Pendant Fixture combines nostalgic aesthetic, LED light source.
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Offered in the new Early Electric Collection

Port Washington, New York- A timeless classic featuring clean lines and authentic period perfection, good lighting design is always a welcomed constant. Introduced in the new Early Electric Collection, WAC Lighting’s new Milford pendant brings the softer side of schoolhouse to a variety of spaces with a milk white glass shade that creates a warm glow, radiating charm and nostalgia for discriminating designers and homeowners.

Milford was designed with an energy efficient LED (light emitting diode) light source. The low voltage pendant operates on 12-volt low voltage systems and uses just 5.6 watts while delivering 370 lumens, a CRI (color rendering index) of 85 and a color temperature of 3000K.

Using Quick Connect(TM) adapters, Milford operates with WAC’s line of low and line voltage track and rail systems and includes the shade, socket set and lamp. Milford can also be used as a canopy mount using the Quick Adjust(TM) Canopy that allows suspension cable to accommodate a variety of ceiling heights and applications.

Designer hardware finishes include Brushed Nickel, Chrome and Dark Bronze.

The height of the pendant is 7 11/16 inches tall and 7 5/8 inches wide.

The pendant is backed by WAC’s five year warranty.

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The lights are on, but the government’s not home
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The good old-fashioned incandescent light bulb is known universally as the symbol of invention. It denotes the perfect idea: clever, cheap, reliable and effective. It was so successful, in fact, that 133 years after it was first demonstrated, our governmental overlords have seen fit to ban it.

Incandescents are to be phased out in South Africa in favour of compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), with a total ban on sales expected by 2016. Supporters of CFLs – essentially limited to an alliance between big business that makes them and environmentalists that adopted its lobby horse – say the barriers to adoption keep coming down. Truth is, while they have somewhat improved in quality, the drawbacks are also mounting.

The rationale for this remarkably invasive piece of micro-management falls apart when seen in the, er, bright light of day. 

A recent study published in the journal Photochemistry and Photobiology finds that ultraviolet rays from CFL bulbs harms healthy skin cells, much like sunlight causes skin cancer. The research finds that CFLs are best used at a distance, and behind an additional shade.

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