Phoebe LED Spectrum LED Downlight with Bluetooth App Control 9424
An innovative and exciting product, the Spectrum mains operated fire-rated integrated downlight has a tuneable white spotlight along with a white dimmable ambient halolight. The two light outputs can be used independently or together and the fully dimmable spotlight is tuneable form 2200K extra warm white through to 6500K daylight colour temperature. IP65 the spectrum is suitable for outdoor use and has an average life span of around 50,000 hours.
The Phoebe LED Spectrum downlight is supplied with 3 bezels that feature a magnetic fastener for quick removal or change. Stylised in white, chrome and brushed aluminium, they simply pull away from the fitting giving the user the ability to change the look of the downlight with minimum effort.
The smartphone app can be downloaded from Google Play for Android devices, or App Store for Apple iPhones. The app gives full control of the all the Spectrum downlight features and includes the ability to set-up multiple smartphone devices for multi-user control. It allows control all the Spectrum downlights in a building by allowing the user to add lights into groups (i.e. living room, bedroom) - or the group feature can be used to control specific lights in a room and create multi-colour displays. The app also features the ability to set-up events to automatically turn on/off, colour change, or dim lights according to a time/day schedule.
Please see the video below to give you an idea of the tuneable white colour temperature, the video also shows you about the RGB colour changing halo version which is a different model.
- 10w energy efficient tuneable white downlight with integrated LED
- IP65 suitable for bathroom zones 1 and 2 and external use
- 30, 60 and 90 minute fire rated
- Fully dimmable from the smartphone APP
- Average 50,000 life hours
- Cut-out dimensions 67mm-70mm
- Height 55mm, Diameter 80mm
Given that the bathroom is a special location within the wiring regulations its always best to have the electrician agree what fittings are suitable before purchase. The electrician will have to be satisfied that they meet both the Zone requirements and manufacturer’s instructions for the fitting in the desired location along with checking for any changes to the supply to the room.