Parallax LED Suspension features an ultra-thin aluminum and acrylic body which houses 30 high-powered LEDs. Available in Black or White. Includes 40 watts, 2720 net lumen, 3000K color temperature LED. Both finish options ship with Satin Nickel canopy and 12 feet of field adjustable suspension cable. ETL listed. Dimensions: 54 inch length x 3.8 inch depth x 144 inch maximum overall height.
Started in 1983 by Lightology founder Gregory Kay, Tech Lighting originally established its name as a leading designer of architectural lighting with its contemporary decorative fixtures and innovative low-voltage track lighting systems. Their earliest fixtures include MonoRail, Kable Lite, TwinRail and, later, T-trak. The Tech brand has since evolved, with a portfolio offering an expansive selection of lighting solutions for both residential and commercial applications.
Tech Lighting products span a wide variety of lighting categories, including low- and line-voltage decorative pendants, wall sconces, chandeliers, bath bars and bath lighting, picture lights, directional track heads and ceiling fixtures (both flush mount and suspension) all featuring timeless, original design.
You'll find Tech Lighting in homes with the most beautiful and innovative kitchens, bathrooms, foyers, dining rooms, family rooms and bedrooms, as well as in well-appointed restaurants, hotels, boutiques, offices and retail stores domestically and abroad.
Lightology is proud to offer the best pricing anywhere on Tech products, with fast and free shipping for our well-stocked Tech Lighting inventory. With our seasoned and knowledgeable staff possessing extensive experience and training in all Tech products, it naturally follows that we at Lightology are the Tech Lighting experts.
On Dec 30, 2016 by John M. from Chicago, Illinois(Customer)
This fixture is crisply elegant and striking, but the engineering is also strikingly inept in some ways. Whoever installs the unit -two people required; three would be helpful - will be irritated beyond words while attaching the canopy to the mounting plate. Although the designers could easily have done otherwise, they placed the screw holes so close to the ceiling that the screws can't be tightened with a standard Allen wrench; you'll scrape up and/or smudge the ceiling, the task will be Herculean, and it will take so long that whoever is holding the fixture will run out of strength and patience. As for the tiny, cheap plastic bushings around the cables within the fixture, the instructions say, "Take caution to not remove the inner bushing from inside the strain relief while pulling the coaxial cord through." It seems like a fair warning; the bushings are integral to fixing the cables at the desired length. Unfortunately, it's impossible to adjust the cables WITHOUT their coming out. When they do, considerable time and effort will be spent getting them back in (they're not designed to be replaced easily), and equivalent effort will be required to secure them while adjusting the cable. (There are no tools for this; you'll need to improvise.) Bottom line: You'll probably like this fixture overall. It's beautiful. But be prepared to spend a long and frustrating time installing it. The unit should come with a prefilled prescription for Valium or Xanax, or perhaps a case of gin. You're going to need it.