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Caravaggio pendant lamp

Stylepark-ID:04.4370.00008
Categories: Interior lightingPendant lights
Product description

The introduction of the P4 large room pendent represents the natural development of the successful Caravaggio pendent series. Caravaggio P4 looks its best in large high ceiling rooms, whether this is business premises, public environments or in private ho

mes.

There are three different versions of the P4 large room pendent. The incandescent lamp version gives a soft comfortable light, particularly suitable for the private market and interior applications where the goal is to create a pleasant atmosp

here. The two compact fluorescent lamp versions are recommended where there is a need for higher lighting levels and greater energy efficiency. Both compact fluorescent lamps versions are supplied with electronic dimmable ballasts. A screen is fitted betw

een the two compact fluorescent lamps to ensure the best light distribution and to reduce the transfer of heat from the other compact fluorescent lamp, so ensuring longer lamp lifetimes. The reflector version has a broader light distribution and is a litt

le less powerful than the non-reflector version

The P4 shade is manufactured of drawn aluminium coated with a smooth, high gloss paint finish. The suspension assembly consists of curved steel rods and two pieces of die-cast, aluminium-zinc alloy co

ated in satin chrome.

Caravaggio is characterised by direct lighting without glare. Caravaggio also features an opening at the top, which casts light upwards and illuminates both the suspension and cord.

Specifications
Fittings

G9 max 33 W

Emission classA++ - D
Stand/ mountingwith pendant hanging
Diffuser/reflector shapeconic
Inspection seal /certificationCE
Height head of lamp145 mm
Diameter head of lamp111 mm
Form of protection (DIN 40050)IP20 protection against: solids > 12 mm
Safety classclass II (protective isolation)
Fire prevention classesF
Materialsteel
Colorswhite
black
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Manufacturer:
Lightyears, Denmark

Design:
Cecilie Manz
2006