Create beautiful mural or suspended light fixtures using our 3-inch acrylic tubes, to a maximum length of 12 feet. The system offers multiple lighting possibilities as it accepts a wide range of LED strips on the three surfaces of the heatsink insert, allowing you to vary the intensity, distribution, and color of the light. The mural lighting fixture can be installed horizontally or vertically onto a conventional electrical junction box, using a unique canopy that can also host a slim transformer. The large diameter of the opal acrylic tube provides a dot-free light appearance.
• Custom length by sections of 6 to 144 inches (3.6m).
• Application guide for 10mm (3/8-inch) LED strip or less on 3 sides.
• Accepts 3 led strips on the heatsink insert: up to 14 mm wide on the central surface, and up
to 10 mm wide on the lateral surfaces.
• When mounted vertically on the wall, the canopy faceplates can be mounted at three positions:
up, center, and low.
• Made of ALCOA 6063-T5 aluminum alloy increasing heat dissipation.
• Designed to give a uniform light without hot spots.
Make beautiful wall light fixtures using our acrylic tubes that can reach a maximum length of 12 feet. The 7650 profile offers several possibilities of lighting and accepts most LED strips that can be applied to one of the 3 surfaces of the profile number 1900 created for that purpose allowing you to vary the intensity and color of the lighting.
You can design both horizontal and vertical 12 foot long luminaires that can be connected to a conventional electrical junction box. It has a unique connection box that can accommodate the required transformer. Due to its tubular design made of flexible acrylic, it has no hot spots*.
Here is the most versatile light canopy on the market! The 7900 suits your needs. You can select the desired length (up to 20 linear feet ) as well as the drilling position of the junction box.
Can be installed in 20 foot lengths
Custom length by sections of 6 to 240 inches (6m)
Made of ALCOA aluminum alloy 6063 T-5 increasing heat dissipation