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Modern suspension lights for direct and indirect lighting with smart LED controls
Linear suspension lights are a mainstay in contemporary architecture. The clean lines suit a range of commercial applications, including offices, classrooms, healthcare facilities, retail and industrial spaces. Suspension lighting makes a statement while affording direct and indirect lighting that can highlight architectural features and create a work-conducive environment.
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Linear suspension lighting refers to light fixtures that hang from the ceiling. It’s also commonly referred to as linear pendant lighting. The pendant light housing connects to the ceiling mount via an aircraft canopy cable or solid pendant stem.
Linear LED lighting provides Light-Emitting Diode (LED) illumination through symmetrical and asymmetrical linear fixture shapes. Linear lights can be recessed, surface-mounted or suspended pendant fixtures.
Yes. “Linear suspension” and “linear pendant” refer to the same type of fixture. The terms are used interchangeably in the lighting industry.
Yes. Most Alcon Lighting linear pendant lights allow for uplighting as well as downlighting. You can choose the desired watts or lumens for the downlight and uplight, or choose downlighting only.
Uplights direct light toward the ceiling. It is often used to highlight ceiling details, such as beams, pipes and other ceiling infrastructure.
Indirect lighting is light reflected from another surface. This helps reduce glare from the light source.
No. Indirect lights can be uplights because the light is directed towards the ceiling with an uplight. But not all indirect lights are uplights. The linear product design may aim LEDs at a reflector inside the fixture to minimize the glare of a downlight. This is known as an indirect downlight.
Uplighting can be beneficial in office and classroom applications because it minimizes glare for a more work-conducive environment.
Yes. The aircraft canopy cable mount allows pendant lights to hang properly from a sloped ceiling.
Alcon Lighting can build linear pendant lights to your specifications. Fixture length, lumens, color temperature, and finishes can all be customized to fit the architectural needs of a project. You can also request customized controls and features, such as ensuring products meet CETL requirements.
If you have specialized design needs for any suspension fixtures, call us to speak with an Alcon Lighting Sales Consultant for a free layout consultation.
Our specification-grade, modern chandelier designs offer performance, clarity and versatility for trading and work spaces, including offices, conference and classrooms and retailers as well as museums, hotels and restaurants that will flourish with commercial pendant lighting.View Details
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