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Tech Lighting River Rock Wedge Modern / Contemporary Pendant Light - 700FJRIVW See details.

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Leaves Warehouse In: 3 - 7 business days
Mounting canopy (individual installation) or
Monorail FreeJack Connector (for Monorail System) needs to be purchased separately.
  • Model# 700FJRIVW
  • Brand: Tech Lighting
  • Shade: 3.6" (H) x 5.5" (W)

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Due to the inherent traits of artisan-crafted products and applied finishes, slight variation in color, pattern, or thickness may occur. For lighting products, most pictures are taken when product is lit.

Tech Lighting LED Pendant Assembly Specifications

(When LED lamping option is selected)
Power Consumption - 6W
Color Temperature - 3000°K
Lumens - 275 lms
Lumens/Watt - 46 lms/watt
Color Rendering Index - > 80 CRI
Rated Average Life - > 30,000 hours to 70%
What better place to find inspiration than the natural world? This gorgeous mini pendant light is hand-blown glass modeled after the smooth surface of a stone from along a river bed. The organic shape of each shade further enhances its natural look. Includes low-voltage, 35 watt halogen bi-pin lamp and six feet of field-cuttable suspension cable.

Questions and Answers

  • My cabin has a 6-foot counter over which I want to suspend river rock wedge lighting. What is the best number of fixtures? Also, is the only effect of the different voltages on the amount of light? One final, what do I need to purchase along with the actual fixtures--tracking?? other?
    PhilMar 07, 2013
    Hello Phil, If you are interested in hanging up 2 pendants then that should work for you. As a rule of thumb, an odd number of pendants creates optical symmetry. You could use 3. This is only a suggestion, not a rule. There are many options for you to suspend the fixtures, but the most economical are the 700FJ4RF (canopies). The voltage does not effect the brightness of the bulbs. It only affects light output when the fixture is too far from the transformer -- to prevent voltage drop.
    Robert - Arcadian HomeMar 07, 2013

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