Track Rails

TRACK LIGHTS

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WHAT IS A LIGHTING TRACK RAIL?

 

A lighting track rail, often referred to simply as a track or track system, is a type of lighting fixture arrangement commonly used in both residential and commercial spaces. It consists of a long, narrow metal rail or track that is mounted on a ceiling or wall. The track contains electrical conductors that allow multiple lighting fixtures, known as track heads, to be attached and powered from a single power source.

 

WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN INSTALLING LIGHTING TRACK RAILS?

 

Track Heads: These are lighting fixtures designed for track systems that attach easily to the track rails. Track lights can be adjusted along the track to precisely direct light where it's needed.

 

Connectors: Connectors are used to link multiple track segments together, allowing for the customization of the track layout. They enable the creation of complex configurations that suit the specific lighting needs of a space.

 

Power Feed: The power feed is the point at which electricity is supplied to the track lighting system. It connects the track to the building's electrical wiring and provides the necessary power for the fixtures.

 

Mounting Hardware: Mounting hardware includes brackets, screws, and other accessories required to securely install the track system onto the ceiling or wall.

 

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SINGLE-CIRCUIT AND MULTI-CIRCUIT TRACK RAIL?

 

An essential decision lies in selecting between a single-circuit or multi-circuit track rail for your track lighting system. Opting for a single circuit synchronizes all track fixtures for simultaneous activation and deactivation. Conversely, embracing a multi-circuit arrangement empowers you with full control, enabling activation of a designated number of light fixtures (track heads) at your discretion. Imagine a scenario where you wish to illuminate a painting, yet not all eight track heads are necessary. With a multi-circuit track, you possess the freedom to illuminate solely the fixture directed at your artwork, any combination of the remaining seven fixtures, or all eight in unison. 

 

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