This low voltage pendant results from a complex glass blowing technique, which creates a unique spherical shape with a composed collection of inner “satellites”, one of which is an opaque milk white glass bubble that houses a 20 watt xenon lamp.
The mini canopy is just over 1” (29mm) in diameter and 0.5” (13mm) deep, which creates a subtle profile that will essentially disappear into the application surface.
The 28.1m is recommended for new build applications where the intent is to create a cluster or cloud of 28 pendants in a room, without causing a negative visual impact on the ceiling plane.
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 and clouds in foyers, lobbies and other private and public spaces, as well as single pendants as points of interest.
The round, brushed nickel canopy 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. Custom coloured pendants are available.
The 28.1m is a strain relief connection, which allows for the pendant length to be adjusted on site.