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Lights in Swimming Pools have evolved over several years from 230 volts that were banned to the Sealed Beam PAR 56 which was an Automotive Lamp to several different types of Halogen fitted into an array of Underwater Housings called a Niche and the Surface Mounted. The latter appealed to many Pool Builders because they were simple to install.

The worst feature of these Surface Mounted Lights was they provided an excellent ladder or step as a means of getting out of the pool, the result a hanging light. The more professional Pool Builders install what is called a Niche light that sits flush with the wall.

Then along came the  advent of LED's first the DIP type that look like a small Bulb then along came what is called the SMD (Surface Mount ) that can be assembled using a robotic process.

All our new lights use the SMD type with a beam angle of 120 degrees.

Whilst there are an array of Swimming Pool Lights entering the market place that feature color changing we at this stage believe our lights are there as a form of lighting to enhance the pool at night not turn it into a Christmas Tree or what will become a 7 day wonder. In short we prefer simply to make the pool look peaceful and tranquil at night in either a blue or white.

(1)    Because the LED's are dependent on the right power supply (i.e. 12 volts AC and DC) and as a safeguard because installation and the type of Transformer used is outside of our control we have installed a 12 volt Voltage Regulator. (However the use of our purpose designed power supply is recommended)

(2)    Over the years the designer found that water migration via the Cable Glands in different lights was a major source of water entering the light chamber, in many case this was from the inside of the cable not the outside.

(3)    To solve this problem we have elected to make our lights a fully sealed beam that is simple to install and connect removing the cable gland from the light. Behind each light there is room to stow 1.5 meters of cable to allow for servicing.

 (4)    The Lights operate on a 12 volt AC / DC power supply and exceed international safety standards.

We at Kiwi Pool Products trust you will consider these Swimming Pool Lights on your next project, for more information:


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