The Humanscale Element Classic Light is the first LED lamp of its kind to offer enough illumination to fulfill ergonomic requirements. The large, single-LED design offers consistent illumination with only one shadow. The construction features high recycled material content, low energy usage and a replaced LED unit, so the unique design features and materials in this desk can also earn your business LEEDs credits.
The Element 790 offers a dimmer switch to adjust brightness.
|Horizontal reach||28 inches max when totally horizontal|
|Vertical range||28 inches max when vertical|
|Working height||18" to fit easily under storage bins|
|Color temperature||3500 K|
|Certifications||UL/cUL/CE and worldwide certification|
|Life span of LED||60,000 hours, replaceable|
|Cord length||8 feet|
|Warranty||10 year, 24/7|
The Element light is crafted of eco-friendly aluminum and plastic, containing up to 81% recycled content. It is 99% recyclable and ships in 70% recycled content packaging . Energy usage is a low 7 watts and the LED unit is replaceable, extending the life span of the unit. This lamp is eligible for LEED credits.
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Select from arctic white, silver, or jet black for your Humanscale Element Light.
The Humanscale Element Light comes with a universal power supply and interchangeable plug options for worldwide compatibility. Choose the plug that suits you best, either the North American or Universal option.
Choose from one of the many different mounting options offered with the Humanscale Element Classic Task Light.
The Humanscale Element Classic Light can be ordered with a 10’ (300 cm) clear low voltage extension cord (Not for use with Tech Bases) or an external power switch.
Human Scale Element Light
March 4, 2010
We love our new desk lamp. It casts a wide pool of bright white light on our computer desk, but unlike our last desk lamp, it doesn't get too hot. Our old lamp actually melted the top corner of our desktop computer! I also like its slim outline. It fits neatly on the top tier of our computer desk, and angles down to give me the light I need for writing and typing. My only complaint is that I thought the lamp would never get here! This lamp was recommended in an article about desk lamps in the New York Times. I would be interested to see what other products you have. Could you please send me a catalog? Thanks.
January 24, 2010
Light took some getting use to (different kind of bulb/light), but after a few days, really liked it. Design is excellent, well made. Happy with purchase.