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Nora Lighting Aluminum Tape Light Channels Offer Dramatic New Design Options

Nora Lighting’s new series of aluminum tape light channels offer creative design possibilities for residential and commercial applications, including mounting within interior walls, ceilings and railings for unique lighting effects. 

The slim line channels can be recessed within wallboard for a striking contemporary appearance while providing usable light. The channels can also be surface mounted and installed under cabinets.

The series offers six models in various channel depths, including a corner version. They are available in 4-foot lengths (field cut-able) and segments can be joined for longer runs. Channels include end caps and a white diffused lens to soften the LED lighting effect.

Nora features one of the widest selections of tape lights in the industry: Hy-Brite LED Tape Light; Standard LED Tape Light in wet and damp label with white or amber background; High Output LED Tape Light; CCT Kelvin Tunable LED Tape Light; Side-Lit LED Tape Light; and RGB and RGBW Color Changing LED Tape Light.

Depending on the model, Nora Tape Lights offer 70 to 350 lumens per foot with color temperatures at 2700K, 3000K and 4200K. A 90+ CRI option can be specified on Nora Standard, Hy-Brite and High Output Tape Lights, which meet Title 24 requirements.

Nora Lighting is an innovator in the introduction of LED products and now offers LED new construction and retrofit downlights; LED track and rail fixtures; LED puck lights; LED pendants; LED step and brick lights; and LED emergency / exit signs.        

Along with LED fixtures, Nora manufactures incandescent, fluorescent and HID sources in track and rail systems, recessed lighting, multiple lighting systems, under cabinet and an expanding series of accent lights, including pendants and sconces. For more information, visit www.noralighting.com.


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