Oval mirror 60x80 cm for adjustable lights with anti-mist pad, optional light

Article no: 94380
Series: You

435 GBP
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Specifications

Height:

80 cm

Width:

60 cm

Depth:

3.1 cm

Colour:

Mirror

Kelvin:

2100-6500K

Lighting type:

Excl. lighting, but incl. driver (LED lights as option)

Type:

12v light control

Switch:

Incl. Touch switch

IP classification:

IP44

Max Watt:

MAX 20W

Custom code:

9403609000

DB Number:

2152206

Packaging height:

90 cm

Packing width:

65 cm

Packing depth:

11 cm

Netto Weight:

6270.1 g

Brutto Weight:

7936.1 g

EAN:

5713804195500

Isometri

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Fitting instruction

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Adjustable light

Adjustable light is neatly incorporated into the mirror and allows you to control both the light intensity and change the colour from warm (yellow) to cool (white) light in the bathroom. The control is continuous but also has four interval settings so by just touching the button on the panel you can easily change between ambient illumination and task lighting.

Kelvin

Kelvin is a measurement for the colour temperature of light and the number of Kelvin degrees defines the colour of the light. The sun registers approx. 6,500K whereas a candle light is approx. 2,700K.

LED lighting

If you purchase all of your lighting from Dansani you don't have to worry about light quality or colour. Our LEDs are carefully sourced to provide certainty that all of your lights emit plain light and have the same representation of colours whatever light model chosen and where they are placed in your room

Watt

Watt is the unit of power (symbol: W) & is an SI unit named after James Watt, inventor of the steam engine. One watt is defined as the energy consumption rate of one joule per second (1W = 1 J/s). One watt can also be measured as the current flow of one ampere with voltage of one volt (1W = 1V x 1A).

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