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Lumi-Plugin downlight offers 6 safety variants

Sprinklers, smoke alarms, PIR sensors and more can be slotted into the light fitting for clutter-free, streamlined ceilings

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Lumi-Plugin downlights feature sprinklers, smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms, PIR sensors and emergency lights - all concealed in the ceiling.
Lumi-Plugin downlights feature sprinklers, smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms, PIR sensors and emergency lights - all concealed in the ceiling.

The Lumi-Plugin modular downlight integrates six interchangeable, intelligent and easy-to-install safety-feature Plugins, helping to save space, energy, costs and lives - all in one design.

The low voltage LED downlight measures just 110cm and creates a halo beam around each Plugin, concealing it seamlessly in the ceiling.

A built-in driver, replaceable bulb and quick-connect junction box make installation and maintenance easy. The Lumi-Plugin is Fire Rated 30/60/90 and comes with a five-year warranty.

The six slot-in variants are: an emergency light that is battery assisted for up to three hours, a sprinkler suitable for concealed sprinkler systems, the world's smallest mains-powered smoke alarm, a heat alarm that connects to the smoke alarm wirelessly, plus a carbon monoxide alarm and PIR sensor. 

  • Lumi-Plugin downlight with mains-powered smoke alarm: the world's smallest.
    Lumi-Plugin downlight with mains-powered smoke alarm: the world's smallest.
  • Lumi-Plugin downlight with mains-powered heat alarm: designed to link with the smoke alarm to offer complete coverage and rapid connectivity.
    Lumi-Plugin downlight with mains-powered heat alarm: designed to link with the smoke alarm to offer complete coverage and rapid connectivity.
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For more information and technical support, visit lumi-plugin.com

 

Contact:

0330 380 1329

hello@lumi-plugin.com


 

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