Wall lights are not only able to bring to the interior a special comfort, but also allow to identify the premises functional areas.
In the commercial networks can meet the most different kinds of lights, presented in a wide range.
Mounting wall luminaire is determined by its design.
You will need
- - Wall Light-
- - lineyka-
- - karandash-
- - knife-
- - screwdriver-
- - drel-
- - sverlo-
- - dyubeli-
- - terminal block.
Choose a location for the wall light. Its position on the wall should be convenient and provide a luminous flux required for lighting functional area, such as near a kitchen table, chair or bed. If the luminaire has a swivel design, the installation location can be selected with greater freedom. Two or three of the same type lamp, located on different levels, can look particularly original.
Inspect the rear surface of the baselamp to be mounted to a wall. In the simplest case, the lighting unit may have one or two holes, intended for hanging on a pre-screwed into the wall or on special brackets. There are also lamps, which have a special bracket that is screwed to the first surface, and then it is attached to the body of the device.
Your chosen location on a wall draw aa horizontal line, which will be located on the fixture. Note the place where need to screw into the wall fasteners, pre-measuring the distance between the mounting holes in the base of the lamp. Drill holes in the wall by dowels. Beat plastic plugs up to the stop and screw them in the appropriate size screws or screws supplied with the luminaire.
If the design of the lamp includesmounting plate, which is then attached to the device, place it in the same way, having achieved that the plate is horizontal. Attach the strap to the luminaire housing and tighten to lock the respective side screws. Make sure that the entire structure assembly is securely attached to the wall.
In that case, not just when the lampoff into a wall outlet using the power plug, and mounted to the fixed wiring laid in the wall, use the mounting wires special terminal blocks. In general, the fixture mount technology remains the same.