DuraComm customizes DuraSeries Rule linear LED lighting for customer needs

DuraComm Lighting has announced its new customizable DuraSeries Rule linear LED lighting. The Rule features a low profile with a smooth ambient white light. Available in custom lengths up to eight feet, it is available now for office, home and retail LED lighting applications.

Specific features include:
1. High lumen output – up to 800 lumens per foot
2. Diffused lens which provides a uniform light output
3. Available in lengths from six inches to eight feet
4. Easy installation using basic mounting clips
5. Available n a variety of color temperatures
6. Low profile design, 1.68 inches wide by 1.0 inches in height
7. Anodized lightweight aluminum body
8. Uses the DuraComm wiring system
9. 90 minimum CRI, dimmable

The Rule linear LED lighting meets a variety of needs, including retail, supermarket, office and custom architectural lighting applications.

DuraComm Lighting is a division of the DuraComm Corporation, based in Kansas City, MO. DuraComm Lighting designs and manufactures solid-state lighting (SSL) solutions for lighting designers and architects worldwide. It offers accent lighting products, such as linears, project linears, decorative pendants/orbs, panels, SSL fixtures for interior or exterior floors, LED modules, power and control units, and self-locking connectors.

The company also develops LED-based lighting solutions for projects. In addition, it offers LED products for warehouses, manufacturing areas, showrooms, laboratories, data centers, and other commercial and industrial applications.

Founded in 1993, DuraComm Power Supplies is a Kansas City, Missouri manufacturer of AC -to-DC switch mode power supplies commonly used in the communications industry. Its products also include DC-to-DC power converters, battery management and charging systems, power distribution, and complementary accessories.

DuraComm is a Benny Lee Company.

Contact:

For information contact:
DuraComm - Lighting Sales,
+1-816-472-5544
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