No-glare illumination: Nora Lighting’s Silk SBC LED lightbar

The luminaire is designed for under cabinet installation, display, cove and architectural lighting.

Nora Lighting’s Silk SBC lightbar offers smooth 24V LED illumination without diode glare, an ultra-low profile appearance and interlocking solid bus connectors (SBC) for rigid joining of multiple lightbar units.

Silk has frosted lens to deliver easy-on-the-eyes illumination while eliminating diode hot spots generated by direct view-mounted LEDs. The luminaire is designed for under-cabinet installation, display, cove and architectural lighting. New 0-degree to 90-degree flush mounting brackets allows end user adjustments during installation or later.

Silk produces 90+ CRI for realistic color rendition, 300 lumens per foot, and just 5W per foot for energy savings. LED illumination eliminates forward heat, UV and infrared rays. Five connectable lengths are available: 6-inch, 12-inch, 24-inch, 36-inch and 48-inch.

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Silk is finished in natural aluminum or black (special order). Overall dimensions are ¾” wide x ½” high.

Silk has a dimmable power supply and is compatible with Nora’s SWITCHEX, an all-in-one LED driver/dimmer. The fixture is offered in 2700K, 3000K warm white and 4000K cool white and is Title 24 compliant, cULus and cETLus listed. An assortment of interconnector cables and mounting brackets allow easy installation at a variety of angles. Flush end connectors are included with each lightbar.

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