Ceiling Track Lights
Our ceiling track lights are available in 9W, 15W, 30W and 40W. The compact 9W light works best in residential projects, in areas which are not regularly occupied or used. Our 15W, 30W and 40W lights are all dimmable as standard. The 15W light is the most popular in residential spaces, where dimming is particularly important, as living spaces have multiple functions. The more powerful 30W and 40W lights are best suited to commercial spaces such as retail stores, showrooms or offices. The 40W is our highest-powered track light for very bright illumination.
Ceiling track lights suit a variety of commercial and residential uses. Track lighting is highly customisable and adaptable, and can deliver a mix of task, ambient and accent lighting, depending on the environment and requirements.
There are several options for mounting track, and it can be arranged in any size or shape you need. Our track is available in 1m, 2m and 3m lengths and can also be cut to your required length as needed.
Surface-mounted track fixes directly to the ceiling. This is the simplest and most convenient option and is suitable for most ceiling surfaces.
Recessing track into the ceiling is a more complex installation, but gives a sleek and streamlined appearance.
Suspended track helps bring the light level lower where ceilings are high, or sloping. We have adjustable kits that can suspend track up to 1.5m, or up to 3m, from the ceiling.
We have a range of track accessories such as T joiners, L joiners and flexible joiners. These allow track lengths to be joined at corners, cross-sections or T junctions, to create your required shape. Track is supplied with a power feed at one end and an end cap on the other. We also offer the option for a middle power feed.
Our ceiling track lights are available in two colour temperatures: Cool White (5000K) or Warm White (3000K).
A Cool White (5000K) colour temperature is closer to natural daylight. This is the preferred option for working environments, such as offices, retail stores, or anywhere clear and bright light is needed.
A Warm White (3000K) colour temperature is closer to fire or candlelight. Warm White creates a cozier, more relaxing ambience ideal for residential projects and art gallery spaces.
Colour Rendering Index (CRI)
Colour Rendering Index (CRI) is a measure of how a light source affects the way colour is seen by the human eye, and how colour variations and shade are interpreted.
The index works on a scale from 1 to 100. Lights with a high CRI level will give the best representation of colour and detail, so these are especially important in settings such as galleries or retail stores.