Guide
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to lay cables in the ceiling must be even before the building will be sheathed.Immediately determine the location for the lamps to the place of their attachment was laid metal profile.For individual lighting zones better display autonomous from other circuits.This will adjust the level of room lighting in the future.If you use halogen lamps of the first class, you will need grounding.
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then is to determine the sources of light.This may be a halogen lamp 220 V incandescent and 220 V halogen lamps 12 V. In the first case, you will need terminal blocks, the second - the cartridges
, and the third - the terminal blocks and transformer with a 220 V to 12 V output.
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Mark the ceiling.Take the circular saw and find a suitable size crown, cut a round hole in the ceiling with a diameter slightly larger body of the luminaire.We will block it halogen, incandescent lamps - the maximum diameter of the bulb and socket.Cut a hole can be a conventional drills, a circular saw, or in extreme cases by hand hacksaw on wood.
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Before connecting fixtures, bran access to electricity by turning off the circuit breaker.
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to lamp held in the ceiling, it must be installed spring tabs that after insertion into the hole tightly pressed to the ceiling fixture.Galogenok pads usually are equipped with clamping devices.The filament lamp holder is necessary to equip them in advance.
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connection.To connect to the lamp 220 through the transformer connection is not required.Galogenki 12 V need it.First, the circuit connected to the transformer, and only to him at a distance of not less than 20 cm attach the terminal block, and this block the light source itself.
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To fix the halogen lamps, turn the cartridge is inserted into the socket ΒΌ turn, and then insert the retaining ring.Turn on the light and check the lamp.
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to secure the filament lamp in the ceiling connect wires to the cartridge, screw the bulb, check the operation, turn on the light, and then insert the cartridge into the opening by pushing upward.Spring holders firmly fix the unit.