You will need
  • - the range;
  • pencil;
  • - an electric drill;
  • core;
  • - screwdriver;
  • knife;
  • - pliers;
  • lamp.
Before embarking on the installation of spotlights for suspended plasterboard ceiling, you need to make for him a corresponding hole. In order not to break the symmetry and to arrange the right lighting, it is recommended to make a layout. It will allow you to determine the right number of spotlights and their positions.
Armed with a construction rule or a long spirit level, get down to business: a pencil, draw diagonal lines to locate the center of the ceiling and mark the future location of spotlights.
Attach the metal drill "crown" for drywall or wood, then drill the required number of holes (they have already scheduled on the ceiling). The diameter of the metal "crown" must match the diameter of the inner part of the spotlights, thanks to the outer part of the lamp will completely cover the drilled hole.
Proceed to connecting the lamps. First of all, bare wire ends, using pliers or a sharp knife. Then twist stranded wire: this will give it rigidity.
Then use a screwdriver to Unscrew the clamping screws of the terminals. After this connect the wires to the terminals for good contact firmly with the screws.
Firmly press the spring mounting of the lamp to its housing. Not letting go of attachment, carefully slide the "tochechki" in the ceiling hole up to the stop: springs will open, and the lamp is securely fixed. If necessary, tweak by hand the front part of the lamp.
Screw the bulb into the lamp and verify that it works.