Louis Poulsen: Ballerup Micro

Louis Poulsen
Ballerup Micro

Design: C.J. Nørgaard Pedersen, P. Hougaard Nielsen

Article no: 90680
stylepark-id: 04.1124.00019

Ballerup Micro

01 product description

Product description

Designed for a high school in Denmark - High architectural adaptability - Majority of light directed downward - Opal glass cylinder provides soft, diffuse illumination

The light distribution is symmetric and directed downwards. The vertical three-layer handblown glass cylinder provides a soft and comfortable light on the ceiling around the fixture, as well as reducing glare for passers-by.

White, powder coated. White opal glass.

02 dimensions/weight

overall dimension  
43 mm
50 mm
Installation dimension  
Installation diameter
80 mm
Installation height
80 mm
Housing diameter x height  
Housing diameter x height
80 x 130
0,5 kg

03 technical data

recommended Illuminant, means of lighting  

04 security/protection

Form of protection (DIN 40050)
IP20 protection against: solids > 12 mm
Safety class
class III (protective low voltage)

05 All Ballerup Products

06 Tags

C.J. Nørgaard Pedersen Products, craft, Exhibitions, Louis Poulsen Articles, Louis Poulsen Products, Nordic Design, P. Hougaard Nielsen Products, tradition

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