Nora Rail Circle 2-Foot Kit with 3 Halogen Amber Swift Glass Track Heads $133.00

Nora Rail Circle 2-Foot Kit with 3 Halogen Amber Swift Glass Track Heads $133.00

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Track Lighting

In the early stages of its popularity, track lighting would most often be found in commercial settings for utilitarian purposes. But lighting designers have since transformed the medium. Sure, industrial track systems are still widely available, but now we have many innovative types of residential track lighting, as well. You can use it for accenting decorations with spot light track heads or illuminating kitchens with pendant fixtures. Below we’ll give you some track lighting ideas for commercial or residential settings. We will explain the different types of track lighting fixtures and light sources, and it will become clear that track lighting is coming even more into style

3-foot Daylight LED Rope Light Kit $16.00

3-foot Daylight LED Rope Light Kit $16.00

Light up your space in a beautiful and subtle way with indoor or outdoor rope lighting. Browse our selection of warm white and cool white LED rope light in several lengths, as well as a number of creative ideas and information about how to use and install outdoor rope lighting.

Product Description

This cool white LED rope light interconnects to build semi-custom lighting solutions for store window displays, step lights, bookshelves, and much more. Multiple sections of rope light may be linked together for a maximum run of 192 feet and does not require a separate driver. This rope light is UL listed for wet locations, and has a rated life of 60,000 hours.

Includes a 5ft cord & plug, one plastic mounting clip for each foot ordered, 2 threaded couplers, and 1 end cap. For any installation that will remain outdoors for long periods of time, all of the electrical conductors should be coated with dielectric grease (protects electrical connections from salt, dirt, and corrosion) and the outside of the threaded couplers should be thoroughly sealed with silicone caulk after they have been securely tightened. Non-Submersible: should not be used under water. Linkable up to 192ft.

Display Lights

Display Lights

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Setting up a table top or pop-up display that will only last a short time? Looking to achieve the most convenient set-up and breakdown possible. The star of this efficiency show are clamp-on, portable display lights. Screws? Don’t need ’em. Drill? Don’t need it. Clamp lights can attach super-easily to the tops and sides of exhibit booth walls, shelves, or anything rectangular. You might exclaim, “But this is an industrial exhibit space! There aren’t booth walls – only a bunch of pipes!” Relax: We have pipe-clamp display lights, too.

Black LED PAR30 Line Voltage Freestanding Monopoint Accent Light $115.00

Black LED PAR30 Line Voltage Freestanding Monopoint Accent Light $115.00

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Spot items that are light with bright, clear accent lighting fixture. The Monopoint lights will make all your retail items, displays, or artwork pop. The Monopoint lighting fixtures are pretty straightforward; they produce a single, constricted beam of light. When the beam of light is focused on an individual or thing, the spotlighting effect outstandingly highlights the object. Use LED for your sensitive displays like art and relics. Unlike the fluorescent and halogen sources, LEDs generate insignificant ultraviolet radiation. Why is this important? UV rays to objects can cause surface damage over time. If conservation is key for your highlighting job, then Monopoint fixtures are the perfect selection.

Considerations Before Choosing Monopoint Lights

There are innumerable styles of monopoint lights that range from beautiful to fanciful, with a few being downright odd. It is all a simple matter of taste. Consider the following when picking monopoint lights:

Style

Monopoint lights are visible fixtures not like recessed lights which are tucked away. Pick a style that you will be happy with instead of a trend statement that may be something you will be insisting on changing two years from now.
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When you pick monopoint lights, check properly as some fixtures do not come fitted with all the required parts. For instance, you may purchase the monopoint canopies separately.

Voltage

On average, the line voltage fixtures are less expensive than the low voltage lights as you’re not buying the transformer. Alternatively, the low voltage lights typically use smaller light bulbs, and these allow for smaller fixtures. It can be necessary for monopoint lights depending on what your taste is.

Shades

Monopoint lighting fixtures with translucent shades set some light downward in addition to outward. On the other hand, fixtures with a solid shade plus an opening at the end will serve more like a spot, illuminating the area below it. It is mainly a matter of preference. However, sometimes the glow generated by a pendant with transparency contributes to the décor and mood of a room.

Contemplate Adjustability

Look to find out if the monopoint lighting fixture you pick has a capacity for adjustability after installation. In other words, is it possible to shorten its mounting height? (you can shorten a fixture’s drop height, but can’t lengthen it).
Other monopoint lighting fixtures are hung from metal rods and sometimes they can be cut. The lights which are hung from flexible cords are cut easily (usually called “field cut”) to a proper length but not always. There is also an option with some monopoint fixtures for “perpetual” adjustability.

Think About Energy Efficiency

You buy monopoint lights that you like and look presentable. But remember that fluorescent and LED lamps are more energy efficient than the incandescent lights. If you are planning on going for green monopoint lighting, first look for the more efficient categories and then go for a decorative type you like within the groups.
From a proficiency standpoint, LED is unarguably the most efficient, followed by fluorescent lighting and then incandescent. Speak to use today about your preferred tradeshow lighting!

