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Taraxacum 88 S1 Suspension Light by Flos
The 800mm Ball of Light - 60 Lamps
Product Ref: 2772£0.00 inc VAT
This suspended light gets its name from the formal name for a dandelion flower. An absolutely stunning suspended light fitting which provides direct and reflected light, looks great fully illuminated or when dimmed (see photographs). This light is seen in many London fashion stores.
The structure is formed by twenty pressed, polished aluminium triangles each holding three lamps. Steel ceiling fitting and rose. Steel suspension cable (which can be shortened at time of installation) length 5500mm, diameter 800mm.
This light takes sixty 125mm diameter lamps with an E27 base. The fitting is supplied without lamps, please call us for lamp prices, we can provide tungsten filament, halogen or dimmable LED lamps for the Taraxacum at discount prices when bought with the light fixture.
Net weight 10.6kg.
|Number Of Lamps||60|
|Lamp Type||E27 (ES) Base Mains Lamps|
|Part L Compliant Luminaire||No|
|Dimmable?||Yes - on standard dimmer |
(TRIAC or leading edge)
|Adjustable Height||Yes – at time of installation|
|Wiring Details||Class 1 - Requires an Earth Connection|
|PDF Document(s)||View PDF|
I am trying to sort a suitable dimmer for two of these lights, what wattage dimmer should I have?