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Single-Circuit Track Lighting
Lights with a one-track mind
Does your big light struggle to illuminate the larger rooms in your home or business?
Then you need to consider a track lighting system to help brighten the areas your main ceiling lamp just cannot reach.
Perfect for rooms or shop floors with multiple workspaces, food prep areas and tables.
When is a track system used instead of a ceiling light?
Track lighting systems are used in large, complex rooms, like kitchens with multi-part workspaces or long dining tables, where a single ceiling light cannot illuminate the entire space.
In this instance, a single-circuit – or single-phase – track system is used to brighten areas the primary light just cannot reach.
What are single-circuit track lights?
A single-circuit track lighting system allows you to add additional lights to illuminate other areas of a large or uniquely shaped room. However, because they’re on the same circuit as the main light, they can only be switched on, off or dimmed together.
Single-circuit track lighting systems are not only popular for home use. They’re also used in studios and shop window lighting.
And, as they’re easy to reposition, it allows homeowners and businesses to change the layout of a room without having to worry about how to light shaded areas.
What is the difference between three-circuit and single-circuit tracks?
With a single-circuit track, only one live conductor is available, which means lights can only be switched on, off or dimmed together.
A three-circuit track splits the one live conductor into three, allowing you to turn lights on, off or dim them independently.
Would you like to learn more about our single-circuit track lighting systems? Or any other topic related to track lighting? If so, our friendly team of experts would love to answer any questions you may have. Call today on +353 1 699 2138 or contact us via email.