Ceiling light PETRA P2 small + spot
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Delivery time 7-14 Workdays
- Order number: SW11384
PETRA P2 ceiling light - small
The PETRA P2 LED ceiling light from Icone is an extremely flexible ceiling light that, in addition to its function as a very bright ceiling floodlight, also has a directable spot that can be used to illuminate objects or pictures in a targeted manner.
PETRA P2 ceiling light is available in three versions, which differ in size and installed LEDs:
Dimensions base plate:
Version PETRA P2 small: 40 x 40cm >> the variant offered here
Version PETRA P2 medium: 50 x 50cm
PETRA P2 large version: 60 x 60cm
The spot is the same for all versions, is equipped with 11W LEDs and has a luminous flux of 1500lm. The luminaire is available in light colors 2700K or 3000K in 13 different surface finishes. Below are the different combinations exemplified by the smaller version of the lamp as a wall lamp.
Illuminant included in delivery: yes
Power of the LEDs:
PETRA P2 small version: 13.5W, luminous flux 2100lm
Version PETRA P2 medium: 16.8W, luminous flux 2598lm
PETRA P2 large version: 25.2W, luminous flux 3697lm
Spot: 11W, luminous flux 1500lm
Light color: 2700K or 3000K (warm white)
Color rendering index CRI: >90
Height: distance ceiling to end of luminaire head (pointing vertically downwards) max. 45cm
A few information about the technical data
- What is luminous flux?
The luminous flux Φ - measured in lumens (lm) - is the light output of a light source. It describes the power emitted by the light source in all directions in the visible range. To get a rough idea of what this value means, here are a few comparisons:
230V halogen bulb with base GU10, 50W: 345lm
230V halogen bulb with base G9, 60W: 740lm
12V halogen bulb with socket GX5.3 (GU5.3), 35W: 450lm
12V halogen bulb with socket GX5.3 (GU5.3), 50W: 720lm
12V halogen bulb with base G4, 20W: 257lm
12V halogen bulb with base GY6.35, 50W: 840lm
230V halogen rod with base R7s, 100W: 1200lm
- What does color temperature mean?
Roughly speaking, the color temperature indicates how warm or cold especially white light is. The oneness is Kelvin (K). The lower the Kelvin value, the warmer the light gets. The light of a commercial light bulb here would correspond to about 2700K, a candle has about 1500K. The higher the Kelvin value becomes, the colder the blue becomes the light. Daylight is compared with about 7000K. A rough classification of the light color is:
- 2,700 to 3,250 Kelvin: warm white
- 3,250 to 5,250 Kelvin: neutral white
- 5,250 to 8,000 Kelvin: daylight white
- What does the color rendering index called RA or CRI?
The color rendering index indicates the degree of correspondence of the seen body color with its appearance under the respective reference light source. The smaller the deviation, the better the color rendering property. A light source with RA = 100 reproduces all colors very well. The lower the RA value, the less well the colors are rendered. In bathrooms and dressing rooms with mirrors, we generally recommend the use of luminaires and light sources with a high RA value of at least 90.
RA 70-80: medium color rendering
RA 80-90: good color reproduction
Ra 90-100 very good color reproduction