Nora Introduces L-line Linear Led Series with Surface and Pendant Mountings

January 31, 2019

Nora Lighting introduces L-Line, a new series of commercial LED linear fixtures in 2’, 4’ and 8’ lengths and two mounting options: surface and pendant.

L-Line’s sleek extruded aluminum housing presents a clean, modern appearance, and the diffused polycarbonate lens creates symmetrical light distribution, an optimal solution for large surface areas in commercial, retail and institutional facilities.

L-Line offers 1050 lumens per foot and a range of color temperatures: 3000K, 3500K and 4000K. The fixture has 80+ CRI; 120/277V; and is dimmable to 10 percent.

Linear lengths can be joined with seamless, luminous L, X or T connectors. The connectors allow for continuous runs in multiple directions, up to 80’.  Because each connector has the same lumen intensity as the L-Line fixture, and the same Kelvin temperature, there is no gap in overall illumination.

The series is cULus listed for damp locations.


For more than a decade, Nora Lighting has been a pioneer in the development and introduction of LED products, and offers the industry’s most comprehensive line of LED fixtures, including: LED dedicated and retrofit downlights; smart RGBW LED downlights; LED track and rail fixtures; LED edge-lit panels; LED center basket troffers; LED MLS (multi-lighting systems); LED linear and under cabinet lightbars; LED high lumen RLM shades; LED puck lights; LED high-output, Hy-Brite, side-lit, CCT (color correlated) RGB, RGBW and standard tape lights; LED pendants; LED cylinders; LED step lights; and LED emergency / exit signs.

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