Enlite downlights are known for their efficiency and style, but there may come a time when you need to replace or upgrade them. Whether it's for maintenance or a design update, changing Enlite downlights is a straightforward process. Here's a step-by-step guide:
Safety first! Before you begin, turn off the power to the existing downlights at the circuit breaker or fuse box. Use a voltage tester to confirm that there is no electricity flowing to the fixtures.
Gently remove the existing Enlite downlights from the ceiling. Depending on the specific model and installation method, this may involve twisting or pulling the fixture out of the recessed housing.
Once the downlights are removed, disconnect the wiring by loosening the wire connectors. Carefully disconnect the wires from the old downlights, keeping note of the color-coding (typically black to black, white to white, and green or bare to green or bare).
If the wiring in your ceiling is in good condition, you can use it for the new downlights. Use wire strippers to prepare the wire ends by stripping a small length of insulation to expose the copper wiring for easy connection.
Follow the manufacturer's instructions to install the new Enlite downlights. Secure them to the ceiling, ensuring a snug fit in the recessed housing. Connect the wiring according to the provided guidelines and electrical codes, matching the wires correctly.
Once the new downlights are installed and wired, turn the power back on at the circuit breaker or fuse box. Test the new downlights to ensure they are working correctly. If needed, make any adjustments to the angle or positioning to achieve the desired illumination.
By following these steps, you can easily change Enlite downlights, whether it's for maintenance or a design update. It's a simple process that allows you to maintain efficient and stylish lighting in your space.