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Azumi Table Lamp in Matt Nickel IP20 using 1 x 12W Max. LED E27/ES (shade not included) Astro 1142022

Model No. AX4514 by: Astro Lighting
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This is the Astro Lighting 4514 Azumi Table Lamp in Matt Nickel (SKU 1142022) in polished nickel using a ES/E27 light bulb (not included) and a shade (not included).

This table light can take a tapered square or round shade for interior decoration, and both the light bulb and the shade need to be ordered separately.

It is part of the Azumi Table light fittings for indoor lighting, and it has an IP rating of IP20. 

Azumi Table Lamp in Matt Nickel - Features

  • Interior table light from Astro Lighting, part of the Azumi Table Lamps. 
  • SKU: 1142022
  • Finish: matt nickel.
  • Lamps used: 1 x E27/ES max. 12W LED lamp (not included). The lamp needs to be ordered separately.
  • Max. lamp type and wattage: 1 x 60W max. E27/ES.
  • Max lamp length: 150mm.
  • Smart lighting: it is compatible with most domestic smart light bulbs, including Philips Hue. Please check bulb length against product dimensions to confirm suitability.
  • Dimming: this fitting is dimmable if a dimmable lamp / light bulb is used.
  • F Mark: suitable for mounting on flammable materials.
  • Shade: not included; it takes a Tapered Square 175 shade (in White, Black, Oyster, Putty, or Mocha) or a Tapered Round 215 Shade (in White, Black, Oyster, Putty, or Mocha).
  • Class 2 Electrical rated, double insulated fitting.
  • IP rating: IP20 rated, suitable for bathroom zone 3 only. 
  • Dimensions: 490mm height, 170mm width, 170mm depth
  • Height: 490mm (without the shade). Total height with round shade: 642mm
  • Weight: 1.8kg (without the shade)
  • Cable length: 2400mm.

Model: Astro Lighting 4514 Azumi Table Lamp in matt nickel with no shade (1142022).

Lights Specific
Base E27 / ES
Colour Matt nickel
Dimmable yes
Electrical Rating Class 2 - Double Insulated
Energy Type Mains Voltage 240V
Fire Rating F Marked
IP Rating IP20
Lamp Style Modern
Lamp Type LED Light
Light Color Lamp Dependant
Lumens Lamp Dependant
Number of Lamps 1
Projection 490
Rooms Living Room, Office
Tasks Table Lamp
Total Wattage 60
Wattage 12
Zone Rating 3
Range Azumi Table Lamps
Cutout not applicable

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