Square/Diamond Shape Wall Sconce with Amber Glass Shade with Wire Accenting from the Sierra Collection
The Sierra wall sconce may be mounted as an up-light or a down-light. The wall sconce may be mounted as a square or at an 45 degree angle to create a diamond shape. The metal canopy and stem is available in bronze. A 75W dimmable electronic transformer is included on the mounting plate.
- Includes Amber Glass Shade with Wire Mesh Accenting
- 120V AC, 50/60Hz input
- 11.7V AC output
- 50VA, 49W for 1(maximum 50 Watt Light)
- GY6.35 socket
- Suitable for dry locations only
- Mount to 3 1/2" - 4" round J-box
- Short circuit protection
- Overload protection
- Thermal protection
About Bruck Lighting Systems:
Since its beginnings, Bruck Lighting Systems has operated under the principles of providing energy efficient lighting without compromising superior quality. With seven different track and cable systems, spot fixtures, display fixtures, decorative pendants, and sconces, low-voltage lighting has always been the focus.
As technology develops new energy efficient light sources, Bruck continues to design new and innovative products to utilize the latest lighting advancements. Two primary advancements that embody energy efficiency are Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) and Compact Fluorescents. Bruck now offers an LED track system, multiple LED fixtures including some that are adapted for 12V track systems, LED pendants and sconces, and 18W compact fluorescent decorative pendants.
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This Bruck Lighting item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- Bruck Lighting 101114BZ*
- Bruck Lighting 101114CH*
- Bruck Lighting 101114MC*
*Discontinued model or finish
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