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NZ Lighting Ltd

Supplying light fittings online direct to businesses and homeowners since 2006.
  • All of our products have full NZ and Australian Certification
  • Free Delivery within NZ.    Next day in the North Island, Two working days to the South
  • Prices are based on the savings from our low overheads
  • Call during normal office hours if you have any questions.
Phone 0800 695 444 or  09 475 6747

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Candle Bulbs Carton Lots $48.00


Last of stock selling off in 12 bulb cartons. Only Small Edison Screw left.
see listing.

Superlux LDE90 downlight with under insulation driver

Benefits of Changing Old Downlights to LED

  • Warmer rooms, ceiling is sealed and insulation unbroken
  • Better light than incandescent or halogen
  • No bulb changes
  • Save 10 to 20% of total power bill - 80% of lighting cost
  • Cleaner look to the ceiling
Keep the change simple by using a downlight to fit the existing hole see our selection

How LED's Work

Light Emitting Diodes (LED's) are made by pushing an electric current through two abutting insulators that have been doped by adding an impurity.
Silicon is an insulator with all its electrons tightly bound.  If a small amount of antimony is added to it the extra atoms have spare electrons. (N Type)  If another piece of silicon is doped with boron the additional atoms will have extra holes. (P Type).  When the N and P type silicon is butted together spare electrons can flow from the P into the holes in the N silicon.  When an electron fills a hole a small particle of light is given off.    A battery pushing electrons into the P and emptying the holes in the N can keep a current flowing creating the light source.

Modern LED's have developed this simple idea so it seems unrecognisable but the basics remain the same.
1.  The LED must be supplied with Direct Current,  and this must flow in one direction through the P type to the N type
2. Mains Voltage is 230 Volts and the driver has to convert this to a direct current to run the LED
3. Some drivers are specified in milliAmps and some (mostly LED tape) in a constant Voltage.  The Volts and Amps are closely related but it is vital that only the driver specified by the manufacturer is used.
4.  The join between the the semi conductors will break down if it is overheated so never exceed the power (milliAmps) specified.

Find More Choice

Only a fraction of what is available is listed on our site.     If you cannot find what you want on this website, go to our suppliers full catalogues.   We can supply any item from them.  Use the code from the catalogue to get special pricing, and we can take an order by email or phone.
Phone 0800 695 444 or +64 9 475 6747


Do not install LED fittings in the same circuit as Fluorescent or metal halide lights or electric fans.  The LED's life will be severely shortened..
Phone.  0800 695 444 or 09-475 6747
PO Box 35 214, Browns Bay, Auckland 0753 :
PO Box 118, Rolleston, Christchurch 7643, New Zealand