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Monorail Track Lighting – The Basics

Flex Track or Monorail Lighting Systems are a type of Track Lighting. A continuous rail conducts electricity from a single source. Pendants or fixtures may be attached anywhere along this track. There are a lot of choices in track, fixtures and pendants.

Track lighting fixtures for standard track lighting and monorail are available in incandescent, fluorescent, halogen and LED. Fixture extensions can be added to bring a fixture lower. Line voltage fixtures must be used on line voltage track. Low voltage fixtures with incorporated transformers may be used on line voltage track as well. Low voltage track uses low voltage fixtures.

A wide variety of filters, lenses, shades, shields and accessories are available.

Monorail Kits

Complete MonoRail Kits have all the hardware you need for most basic layouts and include pendants or fixtures.

Complete MonoRail Kits have all the hardware you need for most basic layouts and include pendants or fixtures.

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Fine Art Lamps Perspectives Chandelier at 131 Main Restaurant in Biltmore Park Town Square

Fine Art Lamps Perspectives Chandelier 731840 with a unique geometric design. The hand finished Patinated Golden Bronze frame is finished with hand-tailored textured multi-tonal gold organza shades. Energy efficient, using five 15 watt Fluorescent bulbs is standard to 120v or can be converted to 220v. Continue reading

Recessed Lighting Shower Trims

Eurofase 4" line voltage recessed shower light

There is a wide variety of shower trims available for recessed lighting. Shower trims include a lens and are rated for wet locations.

Shower Recessed lighting is available in a variety of sizes, from 2″ to 6″. It is available for standard base bulbs, fluorescent, GU10, MR16, Xenon and LED.

Your shower needs enough lighting for safety and grooming. Recessed lighting can add additional lighting to the shower area of your bath safely, without adding a bulky fixture.

Some bath tub shower areas are really dark. Once you add a shower curtain and even a lowered ceiling, you are showering in a cave. Continue reading