A fabulous surface-mounted under cabinet light for superb illumination!
Some surface-mounted fittings are incredibly thick that they can disrupt your workflow and may cause unnecessary bumps. So, if you want a slimmer and less protruding fixture, then our Surface Mounted 1.8w Under Cabinet Light is what you need! These lights are only 14mm deep which is suitable for narrow spaces. Aside from that, at only 1.8w per fitting, it can produce a stunning 115 lumens with a 65-degree beam angle!
Our surface-mounted under cabinet light has an average lifespan of 40,000 hours which can outlive any non-LED lamps. If you want to make the most out of your money, these under cabinet lamps are a worthwhile investment. In addition, these lights are IP44 rated (water and dust resistant), and each fixture has a pre-wired 2-metre cable that makes installation easy and quick.
Since these surface-mounted under cabinet lights are 12v DC, you’ll need a LED driver to make them work. Here’s our recommendation:
8-Watt LED Driver - Runs up to 3 lights
15-Watt LED Driver - Runs up to 6 lights
There are multiple ways that you can control these surface-mounted under cabinet lights, including:
Standard - Switches the lights on/off using a light switch or plug socket.
Remote Dimming - Using our high-performance remote control, you can dim/brighten and turn the cabinet lights on/off.
Sensors – With our extensive range of door sensors and Infra-Red sensors, you can switch on/off your lights when the door open/close. With hand movement sensors, you swipe your hand to turn on and swipe to turn off.
Mains Dimming – When you want to control your lighting on a traditional wall dimmer. You would need to install a dimmable LED Driver and a LED compatible wall dimmer. (Please note: The dimmable LED driver requires a minimum load of 3w to operate correctly).
We offer a 3-year warranty for this product so you can enjoy cooking in your bright kitchen for a long time without any worries.
Important Note: In the cool white LED option ONLY, you might find that you get a slightly yellow halo effect where the light shines onto the wall. If you prefer not to have this effect on your lights, you could choose the warm white option instead.