What is Linear Lighting
Linear lighting utilizes long, narrow LED luminaires to distribute light in a linear fashion. These luminaires, available as suspended lights, surface-mounted luminaires, or recessed lights, are designed to provide focused and directional illumination over a more narrow area compared to round or square lights.
Linear lighting fixtures are commonly used in commercial, residential, and architectural lighting. They are favored for their sleek and modern appearance, as well as their ability to offer uniform and task-specific lighting. With their long and narrow shape, linear lighting fixtures can create visually appealing lighting effects, accentuate architectural features, or provide functional illumination in specific areas.
The use of LED technology in linear lighting fixtures brings several advantages. LEDs are energy-efficient, providing significant energy savings compared to traditional lighting sources. They also have a long lifespan, reducing maintenance and replacement costs. Additionally, LED linear lighting fixtures offer flexibility in lighting design, allowing for precise control of light output, customization, and the ability to choose from a wide range of color temperatures and dimming options.