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Product Ref: 40964From £384.08 inc VAT
This stunning 14 flex chandelier has been very popular with us, and we are now pleased to announce that it has been updated, and now comes supplied with long life energy saving dimmable LED lamps.
This single rose and multiple flex pendant is a great feature light or incredibly useful when a spread of light is required without the hassle of installing individual fittings. Simple yet stylish, energy efficient and moderately priced.
Ideal for locations in the home or commercial areas, these are sure to be very popular in the retail sector and in restaurants or bars. Each installation will be different as you are free to choose how the light is installed so you can use your imagination!
There is a maximum drop of 4,000mm (4 metres) on SEVEN of the light flexes and the remaining SEVEN are 3,000mm (3 metres). This long drop allows you to choose whether to hang some at a wide distance or shorten them to have an even span or less of a drop. They can all be shortened if required to whatever length you require for your ceiling. Also supplied with the fitting are ceiling mounting hooks which allow you to create your own unique display, as these are positioned on the ceiling and then the wires are hung where you require.
Supplied with either 3.5w, 350 lumens, 2200k transparent LED lamps or 4w, 400 lumens, 2700k frosted LED lamps. Both options are fully dimmable.
You can use a different type of lamp if required but this would also need to be LED with a maximum wattage of 5.
|Lamp Type||Long Life LED light source|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Adjustable Height||Yes – at time of installation|
|Wiring Details||Class 2 - Double Insulated - Requires no Earth Connection|
|Driver||Includes integral driver/transformer suitable for 230 - 240v supply|
I would like to connect this to an LED dimmer (varilight v-com) and fit it out with dimmable LED bulbs, will it be dimmable?
How do you shorten cables? Managed to expose yellow and green wires in bulb holder but how do you remove two wires from plastic bulb holder so you can shorten cables?