer is not given but the downlight was called coniston. These where bought about 6 years ago though. I thought they were available in brass as well.
     
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