Louis Poulsen Silverback Suspended Lamp
The fixture emits diffused light. The curved opal diffuser provides soft, pleasant, primarily downward directed room lighting. The metallised semitransparent rear side of the diffuser produces a halo effect and reflects light from the surroundings. The rounded white top completes the curve from the diffuser. The luminaire is suspended simple and elegant from its cord. A white pendant tube in the top of the housing ensures stability and balance in the luminaire.
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Ø 295: Top: ASA white structure. Shade: Opal and alu-metallised.
Ø 440: Top: Aluminium powder coated white. Shade: Opal and alu-metallised.
Ø 295: Fixture body: Die cast aluminium powder coated white. Top: Injection moulded plastic white structure. Shade: Opal PMMA and semi-metallised PC.
Ø 440: Fixture body: Die-stamped steel sheet, powder coated, white. Top: Die-stamped aluminium, powder coated white. Shade: Opal PMMA and semi-metallised PC.
Mounting: Suspension type: 5x0.75mm² cord. Ceiling rose: Yes. Cord length 4m.
Protection class IP20, Insulation class I.
Kindly note that this product is CE-approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability.
- Size Description
Ø 29.5cm 0r Ø 44cm
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