4FT Architectural Selectable LED Linear Light


The Architecture Selectable LED Linear Light Series can be widely used for indoor (damp locations) Excellent for hospitals,schools,office,shops,restaurants,storage rooms, supermarkets, etc.



  • Power: 40W/45W/50W
  • Input: AC 120-277V
  • CCT:3500K / 4000K / 5000K
  • Output: 1950 LM / 2600 LM / 3250 LM


Wattage 40W/45W/50W
Lumens 5200 lm/5850lm/6500lm
Efficacy 130 lm/W
Color Temperature (CCT) 3500K/4000K/5000K
Default Setting 50W & 4000K
CRI 80
Input Voltage 120-277V
Beam Angle 360°
Power Factor 0.90
Driver Efficacy 86%
Dimming 1-10V dimming
Lifespan 10,000 hours
Working Temperature -4ºF ~ 122ºF
Protection Level Wet location
Cable 5core,18AWG (59.06 inch)
Warranty 5 years limited

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Knowledge Base

What is a linear LED light?

Linear lighting typically refers to linear shaped LED luminaires that distribute light over a more narrow area than other round shaped or square lights. They are long and are easily available as suspended lights, surface-mounted luminaires, or recessed lights in the market.

What is the difference between linear light and strip light?

LED strips are flexible and can be purchased by the length. This allows the user to buy the length of strip required for the application. While linear lighting can, of course, be linked, individual linear luminaires are usually sold in predetermined lengths.

Are LED ceiling lights a good idea?

Yes, LED flush mount ceiling lights are highly energy-efficient, which means they not only provide excellent lighting but also save you money on your energy bills.

What are the benefits of linear lighting?

In conclusion, linear LED lighting is a highly efficient and effective lighting solution for office environments. It offers a range of benefits including energy efficiency, long lifespan, durability, flexibility, improved productivity, cost-effectiveness, and environmental benefits.

Do LED strip lights use more electricity than light bulbs?

A 60-watt incandescent bulb consumes 60 watts of electricity per hour. If left on for 10 hours, it would consume 600 watt-hours (Wh) of electricity. On the other hand, an equivalent LED strip only consumes around 9-12 watts per hour, depending on its brightness.

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