Sania 4 LED Wall Light
The Sania 4 LED wall light has a cube-shaped body in a matte nickel aluminium finish with a white inner surface. The integrated LEDs cast an indirect warm white light with the up and down design. The minimalist wall light has a modern look that can be integrated into various interior styles and provides cosy lighting in the living room, dining room, kitchen or hallways.
The Sania 4 series convinces by its simple yet elegant style. The luminaires, which provide pleasant, warm white light in any room, is available in white too.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Here you'll find answers to our most-asked questions. Still can't find quite what you're looking for, or have something we should know? Send us an email, and we're happy to help!
Q1:What is an Integrated LED light?
An integrated LED is exactly what it sounds like: it is built into a fitting and its LED. Because integrated LEDs are built into the light fitting, you never have to worry about buying new light bulbs and replacing old ones. Our integrated LED fixtures come with a 3-year warranty.
Q1: How long will my integrated LED fixture last?
LED lights last a lot longer than traditional incandescent bulbs, but they do not last forever. Their average lifespan is of up to 15 years for a good quality LED light from a reputable company. However, this will depend on how often you use your fixture. Here at Pagazzi, we only work with suppliers that ensure the highest standard through extreme care and quality control plus all our LED bulbs and Integrated LED Lighting comes with a 3-year guarantee as standard.
Q2: Is it very expensive to switch to LED lighting?
Although we can’t deny that LED lights have a higher cost than traditional light fixtures, in the long term they do save money. The initial investment is quickly paid up through the lower running costs due to the lower energy consumption of these lights. Also, they won’t need to be replaced as often as incandescent light bulbs. Pagazzi LED Bulbs and Integrated LED light fixtures all come with a 3-year guarantee as standard.
Q3: How to choose the best colour temperature to suit your needs?
Use the Kelvin rating of your lighting to guide you! Start by looking at your ceiling lights and lamps, making sure the bulbs have the maximum light output that is comfortable and functional for that space. Bedroom and living room lighting shouldn’t be over 3000K (kelvins). On the other hand, the lighting used to illuminate working spaces, such as the kitchen and home office should be between 3000K to 4500K.
Q5: How do I know how bright my light fixture will be?
In LED lighting, lumens measure the brightness of a light. This is different from Watts, which measures the amount of energy in light. The term lumen means “light,” which makes sense when you understand what this measures. In other words, lumens measure the amount of light your LED light puts out.