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Matt Black Round Under-cabinet LED Light 1.5W 4000K Cool White 150lm IP44 Rated with 1.5m Cable

Model No. CLEDBK4 by: Forum Lighting
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This is the Forum Lighting CUL-21625-3-BLK Matt Black Round Under-cabinet LED Light 1.5W 4000K Cool White IP44 Rated with 1.5m Cable available at Sparks. It is the Laghetto 240v LED Light coming in matt black and offering cool white light. This circular surface mounted under cabinet light that can be wired directly to the mains so no additional driver or transformer is required - simply connect to the mains! 

Matt Black Round Under-cabinet LED Light 1.5W 4000K - Features

  • It features high powered integral LEDs
  • Finish: it has an attractive matt black finish
  • It can be recessed by removing collar
  • Colour temperature: cool white 4000K
  • It comes with a 1.5m long power cable for ease of wiring
  • Dimensions: 75 x 26mm

Matt Black Round Under-cabinet LED Light 1.5W 4000K - Specs

  • Diameter: 75mm
  • Finish: Matt Black
  • Colour temperature: 4000K
  • Profile: Round
  • Type: Downlight, under-cabinet light
  • Colour Temperature: Cool White
  • Dimmable: Non-dimmable light
  • Driver Included: No, not needed
  • IP Rating: IP44 rated
  • Lamps Included: Yes
  • Manufacturer Guarantee: 3 year manufacturer warranty
  • Model: Forum Lighting CUL-21625-3-BLK
  • Lumens: 150lm
  • Wattage: 1.5W
  • Depth: 26mm
Lights Specific
Base LED integrated
Colour Black
Dimmable No
Energy Type Mains Voltage 240V
IP Rating IP44
Lamp Style Contemporary
Lamp Type LED Light
Light Color 4000K
Lumens 150lm
Number of Lamps 1
Projection 26mm
Rooms Kitchen
Tasks Undershelf
Total Wattage 1.5W
Wattage 1.5W
Zone Rating 2 and 3
Cutout not applicable

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Brightening Up Your Kitchen: The Importance of Proper Lighting

The Importance of Brightening Up Your KitchenSome people think they can choose any lighting for their kitchen as long as they serve their purpose. The truth is, brightening up your kitchen serves many purposes. Here are some reasons why it's crucial:Improve visibilityOne of the main reasons you're installing proper lighting in your kitchen is to ensure you see everything. Lighting helps you quickly look for appliances, utensils, whiteware, and more. Most importantly, you want to ensure you don't hurt yourself when preparing food or cutting meat and vegetables. Proper lighting also allows you to cook more efficiently, especially when checking if your food is already done.Some people also enjoy eating in the kitchen. Can you imagine eating a delicious meal with poor lighting? How else can you enjoy your meal if you can't see what you're putting in your mouth? Good lighting can make your meals look more palatable and every bite more flavourful.Add beautyProper lighting also adds beauty and enhances the overall aesthetic of the whole kitchen. You can experiment with the different types of lighting mentioned below. For example, under-cabinet lighting can illuminate the area below it, highlighting nice kitchen worktops, whilst also making food preparation easier and faster. Furthermore, you can use accent lighting to highlight the décor in your kitchen or your collection of chic fine china for example.Lighting can also make your kitchen look more prominent. You can soften shadows, specifically those found between the ceiling and cabinets. Install uplighting on top of the cabinets to make the kitchen look roomier.Buy Black Under-cabinet LED LightSave on electricityDid you know that using proper lighting to brighten your kitchen can also help you save on electricity? For instance, a cabinet LED light or a USB rechargeable light can brighten your kitchen effectively without worrying about paying more for your electricity consumption when compared to using regular lighting. Most of them last longer too.Set the moodLike other parts of the house, the kitchen must be inviting and welcoming. It must be a place where you (and any guests) can feel comfortable. So how do you set the right mood? The answer is using the appropriate light to brighten your kitchen.Natural light from your kitchen windows can improve your mood and well-being. Some studies prove that brighter light can intensify one's emotions while low light can steady your emotion.You can utilize the sun's natural light during a sunny day to brighten your kitchen. But what about when it's rainy or cloudy? Most importantly, how do you ensure it stays bright at night? This is where different types of lighting come in.Types of Lighting to Brighten Up Your KitchenDid you know that you don’t need to give your kitchen a total makeover and spend more than necessary to make it brighter? Check out these lighting types that'll instantly bring life to your kitchen:1. DownlightA downlight is a type of light fixture that shines light downward to illuminate a space below. Typically, it is only partially visible because a portion is recessed into the ceiling. Downlights work well as kitchen lights.It is a terrific way to draw attention to your essential kitchen items. It can light up your kitchen island and food preparation area. There are a lot of options with downlights and they come in different subtypes and materials, too.2. Under-cupboard light  Under cupboard lighting, as its name suggests, refers to lights mounted beneath a cupboard, illuminating the space directly below a row or group of cabinets. It is most frequently used in kitchens as it provides additional lighting to help with food preparation.There are many kitchen lighting options with under-cupboard lights. Some of them are rechargeable through USB and come in different materials and colours. There are strip lights and round ones as well, such as these matte black, white, and brushed chrome, among many others.3. Strip lightYou can also incorporate LED strip lights in your kitchen using a self-adhesive strip light. These can also be particularly helpful for odd surfaces where it may be difficult to install conventional lighting. Strip lights can be attached onto almost any surface, thanks to the flexible nature of the strips and the adhesive base which make them incredibly versatile.They can also be fitted against a kitchen backsplash, and then hidden behind a cutlery or knife stand, or appliances to add a nice touch of mood lighting to the room. This could give a nice touch of elegance when entertaining guests or hosting parties in an open-plan kitchen/lounge space.Buy Rechargeable Cabinet LED Light with PIR4. SpotlightSpotlights in the kitchen aim their beam in a specific direction. These provide depth in the space and can highlight a particular area. They can be beneficial in smaller rooms because these lights also give the impression of spaciousness.Spotlights are placed onto the surface of your ceiling as opposed to downlights, which are recessed into your ceiling. Also, spotlights are far simpler to install and don't require any particular skill.In the kitchen, spotlights are quite helpful since they let you draw attention to a specific area, like the countertop where you chop vegetables. You can often regulate the direction and intensity of the light in your kitchen thanks to the fact that kitchen spotlights are frequently movable or dimmable. 5. Smart lightsDo you want to automate or control your lights remotely? Smart devices are becoming increasingly popular, and you can opt for smart lights too. Incorporating them increases the convenience of turning your kitchen lights on and off.Smart LED bulbs have software connected to an app, smart home assistant, or other smart accessories, eliminating the need for conventional wall switches. It will give your kitchen a modern, elegant, and relaxed atmosphere. 

