BULBO57 By Flos
LED pendant lamp
Borosilicate glass, Blown crystal
Bulbo was designed for an installation at the XI Triennale in Milan in 1957. A large industrial bulb deprived of its screw cap and with a shortened neck to take the shape of a bubble, with a filament inside as the distinguishing feature. The 2019 edition by Flos reproduces the classic filament in tungsten with an LED source, preserving the same color and intensity of the light as in the original
A bulb-shaped lighting unit made of blown borosilicate glass, with good shock resistance properties and excellent transparency, due to the reduced thickness of the material. The led filament is held in position by a molybdenum structure incorporated in a thin tube, also made of borosilicate, which is used in turn to extract the air and therefore prevent any internal condensation build-up. The filaments which convey the power are housed in a dedicated cable gland designed to satisfy the safety regulations and standards. The light source consists of a 225 mm long flexible micro-led filament, using customised electronics which can handle a light flow of 210 - 450 lumen, using the most common Triac dimmers. Luminous flux is in proportion to the voltage for each lighting fixture. The light temperature of 2200°K was selected to replicate that of the traditional incandescent lamp. The same applies to the high CRI (95), which guarantees a high quality standard of chromatic performance.
Weight: 0,870 Kg
Light sources available: 225 mm long flexible micro-led filament 6W 2200°K 210 - 450 lumen CRI95.
Power: 6 W. The light source is guaranteed for 15,000 hours, with a flow loss of less than 20% in the course of time.
Supply included: Yes
Cord Length: max. 2mt mm
Materials: Blown crystal