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BIG QUAD wall luminaire, square shape, white, 6x 1W LED , warm white

SKU: 232451

230 Volt Voltage

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BIG QUAD wall luminaire, square shape, white, 6x 1W LED , warm white

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Product Description
Equipped with a total of six high-performance warmwhite Power LED, the wall luminaire BIG QUAD is availble in various colour versions. The two oppositely arranged light sources create two similar light beams (UP/DOWN). Rated IP54, it is suitable for outdoor use. Thanks to the incorporated driver, the electrical connectionis made directly to 230V mains supply.

LED driver incorporated

  • SKU 232451
  • Beam Angle 30� Refers to the degree of width in which the light illuminates from the source.
  • Width 14.00 cm The width of the product. Normally measured in mm unless otherwise stated.
  • Voltage 230 Volt The operating voltage of the product. 220-240v AC is UK mains voltage (What comes out of your plug sockets). So if the voltage shown is below 220v then you will more than likely need a transformer for the light to operate.
  • Height 14.00 cm The overall height of the product at the tallest point.
  • Delivery Time Delivery Within 7-10 Days
  • Light Source LED The type of light, such as LED, CFL (Compact fluorescent), Halogen etc
  • IP Rating IP 54 Ingress protection rating. Classifies the degree of protection against water and dust.
  • Maximum Load 8.8 Watt The maximum electrical load that the product is manufactured to accept. Normally measured in Watts or AMP. EG, if you have a product which is 150w and lights which are 50w each then 3 x 50w = 150w which is the maximum load.
  • Colour White
  • Finish aluminium / glass

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