Featured | Electromechanics | Tracks | Indoor Applications | Jul 11, 2017

Linear Flat System - Also the Right Choice for Power Tracks

Power tracks are very often used in shops and retail outlets in order to implement various lighting scenarios quickly and easily. Different arrangements and individual positioning are always necessary when the presentation of the product range changes. And that happens more than just once a year. Matched with special drivers which fi t on a power track, the Linear Flat System, together with a lampholder and counterholder, forms a complete modular system for linear lighting in current power track systems. In this way, it is possible to construct a lighting system with interchangeable LED modules without any additional luminaire housings.

About Linear Flat System

The plug-&-play system from BJB. Advantages, that prove their worth in practice. Our plug-and-play modules are sophisticated LED solutions. They offer distinct advantages for the luminaire producer, the lighting designer and the end user.

Interchangeable
As the only professional systems on the market, our LED lamps are easy to exchange. The modules can be easily removed and replaced with just a click. So you can decide for yourself at any time if you want to use a new generation of lamp or one with a different colour temperature.

Simple
Straightforward handling means that any adult can change modules.

Efficient
Compared to conventional lighting solutions, our LED modules offer energy savings of up to 80 %. Our modules achieve efficiencies of up to 157 lm/W.

Flexibility
We supply a wide range of easy-to-use LED modules. In addition to various wattage levels, these offer different colour temperatures and colour rendering as well as a variety of light distribution patterns.

Fit for the future
The use of a standardised socket system means that our lighting systems are ideally equipped to meet future requirements. We are also continually developing and optimising our range of LED modules.

Energy efficiency
With energy efficiency class A++ or A+, we are leaders in interchangeable systems.

About BJB:

BJB is a world renowned German manufacturer and lighting technology solution provider offering a comprehensive range of products & services: LED modules, COB holders, optical components, PCB fixing elements, SMD connectors, testing and automation solutions. BJB has been a leader in the lighting industry since 1867 and now pioneers innovative solutions for solid-state lighting technology.

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