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LED's glow with power off.  If the lights are on a two way switching circuit the live TPS cable may be run beside the feed cable for the lights. Induction can occur causing the LED's to glow or flash.  This is more likely with low power lights such as stair  or hall lights.  This can be cured by installing a capacitor or relay

Premature Failure.    A single failure is probably a faulty fitting, but if there is a series of failures it could be caused by residual power in the circuit.  Even if the lights do not glow the power can severely shorten the life of the LED. Residual current can come from dimmers, sensors or by induction from a live wire.

LED flashes and dies during installation.  The LED has been connected to a live driver.


NZ Lighting Ltd

On Line Shop

Where you can buy light fittings below retail prices.    We have been selling online since 2006 and all our fittings are the best quality available in their price range.
If an item from any of our suppliers is not listed on this website email for details

Free delivery within NZ for orders over $100
Minimum guarantee period one year
Notify returns within 14 days
Remodeling and Home Design

For thousands of design ideas visit the Houzz website by clicking the button above. If you find a design you like email the picture to and we can suggest light fittings to obtain a similar effect.

If you cannot fine what you want in our online store, check our suppliers full catalogues
We can supply any item from them

Calls or emails for more information or prices are welcome

Phone 0800 695 444 or +64 9 475 6747

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Quick Quality Test for LED Downlights.

View the light from close up through the viewfinder of your phone camera.  Strong flickering indicates low quality electronics and reduced life, and maybe tired eyes and a headache
Choosing an LED Replacement Downlight

Some hints are:

Wattage: Divide the existing Wattage by nine to get the same brightness

Cut Out Size: Matching the existing cut out is ideal, but plaster or metal fillers are available

Colour:  Warm White (3000K) is slightly whiter than halogen or incandescent bulbs but is great in a home.  Cool White (4000K) is used in offices and shops.

Beam Angle:  Beam angles over about 100 degrees tend to catch your eye across the room and over 60 degrees avoids pools of light. So between 60 and 100 degrees works best for general use.

Make:   All brands have failures so choose a supplier that will honour the guarantee
Phone.  0800 695 444 or 09-475 6747
PO Box 35 214, Browns Bay, Auckland 0753 :
PO Box 118, Rolleston, Christchurch 7643, New Zealand