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Danois
Danois
26 January 2013

Where's the thread with the recessed (in-table) outlets?

Where's the thread with the recessed (in-table) outlets?

I found it (in case anyone is interested). It's here: viewtopic.php?uid=37445&f=31&t=37757&start=20 And the product linked to was from cableduct.com.au

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Danois
Jan 26, 2013 7:25 pm
think_wise
think_wise
22 January 2013

LEDS - internal or external drivers?

LEDS - internal or external drivers?

Firstly have a look at a decent external driver and then have a look at a gu10, ask yourself how do they fit it all in there..... Depending on the chip manufacturer a…

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think_wise
Jan 22, 2013 8:58 am
fozzy
fozzy
17 January 2013

Recessed Wall Lights?

Recessed Wall Lights?

Thanks Kiwi. I found the pictures on Sunshine's thread. …

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fozzy
Jan 17, 2013 9:12 am
Saint Mike
Saint Mike
14 January 2013

What do I need to know about choosing efficient lighting?

What do I need to know about choosing efficient lighting?
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I think trialling them in a plastered house of similar ceiling height would probably work better, if you can find one, like you suggested,…

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Saint Mike
Jan 14, 2013 9:57 am
Saint Mike
Saint Mike
Saint Mike
10 January 2013

Martec LED downlight kits

Martec LED downlight kits

Just saw it says yours are 1060 lumens - so plenty of light. 3 x 3 is not a large area. Again - it depends on what the room is used for ?

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Saint Mike
Jan 10, 2013 9:25 am
Saint Mike

I actually went and bought 4 of the touch lights, brilliant lighting and all I will need out on the deck with the solar lighting as well. That's one you see in the…

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Michelle
Jan 09, 2013 7:26 pm
Michelle
MR2
MR2
7 January 2013

want downlights, LED to expensive, 47 lights per m2

want downlights, LED to expensive, 47 lights per m2

the boat is probably long gone on this one however.... for our downstairs we're just coffing up for the LED fittings at the cheapest builders rate to get them in, but…

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MR2
Jan 07, 2013 3:51 pm
MR2
MR2
MR2
7 January 2013

LED Downlights in the Hallway and Walk in Robe

LED Downlights in the Hallway and Walk in Robe

yeah, Shadows in the walk in are what you want to consider, especially if it has a mirror, if it does have a mirror I'd highly recommend getting some LED's with an opaque…

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MR2
Jan 07, 2013 3:38 pm
MR2
Saint Mike
Saint Mike
4 January 2013

downlights for new house

downlights for new house

Benny - did you buy from Trim Energy. If so - any comments ?

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Saint Mike
Jan 04, 2013 7:51 am
Saint Mike
Brad168321
Brad168321
23 December 2012

Architrave Switches

Architrave Switches

Hi, I am currently in the process of renovating and was hopeing for some advice regarding Architrave light switches. We are looking to update the 20yr old models…

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Brad168321
Dec 23, 2012 8:12 pm
delatite13
delatite13
10 December 2012

Hillstone LED

Hillstone LED

As an alternative you could maybe look at the "crappy" downlights we purchased. More than happy with them. You may be surprised.

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delatite13
Dec 10, 2012 9:18 pm
delatite13
World of LED
World of LED
10 December 2012

LEDlux or Quantum LED Downlights? Which one to choose?

LEDlux or Quantum LED Downlights? Which one to choose?

I totally agree with think_wise, If your want to buy cheap, you may end up with many problems. Find somewhere with brands that have warranty, so if you have any problems…

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World of LED
Dec 10, 2012 1:01 pm
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kerry-ann
Dec 06, 2012 7:25 pm
delatite13
delatite13
28 November 2012

Brightgreen DR700 Review [or even Philips MasterLED]

Brightgreen DR700 Review [or even Philips MasterLED]

Bugger. Only about the $60 mark for the Brightgreen globe, then you buy the holder/frame and the driver. So at a guess whats that about $80 or thereabouts. Equivalent…

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delatite13
Nov 28, 2012 8:26 pm
delatite13
mashy81
mashy81
21 November 2012

Warm or cool LED lights

Warm or cool LED lights
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COB Chips or multi chips, COB chips are actually very cheap if not cheaper than individual chips. Individual chips are general higher efficiency the COB and they dissipate…

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mashy81
Nov 21, 2012 6:37 pm
MR2
MR2
20 November 2012

Dimmable LED downlights

Dimmable LED downlights
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Sorry to be a pain, I'm actually looking at these for ours... anyway you could post some in place pictures? how are they going now you've had them for a while? to confirm…

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MR2
Nov 20, 2012 11:14 pm
MR2
stormjr
stormjr
17 November 2012

Do it yourself batten fix

Do it yourself batten fix

The problem you have is all DIY lighting clips onto a batten holder, or plugs into a power point, but excluding flood lights I have only ever seen over batten holder…

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stormjr
Nov 17, 2012 2:20 am
Georgeo
Georgeo
9 November 2012

LED Downlights and Dimmers

LED Downlights and Dimmers

Thanks think_wise, but I think the 31E2PUDM is for the clipsal 30 series and i believe I'll need the 4061E2PUDM for the saturn series is that…

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Georgeo
Nov 09, 2012 8:20 pm
Gumb03
Gumb03
9 November 2012

Internal Staircase lighting?

