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AEG LED ceiling light Fenelia with RGB backlight EEK: A +
Item No. 7315310
Ceiling light in a modern, clean design
The AEG LED ceiling light Fenelia has a clean, minimalist design, because any unnecessary decoration has been omitted. The lamp fits perfectly in the living room, hallway, bedroom or kitchen. The large diameter of the assembly panel of 60 cm also easily illuminates larger rooms. All necessary installation material is included in the scope of delivery.
With remote control and energy-saving LED technology
Thanks to the use of LED technology, the luminaire is both energy-saving and durable. A remote control is included in the scope of delivery of this lamp. This can be used to control the numerous functions. In some cases the full light is felt to be helpful, in other situations subdued light is more appropriate. The flexible setting is very easy with the remote control. The scope of delivery also includes the batteries for operating the remote control.
Color-changing backlight, adjustable light color
Enjoy atmospheric accent lighting thanks to the integrated, color-changing backlight. The light color of the LEDs can be individually selected using CCT technology from warm white (2,700 K) to daylight white (6,200 K) depending on the desired ambience. CCT defines the color temperature of a white LED and is specified in Kelvin. The night light function of the lamp, which is also available, saves you having to grope in the dark.
|Exchangeable lamp:||Non-replaceable lamp|
|Light color:||Adjustable from warm to daylight white|
|Number of light sources:||1|
|IP protection class:||IP20|
|Motion detector:||Without motion detector|
|Dimmability type:||Dimmable via remote control|
|Indirect lighting:||Direct light|
|Energy efficiency class:||A +|
|Remote control:||With remote|
|Night light effect:||With night light effect|
|Starry sky function:||Without starry sky effect|
|measurements and weight|
Information on the disposal of old electrical devices
General information on the Battery Act (BattG)
Notes on battery disposal
Many devices come with batteries or rechargeable batteries that are necessary for operation. In connection with the sale of these batteries or accumulators, we as a distributor are obliged to inform our customers of the following in accordance with the Battery Act (BattG): Old batteries must not be disposed of with household waste. Consumers are legally obliged to bring batteries to a suitable collection point. You can return batteries and accumulators free of charge here:
- at a public collection point
- where batteries and accumulators are sold
- by post to our dispatch warehouse:
Old batteries contain valuable raw materials that can be recycled. Batteries and rechargeable batteries are marked with the symbol of a crossed-out garbage can.
The garbage can means: Batteries and rechargeable batteries are allowed Not in the household rubbish. The symbols under the garbage cans stand for: Pb for lead; Cd for cadmium; Hg for mercury. These chemical symbols indicate that a certain limit amount of the specified chemical substances has been exceeded in this type of battery:
- HG: more than 0.0005 percent by weight mercury
- Cd: more than 0.002 percent by weight cadmium
- Pb: more than 0.004 weight percent lead.
You will also find this information in the documents accompanying the consignment or in the manufacturer's operating instructions.
Special information on the sale of vehicle batteries
The German Battery Act provides for a deposit of € 7.50 including sales tax to be levied when vehicle batteries are sold to end consumers. This takes place unless a used old battery is returned in the same purchase process.
The deposit is not included in the purchase price and is listed and charged separately.
The end user must take back the old vehicle batteries free of charge. If a new purchase does not take place at the same time, the deposit will be refunded.
Returns and refunds of the deposit are only possible at OBI in the OBI stores and for the vehicle battery types sold by OBI.
Alternatively, old vehicle batteries can also be handed in free of charge to municipal waste disposal or recycling centers for disposal. However, there will be no refund of the deposit.
Please note that the return of vehicle batteries by post is not permitted due to the dangerous goods ordinance.
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