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The aim is to provide a ‘one product fits all’ solution for both residential and workplace projects. Integral believes the product also serves an existing need to replace downlights on a maintenance cycle. The Multi-Fit’s adaptability additionally provides a uniform light fitting where an assortment of cut-outs exists across a ceiling. “LED brings many benefits to the ‘ease of installation’ of a luminaire. The relatively light-weight of LED units provides a range of advantages,” explained Alex Duggan, Senior Product Manager at Integral LED.


“Additionally, new heat management materials and the continuing miniaturisation of the onboard electronics and the light source itself, all enable a fundamentally new approach to the design of LED fixture and fittings. Integral LED’s Multi-Fit downlight is only the first of a series of products that have been designed to provide a flexible solution on-site.”


Unique bracket and clip system


At the core of the Multi-Fit downlight is a uniquely designed configurable bracket and clip system that allows one fixture to span a very wide range of diameters. The lightweight aluminium body enables the springs to hold the fitting firmly in place within a plasterboard or suspended ceiling.


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Removing the clips allows the unit to be surface mounted, adding further flexibility. In addition, the downlight has an ultra-thin body and an elegant and compact design that will complement contemporary interiors. Usefully, the Multi-Fit’s diffuser, light source and control gear are all fitted below the ceiling line which avoids the provisions regarding use of TPa or TPb as stated in section 3.11 of Building Regulations.


The luminaire is powered by a mere 18W and uses an integrated driver that eliminates visible flicker. The unit comes in a choice of 3000K and 4000K and outputs 1440lm and 1530lm respectively, through an opal frosted diffuser for a uniform light.


At the core of the Multi-Fit downlight is a uniquely designed configurable bracket and clip system that allows one fixture to span a very wide range of diameters.


Integral is planning further additions to the Multi-Fit range of highly adaptable luminaires with further easy fit and universal installation features.


The company believes that the rise of a ‘one


size fits-all design’ will ultimately decrease the need for size variants and models that are currently held in stock by the wholesalers and distributors across the lighting category.


For more information about Integral LED products and technical support, visit: www.integral-led.com


Visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8z0opTYuOYU for Integral LED’s video highlighting all the benefits and features of the company’s LED Multi-Fit Downlight. The luminaire is powered by a mere 18W and uses an integrated driver


that eliminates visible flicker. The unit comes in a choice of 3000K and 4000K and outputs 1440lm and 1530lm respectively, through an opal frosted diffuser for a uniform light.


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