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Premier - Enigma Touch Sensor LED Mirror Cabinet - LQ038
The Enigma Touch Sensor LED Mirror Cabinet from Premier, bring modern design and contemporary good looks to your bathroom. Manufactured to the highest standards with a 12 month guarantee.
Product Code: LQ038
8.64w, 12v 1200mm LED strip
Clean elegant contemporary design
Manufactured to the Highest Standards
(H) 700 x (W) 500 x (D) 122mm
12 Month Guarantee
Installing electrical products in bathrooms
This product must be installed in accordance with the latest version of BS7671: 2008. If in any doubt consult a qualified electrician. IPX4 SPLASH PROOF – All our mirrors, cabinets (fitted with a light) are splash proof and suitable for zone 2
Zone 0 is the smallest volume that contains the bathtub, shower basin, etc.
Zone 1 is the area above Zone 0, up to a height of 2.25 m above the floor.
Zone 2 is the area above Zone 1 up to a height of 3 m, as well as the area that is horizontally within 0.6 m from Zone 1.
If the space under the bath cannot be accessed without using a tool, then that space is considered un-zoned.
Safety is the main concern when considering bathroom lighting. Bathrooms are divided into Zones 0, 1 and 2, based on their like exposure to water. Only use light fittings in the zone for which they are designed. Diffused ceiling or wall lights are a good option. The main light should be switched on by a pull cord or a switch outside the bathroom. Please note: The classification of bathroom zones has changed. Zone 3 no longer exists, but references to it may still appear on product packaging.