Choosing LED Undercabinet Lighting when Designing your Kitchen Lights

Choosing the right lighting when planning the ambience of your kitchen is very important. In recent times, kitchen designers have opted for the new trend of LED undercabinet lights and they can be seen in almost any contemporary kitchen showroom. Other types of fashionable lighting are still popular of course, for instance, pendant or spotlights are still ‘in vogue’. However, in this article Sparks will ask why it is that LED undercabinet lighting has risen in prominence to the extent that it has. The different kinds of undercabinet lighting There are two main types of under-cabinet lighting to choose from. You can place under-cabinet lamps either inside cupboards and cabinets, or underneath them to illuminate the worktop below. Downlights provide a focused light and are typically installed in multiples - along a straight line over a countertop, for example. Generally, downlights are a good choice for highly positioned cabinets. The Recessed Cabinet Undershelf light from Eterna Lighting is an excellent example of this type of under-cabinet downlight. It has an impressive Energy rating of A+ and its LED lamp has a long life of 25,000 hours. The second type of under-cabinet lighting is strip lights, which run seamlessly and evenly along the length of a cabinet. Sparks went into great detail on cove lighting in this article, which includes many of the upsides of LED strip lights. You can even use strip lighting to illuminate entire surfaces. This means you may choose to have undercabinet lighting recessed into the cabinet itself, which gives it a streamlined look. Alternatively, you could have it surface mounted. Surface mounted under-cabinet lighting is easier to install, as you don’t usually have to disrupt your mains supply to connect it. This 22W/m strip light from FossLED provides a wonderful 3000K of warm white light for your kitchen.Buy LED Strips for Undercabinet Lighting Why is LED undercabinet lighting so popular in kitchens? Safety is key The primary reason that under-cabinet lighting is so common in kitchens is that it allows for safer food preparation. Often, when you are preparing food on a work surface, ceiling lighting can cast shadows which may be obtrusive - especially if you are using the kitchen at night. Traditional exposed fixtures mounted in the ceiling are known to produce harsher radiance and shadows. This can be for several reasons, for instance, the person cooking blocks the light. However, undercabinet lighting shines directly onto the work surface which eliminates shadows and makes it far easier to see what you’re doing. This is especially useful if what you are doing involves cutting food with a large blade! Most under-cabinet lighting have wide beam angles which are designed to reduce (or completely get rid of) shadows. This is a feature that is fairly unique to under cabinet lighting and part of the reason they are considered so ‘chic’ right now among interior designers. Why is LED undercabinet lighting so popular in kitchens? Delightful design Another reason why kitchen designers appreciate under-cabinet lighting is because it can bring ambiance to the room. Any interior designer worth their salt knows that it’s essential to have different types of lights that perform different functions: task, accent and ambient lighting. Accent lighting usually comes in the form of a floor lamp or a wall sconce which highlights the features of your room. An excellent example of a floor lamp that would boost the design credentials of your kitchen is the White Ascoli Floor Lamp. This free-standing floor light features a flexible head for directional lighting, with a rotational adjustment angle of 330 degrees. It has an IP20 rating so should be placed well away from the sink. Ambient lighting is designed to lend a certain mood to a room, and is often controlled by a dimmable switch. Task lighting is where the undercabinet lighting comes in – it succeeds in providing a bright and focused light. However, under-cabinet lighting can make a room look more contemporary and warmer, depending on the colour rendering for the light that you choose. Sparks has a multitude of under cabinet lighting to choose from, manufactured by some of the best LED strip specialists in the world such as Foss LED and Teucer LED.Buy the White Ascoli Floor Lamp Why choose LED under cabinet lighting for your kitchen? There are many advantages in choosing LED undercabinet lights to illuminate your kitchen. LED lighting has long been recognised as the most energy-efficient lamp type, and choosing it to light your kitchen tops is an environmentally friendly move. You only require a low wattage (as low as 5W) to get an adequate level of illumination, which uses less energy and can save you money on your electricity bills. LED lights also produce almost no heat, which means that they won’t cause scorch marks on the worktop or damage the interior of your cabinet in any way. This is an advantage for wooden kitchens where wood can be easily contorted to change shape. LED lamps are more easily manageable than other types of lighting; they are directional, so you can control how much light there is and they are also easier to control (to dim, for instance). This makes them ideal for creating ambience in your kitchen. So the professionals and designers have given their view: LED undercabinet kitchen lighting is the way forward - so why don’t you look at purchasing some today?Buy LED Undercabinet Striplights


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