LED Strip Light
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Total Recessed Lighting is pleased to offer a LED showcase lighting light system. The ultra efficient, maintenance free LED strip luminaire is slim and beautifully contoured in a low-profile housing with an anodized aluminum finish.
The LED Strip luminaries feature 1-watt high output LEDs in 3000,3500,4100 and 5000 degrees Kelvin color temperatures. We recommend the 4100K for kitchen showcase lighting applications. The color temperatures offered can be found by clicking on the product and you will find it under "choose an option" which is located right under the quick overview section.
With up to 55 lumens-per-watt and 187 lumens-per-foot, it is one of the most energy savings product in the lighting industry. Its rated life of 50,000 hours equals over 10 years of maintenance free operation when operating at 12 hours per day. It consumes less than one-eighth the energy of halogen and xenon lighting.
This high output LED technology has no forward projected heat or harmful UV. It is California Title 24 compliant. It offers a combination of connector cables and mounting brackets that install at different angles, thus it provide the highest level of contractor friendly installations.
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We also have a series of DIY and tutorial videos for recessed lighting. They say a picture is worth a thousand words: a video is worth a million! Visit our You Tube Channel to see what we have for you. We also feature a video in regards to this LED showcase lighting system.
There are a lot of considerations that need to get weighed in before making a decision on the bulb used for any particular application. Such as, the wattage, lumens, color rendering index (CRI) in conjunction to what is being lit and what fixture is being used. To find out more about what some these considerations are and what it means to you, check out this blog article. If you think a higher wattage means a brighter bulb, then you certainly need to read the article-you will find it helpful.
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