LED Linear lighting profiles and systems
Linear lighting is defined as a linear shape luminaire (opposed to square or round). Most commonly they appear as a continuous strip, with even brightness along the optical (opal) diffuser.
Most common uses:
- workplace lighting,
- or circulation places,
often with a unique architectural aesthetic intent, among the others.
Linear lights are often used to create a dramatic lighting effect or highlight an object or intensify certain visual impact of a surface or shapes. They can be long in length and are installed as either pendants, suspended from a ceiling, surface mounted to a wall or ceiling or recessed into a wall or ceiling or joinery.
They can be equipped with point sources and precise optics for specific applications where focal illumination or very low direct glare from luminaire is required around a specific area or task, also to support an architectural intent.
Choose DLS products for:
- a modern and efficient new lighting system
- an upgrade option from an old technology lighting system with low efficiency and high maintenance to a new DLS LED system with minimal maintenance requirements and very high efficiency
- to achieve low running costs and high energy savings.
Light output direction is mostly DOWN, but some profiles allow for both, DOWN and UP or only UP light distribution.