Internal Staircase lighting?

Could you look at some LED wall lights? there are some small ones made for staircases and small areas.

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Gumb03
Nov 09, 2012 1:46 pm
Domm11
Domm11
9 November 2012

Am I using the correct LED lights for my new home?

Am I using the correct LED lights for my new home?

Hi I am currently building a house and will be fitting off in a month or so, so I am in the process of fine-tuning my lighting plan then will…

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Domm11
Nov 09, 2012 1:32 pm
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tengals
Nov 05, 2012 5:45 pm
Saint Mike
Saint Mike
3 November 2012

How many downlights?

How many downlights?

OK - ours is on an inside wall - with island bench…

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Saint Mike
Nov 03, 2012 8:35 am
Saint Mike
pipbolt
pipbolt
2 November 2012

Please CRITIQUE my lighting layout!

Please CRITIQUE my lighting layout!

Hi, I am also after a good light for above the bathroom vanity. Where did you get the one above from?

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pipbolt
Nov 02, 2012 1:34 am
AubinGroveFan
AubinGroveFan
30 October 2012

Partial Replacement for C-BUS?

Partial Replacement for C-BUS?

C-BUS lighting concept is good idea but the cost is through the roof. For someone who wants to control their lighting this seems like a good idea... Thoughts?

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AubinGroveFan
Oct 30, 2012 2:04 pm
auds
auds
30 October 2012

Help with lighting ideas

Help with lighting ideas

Hya - those lights look great although I am more of a subtle kind of person - but the idea is good thank you

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auds
Oct 30, 2012 12:46 pm
mtjiputra
mtjiputra
27 October 2012

Clipsal Led L960c

Clipsal Led L960c

Hi guys, Anyone have the above LED? We have just done our electrical with Clipsal and this is the downlight we were offered. Is this any good?

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mtjiputra
Oct 27, 2012 9:03 am
ItalianGlassDecor
ItalianGlassDecor
20 October 2012

Customised Murano Glass Lighting - your own Creation

Customised Murano Glass Lighting - your own Creation

Hi Everyone Have you ever noticed a Chandelier in a lighting store and thought to yourself - "I wish we could have that in a different size or colour"? We with Murano…

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ItalianGlassDecor
Oct 20, 2012 5:37 pm
ItalianGlassDecor
JMAP
JMAP
18 October 2012

Question about pendant lights

Question about pendant lights

All - anyone know where I could find extension kits for making the length longer - somewhere around the 3m mark? I want to use the pendant light in a void area but am…

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JMAP
Oct 18, 2012 3:24 pm
akashra
akashra
16 October 2012

Something to consider before buying an LED bulb

Something to consider before buying an LED bulb

Lumens is a measure of absolute output. Lux is a mesaure of output over area. There's no point comparing raw output if it's all concentrated in to one point, or not…

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akashra
Oct 16, 2012 8:53 am
akashra
akashra
15 October 2012

LED Globes E27

LED Globes E27

Does anyone know if there are any LED's they have used that are E27? Or is there any…

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akashra
Oct 15, 2012 2:24 pm
moxie
moxie
9 October 2012

Eco Light Up 18 watt pegasus downlight kit

Eco Light Up 18 watt pegasus downlight kit

Anyone used these? Just wondering how they compare to the Wattsavers? Apparently 18 watts - 1000 lumens

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moxie
Oct 09, 2012 3:29 pm
Graham B
Graham B
5 October 2012

Brightgreen D900's or D1000's

Brightgreen D900's or D1000's
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So will this new push button dimmer go down to close to 0% on the brightgreen d900's??

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Graham B
Oct 05, 2012 1:17 pm
think_wise
think_wise
5 October 2012

dimmers - push on or switch on with no seperate switch

dimmers - push on or switch on with no seperate switch

Hi I posted a model for a new clipsal product in another thread (31E2PUDM), but I also believe HPM are releasing a new push button (their production samples look quite…

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think_wise
Oct 05, 2012 12:36 pm
Jotegs
Jotegs
2 October 2012

changing from down light to pendant light

changing from down light to pendant light

Hi Ainslee, I'm new to this forum so you may have already come across this product that solves this exact problem you have posted check out …

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Jotegs
Oct 02, 2012 10:49 pm
think_wise
think_wise
1 October 2012

VEET - How much is it worth?

