By moving the adjustable reflector, you can control having two even lines of linear light, one side partially lit, or one side lit and the other cut off.
St. Charles, Illinois (PRWEB)
August 02, 2017
DualLine LED (DL) – is a newly released Linear Indoor lighting fixture from Solid State Luminaires. It’s IP20 rated for indoor use only and designed to be wall mounted using a single-gang J-box. This LED luminaire has an adjustable face reflector used to control the light distribution and luminance. The face reflector provides indirect lighting that is common with today’s specifications for interior design applications. DualLine fixtures are constructed of aluminum and made in two lengths, 1-foot (12”) and 4-foot (48”). A range of white LEDs were chosen to fit various industry applications. 2700K white is warmer and less bright. 3000K and 3500K white are more neutral in appearance, slightly brighter. 4000K white has a cooler, brighter and more contemporary look. There are also 10 static color LEDs for specification. The colored LEDs cover a wide spectrum including standard Red, Green, Blue and Amber LED, as well as, Pink, Violet, Light Blue, Spring Green, Yellow and Golden Yellow. DualLine has an integral 120–277V driver and so does not require the additional installation of a remote driver. Its power consumption uses 5.5 Watts per foot. It has flicker-free dimming to 1% full brightness ELV trailing edge. The DualLine linear face is rounded and functions as a light cutoff when adjusted all the way to one side or the other. A new flat face and hybrid face with one side curved will be released soon. It’s ADA Compliant (Americans with Disabilities Act) with height and width dimensions of only 2.7 inches, allowing the disabled access by and around the fixture.
DualLine LED is specifically designed for indirect lighting applications with the ability to control its directional lighting pattern. By moving the adjustable reflector from side to side, it changes the result of the light pattern. The resulting pattern changes from two even linear lines of light, to one side being partially lit, to finally having one side lit and the other light pattern cut off. Once a desired setting is achieved the reflector can be locked in…