Versatile light fixture: Rektor from Modular Lighting Instruments

Rektor is a flexible luminaire that can be specified as tracklighting or wall sconces, in a variety of configurations.
Rektor is a flexible luminaire that can be specified as tracklighting or wall sconces, in a variety of configurations. Photo credit: Modular Lighting Instruments

Belgian lighting manufacturer Modular Lighting Instruments has launched in North America the Rektor, a flexible luminaire that can be specified as tracklighting or wall sconces, in a variety of configurations.

With a name derived from the Latin word for “ruler,” the Rektor range of LED lighting has elegant aesthetics that include sleek right angles, accented light direction, and the complete elimination of visible wires. The latter is the unique feature of Rektor, with all the technical workings concealed within the fixture. The tilting technology allows users to rotate the bulb holder through 360 degrees, as well as adjusting it upwards or downwards through 90 degrees, all without a single wire being visible. 

Rektor comes in 1x and 2x models, as well as in a recessed option. Available in 2700K, 3000K, and 3500K at a 90-plus CRI, Rektor comes in black, white, smoked bronze, brushed aluminum and chrome finishes.

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