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Park Lane Floor Lamp in Bronze using 1 x 12W max. LED E27/ES Lamp (no Shade) IP20, Astro 1080047

Model No. AX4506 by: Astro Lighting
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This is the Astro Lighting 4517 Park Lane Floor Lamp in Bronze using 1 x 12W max. LED E27/ES Lamp (SKU 1080047); it comes without the lamp and without the shade. It is part of the Astro Lighting Park Lane lamps and it has a 1307mm height and a square base. 

Park Lane Floor Lamp in Bronze (sans shade) - Specs

  • Part of the Park Lane floor lamp from Astro Lighting. 
  • Finish: Bronze
  • SKU: 1080047. This product supersedes 1080014
  • Lamp used: it uses 1 x 12W max. LED E27/ES (lamp not included).
  • Max. lamp type and wattage: 1 x 60W max. E27/ES
  • Dimming: non-dimmable fitting
  • Max. lamp length: 200mm
  • It can be used with smart lighting systems
  • IP rating: IP20 rated, suitable for bathroom zone 3
  • Class II electrical rated, double insulated fitting
  • Dimensions: 1307mm height, 280mm width, 200mm depth
  • Weight: 13.8kg
  • CE Mark
  • Location: for indoor use only.
  • Switch: switched fitting (switch on the cable)
  • F Mark: it can be mounted on normally flammable materials
  • Shade: it is sold separately, see the Rectangle 400 range (Rectangle 400 Putty 5001030 or Rectangle 400 White 5001002, or the Mocha shade). 
  • Model: Astro Lighting 4517 Park Lane Floor Lamp in Bronze (no Shade), SKU 1080047

Please note that some dimensions may vary slightly due to manufacturing tolerances, this includes cable entry and fixing holes

Lights Specific
Base E27 / ES
Colour Bronze
Dimmable No
Electrical Rating Class 2 - Double Insulated
Energy Type Mains Voltage 240V
Fire Rating F Marked
IP Rating IP20
Lamp Style Contemporary
Lamp Type LED Light
Light Color Lamp Dependant
Lumens Lamp Dependant
Number of Lamps 1
Projection 1307mm height
Rooms Living Room, Office
Tasks Floor Lamp
Total Wattage 12
Wattage 12
Zone Rating 3
Range Park Lane Floor Lamps
Cutout not applicable

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