Jupiter pendant ø8 cm, white

Article no: 190302840
Series: Calidris-Luna-YOU

Series: Calidris-Luna-YOU

Jupiter pendant ø8 cm, white

Article no: 190302840

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Size info

Height:

2.1 cm

Width:

8 cm

Depth:

8 cm

Packing depth:

14 cm

Packaging height:

5 cm

Packing width:

9 cm

Netto Weight:

0.5 kg

:

35 cm

:

35 cm

Search Height:

0-40 cm

Brutto Weight:

0.8 KG

VVS informationer

VVSNumber:

790111300

Energy class:

x

IP classification:

IP44

Kelvin:

3150

RA:

90

Volt:

230V

EAN:

5711112317171

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RA-value

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Kelvin

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Watt

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IP-classification

IP (Ingress Protection) classification indicates the product's ability to withstand both water and airborne particles. The first number describes the resistance to airborne particles (dust) and the second number the resistance to water.

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