One of the main features of the PH lamps is the fact that they are designer lamp fixtures. The innovative Danish writer and designer, Poul Henningsen designed the PH lamps in 1958. The lamps are manufactured by Louis Poulsen. They are available as a series of designer light fixtures. The shade size of individual PH lamps is indicated by the PH light lamp model number. The koglen lamps offers one of the best ph lamps. The lights are designed based on an innovative three-shade system.
Integral shades are one of the features of the PH lamps. The designer lamp fixtures are designed with concentric lamp shades. The shades serve the function of eliminating visual glare. The PH lamps’ light source is obscured by the shades.
This results in the emission of reflected lights. The integral chrome diffusers in the PH lamp design ensure that the overall light diffusion ensures an even and proper reflection of the light source. Most of the light emitted by the PH lamps is directed downwards.
Laser beam technology
To produce contemporary, modern shape lines, the leaves of the PH lamps are cut using laser beam technology.
The PH lamps are usually quite heavy. To support this weight, the whole PH lamp fixture is supported using the strong aircraft grade stainless steel material. To handle the pendant’s heavyweight, a heavy duty UL listed junction box is required during installation.
When a metal halide light source is used, an alternating power supply with a rating of 220 to 277 volts is required. The PH lamp also requires a dedicated circuit breaker that has a rating of 20A.
The wide variety of light sources is one of the features associated with the PH lamps. The PH lamp light source could be a fluorescent source. In this configuration, the ballast is mounted on the lamps’ canopy. An incandescent light source can also be used in the PH lamp design. In this case, the light source is usually a high powered xenon bulb or a halogen variant.
The most common light source used in PH lamp design is a metal halide light source. When the metal halide light source is employed, a canopy mounted ballast design is used. This makes the lamp stable while conferring additional weight.
The Poulsen Artichoke
The Poulsen Artichoke pendant of the PH lamps comes in different materials. The pendant may be crafted using copper or brushed stainless steel. The pendant may also have a wet painted white finish. Usually, the pendants are available in three different sizes. The choice will be entirely dependent on the clients’ preferences and application. The PH lamp’s finished surfaces may either be high luster or matte finish. This enhances the lamps’ visual appeal while maintaining its’ functionality and practicality.