Discussion in 'Lighting Forum' started by JM ELECTRICAL, Jun 19, 2017.
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anybody know if you can get these and if so where can i get them ?
Ansell Orbio - I think there is an IP65 adjustable in brass. Can't say on quality, just googled it for you
I can only find fixed ones no adjustable one anywhere
Cheers ma man
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
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
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 ?
Ansell do a tiltable outdoor downlight, only in white though I believe
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
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.
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.
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.
An LED one is possible and there could possibly be more people making them, but below is one example,
Page 17 of the pdf for the downlight and page 18 for a brass downlight
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