Designed: 2006; Manufactured: June 22 2009.
(a)Front on base: [company logo]; underside of base, attached white thick paper label with black printed script: "[company logo] HERMAN MILLER/LEAF [TRADE MARK SIGN] PERSONAL LIGHT [chinese characters]/MODEL[chinese characters]: G6510.32/PSU INPUT [chinese characters] DC24V-1.OA,50-60HZ/LIGHT INPUT[chinese characters] DC2406A [ - + symbols]/LIGHT POWER[chinese characters] 15W/MANUFACTURED DATE [chinese characters]JUN 22 2009/CONTROLLER DATE CODE: F C [symbol] UL FILE NO:E307527/DESIGNED IN THE USA MADE IN CHINA[chinese characters]/PATENT PENDING 188-443 4357"; underneath, small gold label with black print: " C UL[in circle]/LISTED/PORTABLE LUMINAIRE/LUMINARIE PORTATIF/ISSUE NO: BL 12/L11249768"
(b) AC adapter with clear printed label with symbols. (c) power cord: voltage information printed in grey along cord and attached white paper label, printed in black: "10A 125V"
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Yves Behar (Swiss, born 1967). Leaf Lamp, Designed: 2006; Manufactured: June 22 2009. Aluminum, LED, 21 x 8 11/16 in. (53.3 x 22.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Yves Behar/fuseproject, 2010.15.3a-c. Creative Commons-BY
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