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Competition


Win an Apple Watch courtesy of Scolmore S


colmore’s Inceptor Nano5 range of compact, fire-rated, dimmable downlights is proving popular since it


was launched last year. With a highly competitive price point for the


array of features and benefits offered, the high- performance, 4.8W LED lighting products are designed to have mass market appeal and are suitable for a variety of uses in domestic applications. There are two models – Inceptor Nano5 Fixed


and Inceptor Nano5 Adjustable, which allows the luminaire to be moved and directed to where the light is needed. They each feature a compact, high-powered driver which is designed to be as small as possible whilst remaining suitable for installation in a fire rated ceiling. As the smaller of the two, Inceptor Nano5


Fixed is designed for a 60mm cut out and will fit into a recess depth of just 45mm, while the Adjustable version is designed for a 75mm cut out, with a recess depth fitting of 54mm. Both Inceptor Nano5 Fixed and Adjustable


products feature the Flow Connector, Scolmore’s pre-wired connection system that is designed to speed up installation and to allow even faster removal for testing and replacement of components. The company’s


trademark blue strip of intumescent adds an extra barrier of protection against fire by expanding to fill the gap between the plasterboard and the light fitting. Inceptor Nano5 offers a 30, 60, and 90 minute fire rating, and is acoustic and airflow compliant. Designed to be attached directly to the


Inceptor Nano5 Fixed and Adjustable downlights, is the company’s new Insulation Support Bracket, which allows thermal insulation to be laid over the Inceptor Nano – creating a 20mm air space above the driver, which lets air circulate and cool. This allows the driver to dissipate heat more effectively and in turn, means the luminaire runs cooler. Installers have welcomed the new support bracket as a cost-effective, quick method to meet the requirements necessary when thermal insulation is being used in an installation. A total of 12 Inceptor Nano5 products make up the new range, with a choice of Fixed and Adjustable Bezel designs and both available in three finishes – White, Chrome and Satin Chrome – and in two colour temperature choices; warm white and cool white. Part L compliant, Inceptor Nano comes with a


2 year warranty. www.scolmore.com


In this month’s competition, you can find out about Scolmore’snew Inceptor Nano5 range of compact, fire-rated, dimmable downlights. Just answer the question below and you could be in with the chance of winning this month’s prize – an Apple Watch.


How to enter


To be in with a chance of winning a super Apple Watch courtesy of Scolmore, just answer the following question.


Q. The new insulation support bracket creates air space above the driver measuring:


a) 10mm b) 20mm c) 15mm


Email you answer – A, B or C to jwilson@datateam.co.uk and in the subject line, write: EW SCOLMORE COMPETITION JUNE.


Remember to include your name, address and daytime telephone number. The closing date is Monday, July 2, 2018.


Please note that entries are only open to those working in electrical wholesaling.


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