This low voltage pendant is designed to be clustered into groups. Each individual pendant is a sheet of raw porcelain wrapped around a frosted blown glass diffuser that houses a 20 watt xenon lamp.
Popular residential and commercial applications include clusters over tables in dining rooms and restaurants, accessory lighting in living rooms and baths, linear configurations over bars and kitchen islands, large clusters in lobbies, foyers and other private and public spaces, and single pendants as points of interest.
The round, brushed nickel canopy is available in two depths and comes standard with 10’ (3m) of coaxial cable. Additional cable lengths are available in increments of 10’ (3m) up to 120’ (36m) for special requests.
Standard for North America and Latin America. The shallow canopy is 4.5” (116mm) in diameter and 0.3” (7mm) deep. It is designed to cover a conventional North American junction box, which houses the transformer.
Standard outside of North America and Latin America. The deep canopy is 4.5” (116mm) in diameter and 1.6" (40mm) deep. It is designed for surface mounted applications that cannot make use of a junction box or ceiling cavity. The canopy is completely enclosed by a backplate, which houses the transformer.
The 21.1 is a strain relief connection, which allows for the pendant length to be adjusted on site.