Yep!Running RFXCom with Domoticz on raspberry pi3. LWRF dimmer switches, PIRs and plug sockets. Some Homeeasy switches, harmony hub controlling AV and air con. Geofencing with Pilot app. Tado for heating and cooling.
Im in the UK for a few days so am looking for some lighting solutions. Im building a house in Capetown South Africa and wish to take back about 75 LED downlighter of 50w equivalent in warm light and about 45 units of the same but with a swivel capacity Im looking at the 9w led ceiling light all in one unit possibly the 9w lumi life bulb and downlighter in 1 ( sku cl – 9w). Does anyone have thoughts on these units and whether 9w is required to replace 5ow halogen. How fo I go about getting a discount from LEDHUT
@markk, looks like the code doesn’t apply to the uber cheap 4.6W ones they currently have on offer. I will pick this up with my contact in the marketing team – it is after all a spot light so the code should apply. That said, it is already on a limited time offer so they may not include this in the discount. The other problem I have is that it is unlikely she will be able to sort this until Monday – I’m assuming she doesn’t work weekends and we don’t know how long the uber cheap offer is on for. It doesn’t look like there are many of the warm white dimmable left in stock and I suspect once they are gone, they are gone.
There is a way around it, but I’m not sure how legitimate it is. If you add one qualifying product to your basket, the code then applies to all the products in your basket but you do need to keep that one qualifying product in your basket. If you are only looking at buying 3 of the 4.6W then you may not save any money, but if you buy enough, you can effectively wipe out the cost of the one qualifying product through discount on your whole basket. Obviously it waters down the 20% a bit, but you still get some discount.
@mineman If you buy that quantity by clicking on a link on this site, you will be my best friend forever and you could get a huge discount.
Like @markk above, the LEDRF20 code doesn’t apply to the 9W all in one units, but if you add a single 4W wide angle to your basket, you massively wipe out the cost of that (75x9W + 1x4W gives you a discount of over £500!!). Add the 45 others too and you are on to a real winner!
That said, the 5W lumilife GU10′s (http://lightwaverfcommunity.org.uk/shop/compatible-lamps/new-5-watt-gu10-led-bulb-wide-beam-angle-460-lumens/) are going down really well on this forum and I for one would suggest that it is at least 50W equivalent so you may be able to save some money. It doesn’t look like LEDHut do a swivel (eyeball) fitting, but they do sell a nice deep standard GU10 fitting. If you went for these with the 5W lumilife GU10 lamps the total cost per unit for 75 units would be about £22 each compared with the £36 odd per unit for the all in ones and this would also be dimmable – you may not be looking for this now, but it might be nice to have (and it only adds about 50p per unit).
The discount code is only available on-line by the way. Don’t be tempted to phone LED Hut, they won’t offer you the same level of discount and they won’t know that I helped you out. If you are interested in benefiting from this code, PLEASE click through from this site – the small amount of commission I make from sales helps keep this site alive and the more sales I get, the more likely LED Hut are to offer the discount codes from which we all can benefit.
Mark So if Im looking 75 non swivel and 40 swivel dimmable without a fitting as per your second option and buy just the 5w bulbs they are £11, 24 on your link but when I press product on your link they show me £ 6.20 ?
1To make these work I need the transformer ?
2 and Fitting / light case?
Could you help me with a) the site link and b) whether 1 and 2 are required ,
Mark my current order looks as such below , I need to calculate exactly the bathroom fittings and deduct from the non swivel to reach 75 and then need to add swivel fittings for the lounge and areas they are needed. I will then load the order to your site to compare prices and if it makes sense will buy through your site.
*New* 5 Watt GU10 LED Bulb – Wide Beam Angle – 460 Lumens
Warm White – Dimmable
£6.48 120 £777.60
GU10 Fire Rated Downlight Fitting – 3 colour options available
£6.12 x 75 £459.00
GU10 Bathroom / Shower IP65 Rated Downlight Fitting – 3 colour options available
£6.76 20 x £135.20
The name is Chris by the way. @markk was a separate conversation.
LED Hut also offer a quantity discount and sometimes the prices show as not including VAT so the price will appear cheaper than the link on my site. Don’t worry too much providing your order shows you what you need.
So, to clarify, if you want 75 non-swivel dimmable LEDs and 40 swivel ones you need a total of 115 GU10 lamps. Work out how many you need in the bathroom and deduct that from the 75. Order that many GU10 fire rated fittings and then add the right number of GU10 bathroom fittings. You should have 115 lamps and 75 fittings in total. You will need to find a supplier for 40 swivel fittings.
The exact price will depend on how many bathroom and non-bathroom fittings you need. The quantity discount varies depending on how many you buy.
GU10 lamps operate at 240V so you will not need any transformers or anything.
In terms of link, here’s one http://www.awin1.com/cread.php?s=360980&v=4261&q=170614&r=131911&clickref=may25 or just click through on one of the LED Hut links in the price comparison section of this site. Providing you click through and then place your order, the traffic source will show as my site and I will be credited with the sale.
Don’t forget to enter the discount code LEDRF20 at the check out for 20% off your entire order.
Hope this helps
For basic tilting GU10 fittings I’ve had good results with these from B&Q and they are cheap as chips:
MattLighting: LWRF LED strips, In-line dimmers, In-line relays and Plug-in modules, Inputs: Master mood switch, Magnetic door sensors, Handheld remote, Controller: Domoticz running on Raspberry Pi with RFXCom. Plus recently a stack of Z-Wave units!
Mark I have 120 led
50 fixed units and 20 bath
it is rejecting the code ?
Dont I need the fancy heat reducing casing ? the lights are mainly in a slab?
Thanks Chris. Just went through and it did work this time. I am still a bit confused though. The prices are listed as inclusive of VAT but as you go through checkout they then add 20% VAT to the total!Running RFXCom with Domoticz on raspberry pi3. LWRF dimmer switches, PIRs and plug sockets. Some Homeeasy switches, harmony hub controlling AV and air con. Geofencing with Pilot app. Tado for heating and cooling.
No, they are just showing how much VAT you are paying. If you do the maths, you will find that the total is right without adding VAT on twice (14.76 * 0.8) + 2.99 delivery = £14.798 (£14.80 rounded)
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