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Exposed conduit light fitting

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by olyboy123, 8 May 2019.

  1. olyboy123

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    Hello,

    I've currently got exposed conduit which runs to a temporary bulb fitting as shown in the picture. The plan was to fit a multi arm spotlight to the ceiling. Such as the following: https://www.thelightingsuperstore.co.uk/products/8814cu-jupiter-led-ceiling-spot-light

    Is it possible to attach a light like this to the conduit, and if so are there specific fittings I'd need? For instance could I use a conduit box and then attach the ceiling rose to that. Or would the conduit box be too small?

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  2. Harry Bloomfield

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    You would need to fit a one-way plastic conduit box on the end of the conduit you should then be able to fit a ceiling-rose to that, but check the screw fixing spacing matches the ceiling rose.
     
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    Don’t think he wanted a rose.
     
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