Muuto Calm Wall Lamp
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DimensionsØ 50 cm Touch Dim / Cable/Plug, Ø 50 cm Hardwired: Ø50 cm x D 7.25 cm
Ø 68 cm Hardwired: Ø68 cm x D 7.25 cm
Ø 90 cm Hardwired: Ø90 cm x D 7.25 cm
MaterialExtruded aluminum profile, steel mounting plates. Injection molded ABS cover, soft diffusing textile shades (front and back).
Cable Length2.5 m
Bulb includedYes, integrated LED2200 K - 3000 K
Number of bulbs1
Appliance ClassesClass II
Voltage220 - 240 V
Technical InformationØ50 cm Touch Dim with cable and plug: Touch dim button on the lamp
Ø50 cm, Ø68 cm and Ø90 cm Hardwired: Dimming via Wall dimmer
Integrated, non replaceable LEDs
Lumen Maintenance: >60000h
Cleaning & Care: Clean gently with a dry cloth. Fabric shade: Wash cold 30 degrees C or 85 degrees F. Do not bleach. Machine wash gentle or delicate. Flat dry. Do not tumble dry. Do not iron. Always switch off electricity before cleaning.
The Kelvin (K) scale is a measure of color temperature of a light source. It represents the perceived warmth or coolness of a "white" light. This perception is analogous to the cycle of natural light, which shifts throughout the day from a warm orange-hued white to a cool bluish-white.
Understanding the Kelvin (K) rating is crucial for creating an optimal lighting environment. The color temperature of light influences visual comfort, task efficiency, and mood. Higher Kelvin values suit focused workspaces, while lower values are best for relaxed settings.