Micro Fluorescent Lights

Micro Fluorescent Lights

Product Description

Even with the higher adoption of some other energy-efficient options, fluorescent lights are still considered as an outstanding light source. Microfluorescent lighting works by producing an extraordinary amount of light output while using little energy. We recommend picking a fluorescent fixture with the electronic ballast to make sure that the light comes on immediately without a flickering or humming sound.

Energy Efficient

Presently, fluorescent is still seen as one of the energy-efficient systems of lighting. A common misconception about fluorescent lights is that they have to be put off for thirty minutes before the energy saved can equal the energy used to energize the lamp. Fluorescent lamps only need to be put off for a second to save the same amount of energy which will be used when its lights are turned on once more.

NO FLICKERING ALLOWED

When picking fluorescent light fixtures, go for the suitable electronic ballast to make sure the light comes on the right away without any flickering and doesn’t give off a humming sound. If your fluorescent light fixture is shaky like a strobe as you turn it on, it probably has a broken ballast.
Ever seen a Microfluorescent lamp “barber-pole” showing swirling bands of light all through the length of the cylinder? One cause might have been the manner it was stored in before installation. When a lamp case is placed on end in a warm room, the mercury put in the lamps will most likely shrink into droplets and gather in the lamp’s end caps. The problem might fix itself in some days, but make sure you place fluorescent lamps in a straight position at temperatures which are over 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

Fluorescent Lights Have a Long Life

This is another common mix-up when it concerns fluorescent lights – Some say putting a fluorescent fixture off and on frequently will reduce the life of that lamp and consequently waste money. This is false. While turning fluorescent lights off and on does reduce the lamp life, it also decreases the functioning time that it is actually turned on. For instance, consider a 4-foot lined fluorescent light working incessantly for 24 hours every day that has a lifespan of 38,000 hours. Because a year has roughly 8,760 hours, the lamp would break down in 4.3 years on average. Alternatively, the same lamp working 12 continuous hours every day would have a lesser rated life of about 30,000 hours. Even though the lamp life was reduced by approximately 8,000 hours or 21%, its operating time will have been reduced by 50% while the “calendar life” will be increased to 6.8 years. In this previous case, both lamp replacement expenditures and energy costs will have been significantly reduced even if the rated life has also been reduced.

Light Quality

A lot of people want the light generated by a fluorescent fitting to be comparable to an incandescent light fitting. The color temperature will determine how the fitting will look in terms of “coolness” or “warmth.” Search for a color temperature of approximately 3000K for the yellow glow which is characteristic of the incandescent light rather than the cooler white-blue is often linked with older types of fluorescent fixtures.

Colored Glass Light Filters for MR16 Lamp $6.00

Colored Glass Light Filters for MR16 Lamp $6.00

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Light Bulb Accessories

A lot has changed since Sir Thomas Edison tested his first invention, the light bulb in 1879. The modern light bulbs are a lot more diverse. They can either be large or small, or round or linear, and fat or skinny. The bulbs can reflect, flood, diffuse, pinpoint, and some can even sparkle. The standard incandescent bulbs which were once a technological marvel have been shoved aside for the energy-efficient newcomers such as CFLs, Halogens, Krypton/Xenon, Fluorescents, and LEDs. Needless to say, there are so many options to consider when picking the best bulb and bulb accessories for your light fixture. Good lighting will improve your tradeshow display as a whole.
Accessories for our light bulbs come in various shapes, colors and sizes and every single one serve a particular purpose. For example, a light louver disseminates the light from the light bulb and reduces brightness, while the UV filter prevents ultraviolet rays that can damage historic documents or artwork. Pick from our light bulb accessories which elongate, add color, soften, or enhance the ray spread of your bulb. If your goal is to deepen a lighting effect or even to soften the mood of the environment, the appropriate light bulb attachment will make it happen.
We have a Collection of Light Bulb Accessories Which Include;

• Filters
Browse all numerous light filters which have colored glass filters as well as the Optivex glass UV filters. These UV light filters are excellent for impeding photochemical degradation in an assortment of sensitive and valuable materials such as works of art, textiles, and historical documents. As for the settings, when they come in handy, the UV filters can be used in museums, libraries, art galleries, and any other areas where there is a great need to prevent ultraviolet (UV) light from degrading the material stored in the room.
• Lenses
Browse several kinds of spread lenses, frosted lenses, linear spread lenses, and lens holders which may be used with either MR16 or PAR20 lamps.
• Light Louvers
Control brightness with a minimal light loss by making use of clip-on louver holders or light louvers for many types of lamps.
• Fluorescent tube guards
Pick a tinted tube cover or perhaps a UV tube guard for your linear fluorescent lamps. The UV filtering tube guards slow down the photochemical degradation of delicate items in a variety of ways. The delicate items may be historical documents, textiles, and works of art. The UV preventing fluorescent covers are made specifically for use in public places such as libraries, museums, art galleries, and other areas where prevention of such UV degradation is necessary. The colored guards add a variety of fun colors to any room as well as protect the delicate items.
• Lamp Shields
Select from our lamp shields made in an assortment of finishes to disseminate brightness from the back of the lamp.
You can find a full range of light bulb accessories for your tradeshow display with us. Just ask!

