Lighting Pacific Offers a large range of Collingwood Downlights, so you may find yourself spoilt for choice. If you are finding it hard to choose which Downlight to use on your current project, answer these questions to make sure you match your downlight and project perfectly.

1 – Where are you aiming the light?

If you need to angle your light we have a number of solutions. For light fixed at an angle, the asymmetric H5 500 and H5 1000 are ideal for lighting artwork and walls.

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If the focus of the light is likely to change regularly or if flexibility of light direction is key, adjustable lights may be the answer.

If you’re lacking artwork to highlight, create some yourself by setting the lights close to the walls to create scallops of light.

2 – Are you creating an atmospheric environment?

Our entire Pro range are available with a CCT of 2700 kelvin, creating a halogen-like warmth in a space that’s perfect for cosy living rooms and bedrooms, where practicality is less important than ambiance. Combine with a dimmer switch for an extra level of atmosphere.

Atmospheric lighting downlight

3 – Are you installing downlights in a kitchen or bathroom?

For an environment where there is risk of splashes, such as a kitchen, an IP rating of at least IP44 is essential. In bathrooms, the IP rating you need is dependant on the zone it will be installed in. View page 289 of our catalogue here for more information on bathroom zones. For lights suitable for zone 1 look for IP65 and for zone 2 look for IP44.

Kitchen downlight

4 – Do you want to recreate the look of a traditional halogen lamp?

For the look and feel of a traditional halogen lamp, with all the benefits of an LED, our single source downlights are ideal. Try the H2 Pro 700.

5 – Are you retro-fitting 50W halogens?

At 400 lumens, the H2 Lite is the perfect low-energy replacement. Equivalent to a 50W halogen, it not only has a longer lifetime, but will also cut down energy bills. Here is a link the Collingwoods Cost Savings Calculator to find out how much can be saved. The calculator is in pounds, but can be used to understand where savings can be made and click here to watch our H2 Lite video.