Key facts

Propeller XL
Manufacturer: >
Yaacov Kaufman >
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Manufacturer groups :
Interior lighting-Ceiling lights >
Ventilation-Ventilators >
Interior lighting-Ceiling lights >
Ventilation-Ventilators >

Product description

With its considerable span of 2.20 meters and eight powerful 23W illuminants, the PROPELLER XL is striking even in trade fair halls and large discotheques. Precisely in large spaces its efficient air circulation is more than just decoration. If desired, dependent on the illuminant ordered, can be infinitely dimmed by means of an external dimmer or set to any of four levels using the normal switch.

Canopy and tube: Aluminium brushed. Wings: Fabric cover, white made of 80% polyamide and 20% elastan, stretched over carbon fiber

Available in lenghts of 700mm, 1000mm or 1400mm. Special lengths on request

Depending on the choice of control request three different types of compact fluorescent lamps are available:
8x 18W E27 8064lm, energy class B ""Dimmable Globe"" (infinitely dimmable)
8x 23W E27 10968lm, energy class B ""ESL Dors Globe"" (in four stages dimmable)
8x 23W E27 10968lm, energy class A ""Compact Globe"" (not dimmable)

Diffused through fabric cover

Light: On/off function via external switch, dimming depends on the selected lamps. Motor: On/off/ change of direction, 6-stage speed control possible, incl. Memory Function via included radio remote control

Other features
Changeable fabric cover for cleaning
Compatible with bulbs of the energy classes A++ - E


You’ll be a fan of PROPELLER

This wonderfully delicate design is an extremely efficient, silent fan and main ceiling lighting at one and the same time. A (washable) elastic fabric is just pulled over a filigree spring wire frame. Illuminated from inside, an animated sculpture emerges that is as charming as it is useful. And with a remote control you can easily regulate the number of revolutions, the brightness and even the direction of rotation from your favorite spot.

Awards / Museums
Design Centre of North Rhine-Westphalia, Red Dot Award 2008
Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany, Nomination 2009
The israel museum, Collection"