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Replica PH 50 Pendant Light
Posted By: iconiclamp
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2022
Mobile: +86 0760-87617850
Description of Replica PH 50 Pendant Light
Poul Henningsen designed the PH5 mini Pendant Lamp in 1958, It can use all kinds of light sources, Christmas lights, and 100 W metal filament bulbs. Henningsen wanted to improve the color reproduction characteristics of the light source in the PH 5. Therefore, PH5 Pendant Lamp small red and blue shades were inserted to supplement the color in the parts of the spectrum where the eye is least sensitive – the red and blue areas – thereby subduing the light in the middle yellow-green region where the eye is most sensitive
Features of Replica PH 50 Pendant Light
PH5 mini pendant lamp design is based on the principle of a reflective three-shade system that directs most of the light downward.
The fixture provides 100% glare-free light.
Dimensions: Φ:50 H26CM
Materials: Painted Spun aluminum shade with lacquer finish.
Color: white, black, red, blue, green, and hues of different colors.
Molded foam packing, one piece per carton.
Requires one 40 watt E27 bulb or LED equivalent.
PH5 mini pendant hanging lamp provided.
Specifications of Replica PH 50 Pendant Light
Fixture Design Modern, Aluminum
Primary Material Spun Aluminum
Color options White, black, red, green, blue
Base type E27 / E26
Wattage Max. 40W
Number of lights 1 (not included)
Light Direction Down
Cord Length 180CM
Hanging Method Fabric cable
Power Source Hardwired
Certificates CE, RoHs, SAA, UL
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