Mains voltage under cupboard LED strip lights offer a longer lasting low energy alternative to T4/T5 fluorescent. Available in 4 sizes ranging from 300mm to 1130mm.
Mains voltage under cupboard LED strip lights offer a longer lasting low energy alternative to T4/T5 fluorescent. Available in 4 sizes ranging from 300mm to 1130mm. Part of the Culina range from Forum Lighting they offer exceptional value and a high lumen output of 400 lumens to 1200 lumens.
Mains voltage under cupboard lights are becoming increasingly popular as they don't require an additional LED driver. This makes them more cost effective and easier to install. Lights can connected directly together or link cables can be ordered separately. Supplied with a mains input cable and link cables are also available separately.
Providing a fluorescent-like seamless lighting effect, the Legare provides the ideal amount of light for cooking and chopping under.
- Wattage / Length / Lumens:
4W / 300mm / 400lm
7W / 500mm / 700lm
12W / 870mm / 1000lm
14W / 1130mm / 1200lm
- Featuring driver-less technology.
- Individually switched.
- Mains voltage 230-240V
- Beam angle 120 degrees
- Supplied with mounting clips and 1M input cable.
- Colour temperatures: Warm white 3000K or Cool white 4000K
- Finish: Finish: Aluminium frame with an opal polycarbonate diffuser.
- IP Rating: IP20
- Manufacturer: Forum Lighting
- Guarantee: 3 years
- Wattage / Length / Lumens:
Specifications Beam AngleSpecifications
Every light source from an LED to a simple wax candle has a beam angle. A beam angle is a measurement of how the light is distributed. GU10 LEDs and recessed downlights have a fairly narrow beam of around 40 degrees, anything within 5 degrees is classed as a medium beam.
A wax candle or traditional light bulb would have a beam angle of 360 degrees as the light shines all the way around but is less intense.
Combing brighter downlights with wider 60 degree beams allows you to space them out further, reducing the total amount of lights needed.
More information about beam angles.
120 Degrees Brand Forum Lighting Cap Type Integrated LED Colour TemperatureSpecifications
Colour temperature is a measurement of appearance. Measured in Kelvins, the lower the rating, the warmer the light appears. Choosing the right temperature can have a dramatic effect on a room.
2700K - Extra Warm White
Similar to a traditional incandescent light bulb or halogen. It has a more orange and warmer tone, with a ‘soft white’ appearance. Ideal for living rooms.
3000K - Warm White
Clearer, but still quite warm. This is the ‘new norm’ for general lighting and is the most popular option. If you’re unsure I’d recommend trying this one.
4000K - Cool White
Clearer, whiter and crisp; used in commercial locations including supermarkets. Cool white appears brighter than warm white as the LED is covered in less phosphor. It can make a room appear cold and clinical but used correctly (white walls etc) it can make a room appear cleaner and modern.
More information about colour temperatures.
Dimmable No Length Product Type LED Under Cabinet Light Sku LEGARE Voltage 230V AC
Length x Width x Depth
- 4W = 300 x 24.5 x 34mm
- 7W = 500 x 24.5 x 34mm
- 11W = 870 x 24.5 x 34mm
- 14W = 1130 x 24.5 x 34mm
4W / 300mm
- CUL21661 - 4000K
- CUL25321 - 3000K
7W / 500mm
- CUL21662 - 4000K
- CUL25322 - 3000K
11W / 870mm
- CUL21663 - 4000K
- CUL25323 - 3000K
14W / 1130mm
- CUL21664 - 4000K
- CUL25324 - 3000K