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RAIL-LITE™: an exciting new product from Beta-Calco

The discreetness of recessed lighting + the flexibility of track lighting

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Efficient luminaires have become common due to the improved efficacy of LED sources.  Less common are luminaires that also achieve efficiency through clever mechanical design.  RAIL-LITE™ combines the most efficient LED technology with unparalleled mechanical flexibility to allow for LED heads to be positioned close to their respective targets.  By taking advantage of this capability, the end user can use a lower output LED while maintaining FC/LUX, or possibly even use less overall LED heads than with previous systems.

Featuring LED heads that slide easily without tools, RAIL-LITE™ provides the ultimate in adjustability, efficacy, low glare and reduction in unsightly trim flash.

By maximizing lumens on target merchandise and displays, RAIL-LITE™ offers the discreetness of recessed lighting with the flexibility of track lighting.

Key Functionality:

Sliding

  • Unique design allows LED heads to slide easily and smoothly by hand

  • No locking or unlocking; no tools required

Angling

  • Innovative cam mechanism allows users to angle heads 0° to 45° in 5° intervals easily and smoothly by hand

  • No locking or unlocking; no tools required

Rotating

  • 360° Rotation

  • No tools required

RAIL-LITE™ is available with bezel trims or trimless flanges, in 3 different apertures, and features Twist’N’Lock Interchangeable reflectors that are flexible, adaptable, and user-friendly.

Click any of the four RAIL-LITE™ products below to access betacalco.com product pages where you can:

  • Download the Brochure

  • Read the Specs

  • View RAIL-LITE™ Images

RAIL-LITE™ | Patent Pending (United States, Canada and European Patent Convention)

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