Installation of Pingwave’s 2D LED lamp must be carried out by a Certified Electrician. The process, however, could not be simpler. Once the AC is made safe you just strip out the entire contents of the Housing as it is all obsolete.

Only 5 steps are needed to get you in to significant savings. The whole process should take no more than 10 minutes per lamp.


2D LED Installation Step 1

Step #1

After removing the Diffuser, carefully remove the old CFL bulb. This must be disposed of through an authorised WEEE centre, as is any electrical item when being disposed of.

Take special care as CFL bulbs can be very fragile.

2D LED Installation Step 2

Step #2

Remove the existing Gear Tray and all other contents of the Housing. All this needs to be set aside for careful disposal also.

When disconnecting the AC pay attention to the colour coding. Pingwave only requires a Permanent Live and Neutral. All other wires should be safely terminated and labelled.


2D LED Installation Step 3

Step #3

In our experience a new Terminal Block needs to be used.

Many existing Terminal Blocks will have badly corroded and may turn to powder when touched, due to the excessive constant heat from the old CFL technology.

2D LED Installation Step 4

Step #4

Locate the Mounting Block provided in a central position and affix with the two self-tapping screws provided.

It is worth taking a minute to get this right as a line of Pingwave lights in a symmetrical formation looks great.

Both the Permanent Live and Neutral can be connected.

A 7mm hole is required for the Daylight Sensor. This should be orientated towards the strongest source of natural light.


2D LED Installation Step 5

Step #5

Place Pingwave on the Mounting Block. Two tamperproof screws have been provided for security. These are for your peace of mind; Pingwave stays on its Mounting Block without them.

Make sure to connect the Battery Pack provided. Pingwave operates as a Maintained Emergency Luminaire once included.

Pingwave 2D LED is certified to EN60598-2-22 and is suitable for installation under the IS3217:2008 standard.

Average cost savings of between 80-90% over standard CFL