12-foot Soft Daylight LED Line Voltage Tape-Rope Hybrid 2 Light Kit, Wet Location $76.00

12-foot Soft Daylight LED Line Voltage Tape-Rope Hybrid 2 Light Kit, Wet Location $76.00

Product Description

If you prefer a flexible solution to your lighting needs, flexible LED tape lights are the best
options. They are also called LED strip lights or LED ribbon lights. These remarkably
inconspicuous LED lights can easily be taped anywhere in the home with ease. The lights can
even be sliced into sections to fit your exact dimensions. We offer these tape lights, and they
are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, and color changing and low voltage options.
The extraordinary versatility of the LED tape light is used in a broad variety of lighting projects
such as decorative accent lighting above kitchen cabinets or perhaps dramatic halo lighting
placed around a flat screen television or mirror.
There are numerous things to deliberate when ensuring you pick the appropriate LED tape light
and all the necessary components which will allow it to operate as you had imagined.

Where to Place Your LED Tape Lights

Where should the LED tape light be fitted: indoors, where it cannot be touched by water,
outdoors in a wet spot that has some direct exposure to snow, rain, etc. Or perhaps in a moist
location exposed to a degree of humidity such as under a covered porch, bathroom ceiling, and
under an awning outdoors. If this is so, check the recommendations of the manufacturer to
ensure your LED tape light is damp or wet location approved.

How much LED Tape Light Do You Require?

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Depending on the scope and size of the project you have in mind, you may need a continuous
length of LED tape light, or you might need to attach several distinct lengths together until you
reach your goal. The first step is to measure and record the length of each section in inches.

How to Power the Whole Tape Light Installation?

Generally, a low voltage LED tape light will require a LED driver to give it power. The LED driver
converts the AC line power (120V or perhaps 277V) to the appropriate DC voltage (commonly
24V DC or 12V DC) or normalizes the current (usually 700 or 350 milliamps or mA) for the tape
light. The drivers may also contain components to allow them to be dimmable or optional steel
attachments to store the LED driver as well as its electrical splices safely.
• Hardwired – Wired to the electrical power directly supplied by a building or home making it controllable using a dimmer or wall switch.
• Plug-In – Connects to the LED driver which is plug into an electrical outlet. Where you tape light needs a separate LED Driver, ensure you pick the right voltage (24 or 12V) and that you have correctly planned how much wattage you require.

Do you Need a Dimmable Light?

You can choose a dimmable light if you want to regulate the amount of light or control the mood
in the environment. Depending on the tape light, you have picked, there may be a specific dimmer controller specified in the accessories section

12-inch 4000K LED Ultra Bright Line Voltage led strip lights $74.00

12-inch 4000K LED Ultra Bright Line Voltage led strip lights $74.00

Product Description

These versatile linear light fixtures feature a low profile design with a minimal footprint making them perfect for under cabinet lighting, cove and shelf lighting, and many other applications. These ultra bright light fixtures are easily adjustable up to 360 degrees to control the lighting direction as desired.
What’s Included?

Accessories Included: each fixture includes mounting clips and a direct connector.
Connecting to Power: can either plug-in or hardwire directly to power. To plug-in, a power cord is required (sold separately). To hardwire, a hardwire box is required (sold separately).

Required Accessories Sold Separately

Hardwire Box: required for hardwiring to power. A connecting cable must also be purchased to connect the fixture to the hardwire box. Available with or without a switch.
Power Cord: required for plugging into power.

Optional Accessories Sold Separately

Flexible Connectors: available in several lengths. Electrically links 2 fixtures together over a short distance or around corners.

16-Watt 19.5-Inch 4100K Cool White Microfluorescent T4 Light Fixture $28.00

16-Watt 19.5-Inch 4100K Cool White Microfluorescent T4 Light Fixture $28.00

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Product Description
These microfluorescent T4 light fixtures are one of our top selling products because they are so versatile. Each fixture comes complete with lamp, mounting brackets and screws, cord and plug, direct connectors, and built-in, instant-on, energy-efficient, silent, electronic ballasts. Use them as backlighting, cabinet lighting, cove lighting, desk lighting, display case lighting, exhibits, merchandising, over cabinet lighting, shelf lights, showcase lighting, task lighting, trade show lighting, and under cabinet lighting.
What’s Included?

Complete Unit: includes a T4 fluorescent lamp, acrylic cover, a 6ft power cord, one direct connector, and mounting clips & screws
Connecting to Power: can either plug-in or hardwire directly to power. To plug-in, use the included power cord. To hardwire, a hardwire box is required (sold separately)

Optional Accessories Sold Separately

Hardwire Box: required for hardwiring to power. Available with or without a switch. A flexible connector must also be purchased to connect the fixture to the hardwire box.
Flexible Connectors: available in multiple lengths. These cables electrically link two fixtures together over a short distance or around corners.
Replacement Mounting Clips
Replacement Linear T4 Fluorescent Bulbs
Replacement Power Cord