This low-voltage fixture is designed to be composed in atmospheric groupings. Each sphere contains an interior landscape of satellite shapes, including an opaque milk glass diffuser that houses either a 20-watt xenon or 1.5-watt LED lamp.
Round, brushed-nickel canopies are available in two depths and come standard with 10' / 3 m of coaxial cable. Additional cable lengths are available in increments of 10' / 3 m, up to a maximum of 120' / 36 m in special applications.
Standard in North America and Latin America. The shallow canopy is 4.5" / 116 mm in diameter and 0.3" / 7 mm deep. It is designed to cover a conventional North American junction box, which houses the transformer.
Standard outside of North America and Latin America. The deep canopy is 4.5" / 116 mm in diameter and 1.6" / 40 mm deep. It is designed for surface-mounted applications that cannot use a junction box or ceiling cavity. The canopy is completely enclosed by a back plate, and houses the transformer.
The mini canopy is 1.2" / 30 mm in diameter and 0.4" / 11 mm deep, creating a subtle profile that essentially disappears into the application surface. 28.1m is recommended for new build applications where the intent is to create a cloud of 28 pendants without causing a negative visual impact on the ceiling plane.
The mini innie canopy inserts into a 45 mm diameter hole in the ceiling, creating a subtle profile that essentially disappears into the application surface.
The mini outie is a white, tapered canopy which creates a subtle profile that essentially disappears into the application surface.