Luminaires & Distribution
Last Update: October 30, 2010
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Specialty Products

“Specialty luminaire” is a term broadly used to describe luminaires that provide a special function, satisfy a particular special application need, or use special materials or techniques to distribute illumination. Examples include fiber-optic, light pipes, wave guides, color-changing luminaires and LED marker lighting.

Fiber Optic
Fiber Optic Lighting Systems are characterized by the light exiting the luminaire via a non-electrified virtual source. Typically this is achieved via a light engine, which houses a lamp, transmitting light into a transmissive plastic light guide.
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Light Pipe
Light pipes are devices used to deliver or distribute illumination from a light source such as daylight or an electric lamp.
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Wave Guide
This specialty product is not a type of luminaire, but rather an innovative luminaire optical technology used to control light in a manner achieving a number of performance benefits.
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Color-Changing Cove Light, Accent Light & Wash Light
Color-changing luminaires enable decorative lighting effects from color accent lighting on objects and architectural features to color cove lighting to colorful wash across walls and other large surfaces.
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LED Marker Lighting
LED marker lighting consists of luminaires used to highlight paths and provide signal lighting.
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