mPro™ Adjustable IP65 Dimmable Fire Rated Downlight



IP65, Adjustable, integrated, fire rated 7W LED downlight with unique convertible design to fit ceiling voids as shallow as 47mm. Incorporated miniaturised NanoDrive™ power supply. Available in 2700K, 3000K and 4000K, mPro™ delivers up to 94lm/W making it the most efficient fire rated downlight on the market. Available in White, Matt White, Polished Chrome and Satin Nickel. Fitted with 60° lens. Insulation cover and FastRFix™ rapid install system connector included. Rated to 30, 60 and 90 minute fire ceilings. Class 2 rated with floating earth terminal. Complies with BS EN 1365-2: 2014 (fire resistance), BS EN ISO 10140-2: 2010 & BS EN ISO 10140-3: 2010 + A1: 2015 (acoustics).

SKU Code Description
AU-FRLM10EM 3 Hour Maintained Emergency Pack
Please Note: May not be compatible with PIR’s. Please contact sales office for compatibility
Features & Benefits
Patented LEDchroic™ lens provides halogen appearance with LED efficiency, anti-glare and precise beam control
FastRFix™ rapid install system connector included
IC cap included
ErP compliant - High colour rendering index (Ra) >80
Rated to 30, 60 & 90 minute fire ceilings
Separate emergency pack available - AU-FRLM10EM
BS EN 1365-2: 2014 (Fire resistance)
BS EN ISO 10140-2: 2010 & BS EN ISO 10140-3: 2010 + A1: 2015 (Acoustics)
(L70) at a 40,000 hour lifetime
5 Year Warranty – see auroralighting.com for details
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  • ErP Compliant
    ErP Compliant
  • CE
    CE
  • RoHS
    RoHS
  • SEAI
    SEAI
  • Class 2 Equipment
    Class 2 Equipment
  • Equipment for Indoor Use
    Equipment for Indoor Use
  • IP65
    IP65
  • LED Light Source
    LED Light Source
  • 240V
    240V
  • Dimmable
    Dimmable



A versatile lock and release electrical connector allowing for easier installation with a screwless cover and cable clamp allowing for quicker installation with large terminals for the ease of wiring
LEDchroic™ anti-glare lens technology accurately simulates the light output from traditional dichroic reflector. Aesthetically, it looks exactly like a dichroic halogen when on or off