MITTLEDLED ktchn drawer lighting w sensor, dimmable white

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It enhances the atmosphere and gives a good overview of things inside your drawers. No need to turn on bright lights to look for things in the middle of the night. Easy to install – no electrician needed.

Article number604.635.49

Product details

Adds a decorative finish to your kitchen.

The light switches on and off automatically when you open or close the drawer so no energy is wasted.

Built-in LED light source.

Approved for IP20.

Light color: warm white (2700 Kelvin).

Color Rendering Index (CRI): >90.

The light source has a lifetime of approx. 25,000 hours. This corresponds to about 20 years if the lamp is on for 3 hours per day.

Fits in 23⅝" cabinets.

To be completed with ANSLUTA LED driver, sold separately.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article number604.635.49
  • Aluminum

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

Measurements

Length: 56 cm (22 ")

Luminous flux: 50 Lumen

Width: 2.5 cm (1 ")

Height: 3 cm (1 ")

Cord length: 3.5 m (11 ' 6 ")

Power: 2.5 W

  • MITTLED
    LED ktchn drawer lighting w sensorArticle no604.635.49

    Width: 4 cm (1 ¾ ")

    Height: 3 cm (1 ¼ ")

    Length: 59 cm (23 ¼ ")

    Weight: 0.32 kg (11 oz)

    Package(s): 1

Material

What is aluminium?

After iron, aluminum is the world's most used metal and has a very wide range of uses. It’s easy to shape and lightweight, but is still strong and durable. In our range we use it for things such as kitchen utensils, curtain rods and tealight cups. A big advantage with aluminum is that it can be recycled again and again without losing its quality. Recycling consumes only a fraction of the energy required to produce aluminum from new raw materials.