Cable Lights – DIY Guide to Buying and Designing Cable Light Part 2

Looking down on K-Hello cable lights. This installation is in a restaurant. - DIY Guide to Buying and Designing Cable Light – My Design42

Looking down on K-Hello cable lights. This installation is in a restaurant.

There is a huge variety in lights available for cable systems. They come in different widths, for cable separations from 2″ to 36″.

You can also adapt lights for other systems to work on cable using a Freejack connector from Tech Lighting or a uni-plug adapter from Bruck Lighting. Because the cable is the same size, the lights are compatible. However, if you want a very consistent look, choosing lights all from the same company will make sure they all have the identical finish.







Gallery of Cable Lighting Installations

Retail Space with Bruck Lighting High-Line Cable Lighting - DIY Guide to Buying and Designing Cable Light – My Design42

Retail Space with Bruck Lighting High-Line Cable Lighting

Kitchen with Tech Lighting Kable supporting K-Corum lights. - DIY Guide to Buying and Designing Cable Light – My Design42

Kitchen with Tech Lighting Kable supporting K-Corum lights.

Kitchen with Tech Lighting Kable Bye-Bye fixtures on cable that is supported from the walls - DIY Guide to Buying and Designing Cable Light – My Design42

Kitchen with Tech Lighting Kable Bye-Bye fixtures on cable that is supported from the walls

Retail space selling wine uses Bruck High-Line cable lighting - DIY Guide to Buying and Designing Cable Light – My Design42

Retail space selling wine uses Bruck High-Line cable lighting

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