The PH 6½-6 suspension lamp was designed following the four-screen system launched in 1931, to create a suspended lighting solution that could be used as an alternative to chandeliers. The four-screen PH lamp was designed to increase the amount of light scattered horizontally and illuminate walls and shelves to a greater extent. It was removed from the standard range in the 1940s, but was redesigned in 1979 by two Danish architects for the Charlottenborg exhibition building in Copenhagen. To solve the glare problem once and for all, they decided to add a small blue screen to the design. They also equipped it with a new surface with a more satin finish screen, painted in white, to obtain a more uniform and comfortable lighting, ideal for museums and exhibition halls or as general lighting in rooms with very high ceilings.
Concept - The luminaire was designed based on the principle of four reflective screens. Most of the light is directed downwards.
Materials: Screens in pulled aluminum. Anti-glare disc in drawn aluminum, blue. Colored curved aluminum arms.
Cable: Length 4 meters. Canopy included.
Dimensions and weights: 500xD. 650 mm. Weight 8 Kg.
Class: IP20 protection degree. Insulation class I.
Light source: 96W Dali dimmable LED
LED 96W 2700K Dimmable Dali - Internal driver
LED 96W 2700K Dimmable Dali - External driver
LED 96W 3000K Dimmable Dali - Internal driver
LED 96W 3000K Dimmable Dali - External driver
NOTES: The Wireless Bluetooth 2700K and Wireless Bluetooth 3000K versions with internal driver, are available ON REQUEST.