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outdoor or bathroom opal glass wall or ceiling light - Ø 22cm

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€54.96
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ZANGRA SAYS TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

Outdoor light fixture. Glass finishing: opal matt. Made in Europe. Porcelain socket and holder in white resin.

What does the IP value mean on a light fitting?

All light fittings are classified according to their IP value. These IP values (International Protection or Ingress Protection) indicate the degree of protection of the light fitting against dust and moisture. The IP value consists of two digits: the first digit indicates the level of protection against dust; the second, the level of protection against moisture. The higher the IP value, the higher the protection. Check this diagram to see the different existing IP values.


What does IP43 mean?

IP43 means that this lamp is protected against:
4 : a solid object greater than 1mm.
3 : sprays of water up to 60° from the vertical.
Indoor: rated for installation in bathroom zone 3.
Outdoor: suitable for outdoor use if correctly installed in zone 4 (see zone diagrams in the gallery).
See our damp-rated lights for bathroom section for more information.

Is the light bulb included?

The light bulb is not included when you buy this light. You will find here the whole selection of LED, incandescent, stick and halogen light bulbs. Take into account that each light needs a specific type of light bulb. You will find the kind of light bulb that it requires under the "Technical Description" tab.

Are the screws included?
No screws are supplied, as the type of screw depends on the material of the wall or ceiling (concrete, brick, plasterboard, wood).
You need a different type of screws depending on each material.

What does E27 mean?

E27 stands for the type of the fitting of a lamp. E27 stands for a 27 mm diameter thread. "E" stands for Edison thread. So you always have to put an E27 light bulb in a fixture with an E27 fitting. E27 is the standard in England and most European countries.
The early light bulbs (remember them?) had a similar screw thread.
Be careful though, because there are also countries where E26 bulbs are the norm (for example in the United States).
If you would like to know which standard applies in your country, check out this page.
Check out here the complete collection of E27 light bulbs by zangra.