Livarno 6401–186L User Manual [cs, de, en]

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Energy -Saving Ceiling Light

ENERGY -SAVING CEILING LIGHT

ENERGETICKY ÚSPORNÉ

Assembly  and safety advice

STROPNÍ  SVÍTIDLO

 

Pokyny  k montáži a bezpečnostní pokyny

ENERGIESPAR-DECKENLEUCHTE

 

Montage - und Sicherheitshinweise

 

IAN 73850

Before  reading, unfold the page containing the illustrations and familiarise yourself with all functions of the device.

Před  čtením si otevřete stranu s obrázky a potom se seznamte se všemi funkcemi přístroje.

Klappen  Sie vor dem Lesen die Seite mit den Abbildungen aus und machen Sie sich anschließend mit allen Funktionen  des Gerätes vertraut.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

 

 

Proper use............................................................................................................................................

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Description of parts.............................................................................................................................

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Technical data.....................................................................................................................................

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Scope of delivery.................................................................................................................................

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Safety

 

 

Safety notes.........................................................................................................................................

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Preparation

 

 

Required tools and materials..............................................................................................................

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Before installation....................................................................................................................

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Preparing for use

 

 

Mounting the light................................................................................................................................

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Replacing a bulb.................................................................................................................................

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Maintenance and cleaning...............................................................................................

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Disposal.............................................................................................................................................

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Warranty and Service

 

 

Warranty Declaration.........................................................................................................................

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Service address....................................................................................................................................

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Declaration of conformity....................................................................................................................

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Manufacturer.......................................................................................................................................

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Introduction / Safety

Energy-Saving Ceiling Light

Introduction

We congratulate you on the purchase of your new device. You have chosen a high quality product. Please read

carefully and completely through these operating instructions. Fold out the page with the illustrations. These instructions are part of the product and contain important information about bringing the product into use and its handling. Always observe all the safety advice. Check that the correct mains voltage is available and that all the parts have been properly assembled before bringing into use. Should you have any questions or be uncertain as to how to operate the device, please get in touch with your dealer or service point. Please keep these instructions in a safe place and hand them on to a third party if necessary.

Technical data

Article No.:

6401–186L

Dimensions:

approx. 73.5 x 16 x 5.5 cm

 

(L x W x H)

Operating voltage:

230–240 V  , 50 Hz

Bulbs:

220–240 V, 18 W, T8

Max. nominal output:

2 x 18 W

Protection class:

I /

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Protection class:

IP20 (only suitable for

 

indoor use)

Scope of delivery

1Ceiling light, model 6401–186L

2Bulbs 18 W, T8

4

Dowels

4

Screws

1

Operating instructions

Proper use

This light is suitable only for interior use, in dry and enclosed spaces. The lamp can be attached to all normally flammable surfaces. This device is intended for use only in a domestic, private household environment.

Description of parts

1Cover

2Bulb

3a End cap

3b End cap

4Opening for mains connection cable

5Mains connection cable (external)

6Terminal block

7Mounting opening

Safety

Safety notes

Damages due to failure to follow these instructions for use will void the product warranty! We assume no liability for secondary failures! We assume no liability for property or personal damages due to improper handling or failure to observe safety instructions!

Avoid danger to life from electric shock

Ensure that a qualified electrician or a person trained to carry out electrical installations performs the electrical installation.

Check the lamp and the mains lead for damage each time before connecting them. Never use your lamp if you discover that it is damaged in any way.

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CAUTION! A damaged mains lead presents a serious danger to life from electric shock. In the event of damage, repairs or other problems with the lamp, please contact the Service Centre or an electrician.

Before installation, remove the fuse for this circuit or switch off the circuit breaker (0 setting) in the fuse box.

Before assembly, ensure that the available mains voltage corresponds to the operating voltage necessary for the light (230–240 V  ).

Never let the lamp come into contact with water or other liquids.

Never open or insert anything into electrical fittings or equipment. This may result in the danger of death from electric shock.

Do not attach the light to damp or conductive substrates!

Avoid fire hazards and risk of injury

RISK OF INJURY! Check every bulb for damage immediately upon unpacking. Do not install the light if the bulbs are defective. If they are, contact the service point for a replacement.

RISK OF INJURY FROM BURNS! Ensure the lamp has been switched off and allowed to cool before you touch it. Light bulbs develop a great deal of heat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIRE HAZARD! Fit the light so that

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.5 m

 

it is at least 0.5 m away from the

 

 

 

 

 

 

material illuminated. Fire can result

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

from the development of too much heat. Replace any faulty bulbs with new ones immediately. Before replacing the bulb, always remove the fuse or switch the automatic cutout off.

