MELJAC presents its mini LED recessed downlights

Sept. 9, 2022

MELJAC, the leader in luxury electrical fittings, has developed two new recessed downlight models, round or square, in solid brass, for false ceilings. They are available in the brand’s 30 finishes and blend perfectly with all MELJAC electrical fittings, from light switches to reading lamps and thermostats

Elegant downlights with easy installation

MELJAC’s new downlights match all the brand’s brass ranges, and they are simple to install – the transformer is positioned in the false ceiling and the brass plate clips directly onto the light. With a protection rating of IP54, they can be installed in bathrooms and kitchens as well as corridors and bedrooms. Clients can choose between direct or asymmetric LED light distribution and warm or cool white. The two models come with a black or white interior.

  • Formats: Ø58mm, 58x58mm (3mm thick)
  • Direct or asymmetric LED lighting
  • Light colour: warm white (2,700K) or cool white (4,000K)
  • Power: 230V – 5W
  • Beam angle: 24°
  • Straight edges, screwless
  • Protection rating: IP54 Class II

About Meljac

Created in 1995 by André Bousquet, the company (90 employees) designs high-quality electrical equipment using the finest materials.

With about 15 collections, MELJAC offers architects, decorators, electricians and private individuals a large range of options: switches, sockets, reading lights, casings for thermostats and home automation controls, etc. The brand is renowned for its bespoke creations. All products are ‘Origine France Garantie’ labeled. MELJAC is the first company in its business sector to obtain the EPV label (Living Heritage Company). 

Its innovation and working methods are at the heart of its development, guaranteeing an optimum quality. Today the brand is available all over the world, with approximately 60 authorized dealers to help serve each their respective markets. The company has one subsidiary in the United States of America.

Some references: the Palace of Versailles, the Louvre Museum, Cartier and Chanel boutiques, the Hotels Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental, Meurice, La Réserve in Paris, the Royal Mansour in Marrakech, the Intercontinental in Geneva, the Danieli Hotel in Venice…