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Acclaim Lighting Expands Modular Linear One Series for Interior and Exterior Linear Lighting

Acclaim Lighting, a leader in innovative and advanced solid-state lighting technology, expands its Linear One® Series, which includes low-watt, high-output energy-efficient interior and exterior modular linear LED fixtures in a wide range of color temperatures, CRI and beam angles. With no visible cables, the fixtures create a clutter-free environment.

The Linear One Series utilizes an end-to-end modular design, making it an incredibly adaptive, efficient, and versatile light system designed for linear, low profile, single-color, high-output LED fixtures. The fixtures are ideal for creative capabilities for wall grazing and cove applications to meet design criteria.

Offered in 1- and 4-foot sections in interior and exterior units, the Linear One Series provides modular functionality in three output levels to adapt to various design criteria. Its HO units consume only 12 watts per foot, while the newly introduced SO and EO fixtures use just 8 and 4 watts per foot, respectively.

The Linear One Series is available in newer, warmer color temperatures of 2100 K and 2400 K, which are in high demand for hospitality spaces. They join the existing options of 2700 K, 3000 K, 3500 K and 4000 K, red, green, blue and amber with a 80 and 90 CRI. Its wide range of beam angles includes 10º x 10º, 30º x 30º, 60º x 60º, 100º x 100º, 10º x 25º, 10º x 40º, 10º x 60º, 30º x 60º and 40º x 70º for custom lighting applications. The series additionally offers 0 to 100 percent dimming through its internal 0-10-volt driver or DMX dimming through an optional universal dimming module (UDM).

Assembled in Los Angeles, the Linear One Series operates on a 100-277 VAC power supply. It features a robust aluminum, marine environment housing. The exterior model is IP66 rated for wet locations and performs in -40ºF to 131ºF (-40ºC to 55ºC). The interior fixture is IP40 rated for dry locations and performs in -4ºF to 113ºF (-20ºC to 45ºC). Both exterior and interior units maintain 70 percent of their lumens for 150,000 hours. The long-lasting Linear One Series has a five-year limited warranty.

For more information about the Linear One Series, contact Acclaim Lighting at 323-213-4626 or visit acclaimlighting.com/linear-one-exterior or acclaimlighting.com/linear-one-interior

About Acclaim Lighting:

Acclaim Lighting offers an impressive portfolio of innovative advanced solid-state lighting technology for dynamic architectural and commercial lighting products including linear, floods, downlights, direct view, tapes and tubes with high-performance control solutions. The experienced and well-trained Acclaim team provides extensive support worldwide, supporting lighting designers and architects to create leading distinctive lighting solutions to create reality for the customer's vision. - acclaimlighting.com

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