01 product description
Small rooms can be subjectively enlarged by flooding light over the wall. YPSILON uses this effect and illuminates a room or wall surface both vertically and broadly. In this case the reduced light housing is secondary and only develops its effect when switched on. The design by Hannes Wettstein is in the form of a “Y” to give YPSILON its light and unobtrusive character.
The built-in dimmer enables the light to be regulated from bright room light to cozy mood light. YPSILON is energy saving and can be rotated through 270°. High-quality illumination electronics generate flicker-free light and ensure that lamps and operating equipment have a long life.
YPSILON is made of the finest aluminum and the finely anodized finish in four different colors brings out the unique Y-form depending on the play of light. While the natural aluminum and champagne colors contribute to the restrained aesthetics, the red and black models enhance the surroundings and are contrasting points to any interior design.
Color clips in blue, yellow and orange are included to add to the ambience and can be simply clicked onto the fluorescent lamp as required.
Form of protection (DIN 40050)
|IP20 protection against: solids > 12 mm|
|class I (protective earthing)|
Silver plug S.A.F.E.
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