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Published on February 21st, 2013 | by Jules Yap


Rönas/Ledberg pendant lamp

Materials: Rönas, Ledberg

Description: I could not find a satisfying solution to light my dining room, so I made a customized Lamp myself. There was an inspiring hack with the Rönas candleholder on here before.

But instead of wiring it to the ceiling with Sända tracks I made free hanging tracks from aluminum profiles and did the wiring inside them. It is all routed parallel with 0,75 mm² in rather complicated black MDF profiles an an oiled strip to cover it all up.

The upper profile contains five Ledberg strips. The Ledbergs get powered by a transformer in the baldachin with 12 V DC. I took the one from the plug connector included with Ledberg, because it is rather small when you cut it open and just use the circuit board. Under the Ledberg I routed the 250 V AC power supply for the Rönas lamps.
I hope you like it.

~ Alojz Šuc, Nuremberg, Germany

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Jules Yap

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6 Responses to Rönas/Ledberg pendant lamp

  1. Interesting because I had heard such good things about it.
    International Business Company RAK

  2. mwinter says:

    This site is full of worrywarts…..

  3. Anonymous says:

    We have an Ikea swing like that in our basement! Ours too is screwed into the beam. The kids love it!!

  4. Alojz Šuc says:

    It should hold up to 160 kilos and already had to undergo ample testing. ;-) 160/16 mm screws in a wooden beam…

  5. Anonymous says:

    I like the look, but am worried about how well anchored that swing is…

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