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THEOS 101 E27 wall lamp, square, bronze, max. 24W

SKU: 229618

230 Volt Voltage

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THEOS 101 E27 wall lamp, square, bronze, max. 24W

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Product Description
The wall-mounted luminaire THEOS 101 consists of aluminum and a frosted glass that covers the light outlet. Rated IP44 it is suitable for outdoor use. Available in different colour versions, the electrical connection is made directly to 230V mains supply.

Bulb maximum length 13 cm

  • SKU 229618
  • Width 22.50 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 12.50 cm The overall height of the product at the tallest point.
  • Delivery Time Delivery Within 3-7 Days
  • Light Source Energy-saving bulb E27 max. 24W The type of light, such as LED, CFL (Compact fluorescent), Halogen etc
  • IP Rating IP 44 Ingress protection rating. Classifies the degree of protection against water and dust.
  • Lamp Base E27 Indicates the size of the electrical connection at the bottom of the light source. Such as screw or bayonet etc. If you are confused with what you require please feel free to contact us for us.
  • Maximum Load 24 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 bronze
  • Finish aluminium / glass

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