Indoor LED table lamp chrome CCT switch 2700/3000/4000K,More
Item no.: 1004970
250+ in Stock
The indoor LED table lamp MAGANDA TL with 3x optical magnification is now available with CCT switch.; With this bathroom light, you can therefore set three lighting temperatures (2700/3000/4000 Kelvin). The MAGANDA TL is made of steel and is available in the colour chrome.; With an expected lifespan of 50,000 hours, this indoor LED table lamp, with an IP rating of IP44, is sustainable and low maintenance.
Colour temperature setting via switch
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CRI= Colour Rendering Index (colour rendering index Ra). Describes the quality of artificial light compared to daylight (Ra=100) . The higher the value is, the more natural the rendering of illuminated colours.
Requirement for safety measures in place against electric shocks, applying to electric devices. Protection category I: Protective earthing Protection category II: Protective insulation Protection category III: Protective extra-low voltage
Describes the life cycle of a LED. L = Preservation of luminous flux in % B= Proportion of modules affected in % L70B10 therefore means that a maximum 10% of modules attain less than 70% of the original luminous flux.
Describes the deviation of the colour point or colour consistency that may arise within several batches of the same products. (Unit: SDCM)
IP = Ingress Protection. Indicates the level of protection for the housing against external influences, in compliance with DIN EN 60529. The first figure describes protection against foreign bodies, the second figure describes protection against water. The higher the individual values are, the higher the respective protection level is.
Secondary power / secondary voltage
Primary nominal voltage
Shock resistance category
Indicates resistance or impact resistance levels of electrical equipment housings against mechanical wear and tear. The higher the category is, the higher the level of protection. (Unit: IK)
Rotating or tilting
Rotary bar and tiltable
LED can be changed
Lightbulb can be replaced by a professional
Luminous intensity distribution
Describes the spatial dispersion traits of a light source.
Also called radiation angle, describing the angle between two points, at which luminosity falls to 50% of the maximum value.