The 5 light centre fitting has opal white glass shades and a polished chrome frame. This fitting is a retro-fit LED fitting and comes complete with LED lamps. Matching products are available.
Product range name and SKU: Watson - WAT0550/LED
This product is supplied by Där
|Energy Efficiency Class||A++|
|Height (cm)||37 cm|
|Diameter (cm)||48 cm|
|Number of Lights||5|
|Type of Included Bulb||LED (build-in)|
|Colour Temperature (Kelvin)||2700 K|
|Lumens Output||2250 lm|
|Maximum Wattage (W)||4W|
|Shade / Diffuser Material||Glass|
|Shade / Diffuser Colour||White|
|Frame / Base Material||Metal|
|Frame / Base Colour||Chrome|
|Class of Insulation||Class 1|
|Switch Type||Mains Operated|
How bright is a light bulb?
Because the Lumen output from different manufacturers will vary. Here's a quick and easy guide to approximate total Lumen output.
|2600 Lumens (lm)||150W|
|1600 Lumens (lm)||100W|
|1100 Lumens (lm)||75W|
|800 Lumens (lm)||60W|
|450 Lumens (lm)||40W|
Understanding LED colour temperature and the Kelvin scale
Colour temperature 3100K to 4500K, the light produced is often referred to as a "neutral white", "bright white" or "natural white". Light sources within this range will emit a more neutral white light and may even have a slightly blue tint. This kind of light is bright, vibrant and clean appearing.
Colour temperature 4600K and above, the light produced is often referred to as a "cool white", "pure white" or "day white". Light sources in this range will have a blue-ish white tint to them. The higher the number, the more blueish it will appear. This kind of light will appear crisp, invigorating and energetic.
Please refer to full guide described in the main LED bulbs description
- Model: Watson - WAT0550/LED
- SKU: Dar-WAT0550-LED