Do not allow the lamp or the packaging materials to lie around unattended. Plastic film or bags, Styrofoam etc. can turn into dangerous toys for children.

Do not use this light for dimmers or electronic switches. It is not suitable for this mode of operation.

Safety / Preparation

Working safely

Only use 220–240 V  bulbs with a maximum output of 18 Watt.

Install the lamp so that it is protected from moisture, wind and dirt.

Make careful preparations for the assembly and take sufficient time. Clearly lay out all components and any additional tools or materials that might be required so that they are readily to hand.

Install the lamp on stable surfaces only (e.g. masonry). Check before mounting the light to the ceiling whether the ceiling is suitable for supporting the light. If necessary seek advice from your local DIY supplier or a construction specialist.

Examine the ceiling before installation and choose suitable installation fixings. For ceiling installation we have supplied fixings suitable for ordinary solid concrete or masonry construction. Remain alert at all times and always watch what you are doing! Always pay attention to what you are doing and act with common sense. Always proceed with caution and do not assemble the lamp if you cannot concentrate or feel unwell.

Preparation

Required tools and materials

The tools and materials referred to are not included in delivery. The details and values given are nonbinding and for guidance only. The condition of the material is determined by the individual local conditions.

Pencil / marking tool

Voltage tester

Crosstip screwdriver

Electric drill

Drill

Edge cutter

Ladder

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Before installation / Preparing for use

Before installation

Important: The electrical connection must be carried out by a qualified electrician or someone trained to perform electrical installations. This person must be familiar with the properties of the light and all connection regulations.

Familiarise yourself with all instructions and diagrams in this manual as well as with the light before installation.

Before installation, ensure that the cable that the light is to be attached to is not live. To do this, remove the fuse or switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box (0 position).

Use the voltage tester to check that there is no voltage.

Preparing for use

Mounting the light

Note: you will need a drill for installation.

CAUTION! RISK OF INJURY! Refer to your drill’s operating instructions.

Remove the end cap 3a by pressing it lightly out of the fastening and moving it away to the side. The end cap, beneath which is the terminal block 6 needed for connection, is marked (see label “Output wire”).

Remove the cover

1

by moving it away to the

side.

 

 

 

 

Remove both bulbs

 

2

. Remove the respective

light bulb 2 by turning it a ¼ turn and pulling it out of the socket. Use a clean, lint-free cloth when you are replacing a bulb.

To uncover the mounting openings 7 , remove the chromed reflector inside the ceiling lamp. To do so, rotate the two white plastic caps ¼ turn to the left and pull them out.

Then remove the reflector.

Hold the light on the required position on the ceiling.

Mark the drill holes for the installation openings 7 (see fig. B).

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Drill the holes (ø approx. 6 mm, depth approx. 40 mm). Make sure that no electrical wiring is damaged during this operation.

Insert the dowels in the drilled holes. Use a hammer if necessary.

Insert the supplied screws into the dowels and let them project a distance of about 2.0 mm from the ceiling or mounting surface.

Insert the screws into the mounting openings provided for them 7 of the light and align the light by pushing it to the left or to the right. Finally tighten the screws.

Now re-insert the chromed reflector and fasten it with the previously removed plastic caps by inserting them into the openings provided for them and rotating them ¼ turn to the right. Check for correct fitting.

Route the mains connection cable (external) 5 through the opening provided for it 4 in the end cap that was previously removed 3a . Note: Carefully remove the pre-punched connection plate from the opening 4 for the mains connection cable (external) 5 so you can guide the cable through the opening 4 . Now connect the connection cable of the light to the mains connection cable (external) 5 by means of the terminal block 6 provided. Note: Ensure that each wire of the mains connection cable (external) is properly connected in the correct place: live wire, black or brown = symbol L, neutral wire, blue = symbol N, protective earth wire, green-yellow = symbol . Insert the two bulbs 2 once again. Insert each bulb 2 into the socket and tighten it with a

¼ turn. Check for correct fitting.

Reinsert the cover 1 and put the end cap 3a back on the light housing. Ensure that the end cap is correctly seated.

Your light is now ready for operation.

Replacing a bulb

CAUTION! RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!

To replace the bulb , first of all disconnect the light from the mains circuit. To do this, remove the fuse

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