Architectural Linear Lighting
Linear lighting fixtures provide a decorative and/or aesthetic appeal to the indoor or outdoor environment. They are designed to deliver, dependant upon beam angles, wall washing to uniformly illuminate a large sections of a wall, flood lighting to provide directional illumination onto facades, contour lighting to outline architectural details, and cove lighting to illuminate a large portion of a ceiling. LED linear lighting fixtures typically includes high power red, green, and blue LEDs (RGB), however, some products use some combination of red, green, blue, white, and amber LEDs (RGBW/RGBA). They're arranged in a line in an elongated aluminum housing finished in weatherproof powder-coat paint. Fully gasketed, impact resistant tempered glass or polycarbonate diffuser. Power converters and drive circuitry are provided to power and control the light output from the LEDs. A hinge is provided allowing the fixture to rotate relative to a mounting bracket securing the fixture to a wall or ceiling. Static and dynamic lighting effects can be designed, displayed and changed via DMX 512 controllers.