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Tulip Series Compact Fluorescent Mini Pendant with White Glass Shade

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Provides task and general lighting in residential and light commercial applications. Suspended from ceiling, ideal for over dinette tables, game tables, entertainment bars, kitchen counters, or other work areas.

Features:

  • Tulip-shape, white glass shade with a clear glass drop point for up and down light effects.
  • Tulip pendant(s) are suspended from a sleek, brushed nickel canopy with silver cord (adjustable up to 74-1/2").
  • Offered in a single or three fixture cluster.
  • Includes (1) 13W compact quad tube 2700K fluorescent lamp for energy efficiency, superior color rendering and long life.
  • Standard with electronic ballast (120 volt, 60Hz) ensures no flickering and quiet operation without interfering with other home electronics.
  • For use with non-dimmable switches only.
  • All mounting hardware included.

Specifications:

  • Product Dimensions: 6"H x 6"W x 74.5" Maximum overall height (with cord)
  • UL listed to US safety standards and suitable for damp locations.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified.
  • Guaranteed for two years against mechanical defects in manufacture. (excludes lamps)
  • Title 24 compliant

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*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued.


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