VEET - How much is it worth?

Only approved products, I say unreasonable because compared to the NSW scheme where I have seen rebates of over $100 per light (commercial) for our down light 12-15…

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think_wise
Oct 01, 2012 10:45 am
Jen1977
Jen1977
21 September 2012

Wattsaver LED's

Wattsaver LED's

Thanks Delatite. Stephen from Wattsaver rung me this morning and we had a chat about the lights. He recommended the 70mm lights as we wont have any holes cut in the…

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Jen1977
Sep 21, 2012 3:41 pm
somewoman
somewoman
20 September 2012

LED Light Bulbs - iPhone/Android controllable!

LED Light Bulbs - iPhone/Android controllable!

I completely love this. I'm amazed at how much this is selling as a kick-starter campaign - absolutely rapt for them!! Every time I look they've added another $100k to the…

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somewoman
Sep 20, 2012 4:20 pm
somewoman
Graham B
Graham B
14 September 2012

Lighting who chooses what? Builder or Client?

Lighting who chooses what? Builder or Client?

Yes, everything that was an extra from the standard electrical plan was completed directly with the electrician though I do not know if this happens in other regions with…

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Graham B
Sep 14, 2012 9:28 pm
Forg
Forg
14 September 2012

Suggestions; non-dangly lighting which allows insulation?

Suggestions; non-dangly lighting which allows insulation?

Hey PHL, would you be able to put up any photos? Trying to sell the better-half on the idea, but her opinion is currently "uplights are old fashioned" ... so looking for…

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Forg
Sep 14, 2012 9:08 pm
ItalianGlassDecor
ItalianGlassDecor
12 September 2012

Chandelier hanging over bath

Chandelier hanging over bath

Hi You can have chandeliers hanging over the bath providing they are properly insulated and designed by professionals who take this type of lighting situation / location…

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ItalianGlassDecor
Sep 12, 2012 11:05 pm
ItalianGlassDecor
ItalianGlassDecor
ItalianGlassDecor
12 September 2012

Help - Lighting in the Kitchen

Help - Lighting in the Kitchen

HI Kitchen lighting is probably one of the least visited yet most important aspects of home lighting. I would suggest Rail lighting and there are a number of options…

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ItalianGlassDecor
Sep 12, 2012 10:55 pm
ItalianGlassDecor
Super Nes
Super Nes
12 September 2012

New Home - Install CFL Downlights now Upgrade LED later?

New Home - Install CFL Downlights now Upgrade LED later?

My questions: - If I deploy CFL downlights now can they be easily upgraded to LED later on? - Is there a specific CFL downlight/fitting I should…

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Super Nes
Sep 12, 2012 8:22 pm
JB1
JB1
6 September 2012

Retro large hanging incandescent/halogen globe

Retro large hanging incandescent/halogen globe

Thanks for that! I found a replica on eBay for about $50. 60w should be bright enough for a small WC I also saw an 4w LED version, hmmmm I could use 5 of them over the…

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JB1
Sep 06, 2012 9:05 pm
JazzyJess
JazzyJess
31 August 2012

How many required !

How many required !

Lights hardwired in, how things change. I feel old. :lol: Well I hope now that's fixed you won't need anything done for many years!

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JazzyJess
Aug 31, 2012 1:02 am
SunshineT
SunshineT
16 August 2012

Foyer Pendant Lighting

Foyer Pendant Lighting

We ended up getting a David Trubridge Coral (600mm) for the stairwell. Natural external and orange internal. Will post a pic when it is up.

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SunshineT
Aug 16, 2012 10:41 am
SunshineT
PHL
PHL
11 August 2012

Advice on Bathroom lighting

Advice on Bathroom lighting

Or perhaps 3 lights, equally spaced, and 30cm from the mirror; that way both the bath and vanity will have 2 lights, and it will not look unbalanced.

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PHL
Aug 11, 2012 11:27 pm
theanonyuser
theanonyuser
9 August 2012

Crompton Lighitng

Crompton Lighitng

I ended up purchasing from Nothern Lighting as for 1 light they were cheaper than electricalproducts.com.au. Its exactly as pictured, it does look quite nice and I'll be…

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theanonyuser
Aug 09, 2012 9:10 am
emmanewman
emmanewman
6 August 2012

How many downlights? Average number of lights

How many downlights? Average number of lights

This is the advice I give and so far its worked (assuming a half decent light): 1 light per 4m2 = bright 1 light per 5m2 = well lit 1 light…

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emmanewman
Aug 06, 2012 1:05 pm

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