Here are photos of how I mounted the 48 SMD panel into the Scamp
swivel spots. I cut a piece of thin sheetmetal to fit the outline of the smd panel with a 1/2" x 1/2" tab centered on each end. Then I bent the tabs forward to about 45 degrees. The self stick tape on the back of the panels was used to stick them to the sheetmetal. Then I plugged the electrical
in and simply pushed the panel into the bucket until both tabs clicked behind the plastic bucket frame. Before fitting the sheet metal to the SMD I trimmed the SMD around all sides so that it would drop into the bucket farther. I used a belt sander for the trimming. You have to be careful not to cut too much or you could remove a circuit trace and render the panel usless. The double sided tape on the back of the board covers the traces and make it hard to see what you are cutting. I am not using any regulator, since the panels are inexpensive, and I hate electrical
noise and light
strobing. It would be better if the light
panels went into the buckets deeper to prevent glare while looking toward the fixture, but that would require the removal of the internal reflector.