Optique Lighting A More Important Portfolio of Nano-Linear Architectural Luminaires for Optique Lighting

March 31, 2024

Optique Lighting, a leading designer and manufacturer of premium quality LED Nano-Linear™ lighting, has announced the expansion of its portfolio of customizable, high-performance architectural luminaires at LEDucation 2024.

Developed to fill a market need, Optique Lighting, the specification division of Alloy LED, is developing products to fill the gap between architectural linear lighting and the tape lighting world. Optique fixtures have the ease of specifying and ease of installation associated with high-end architectural linear lighting, with the flexibility of a smaller form factor and price advantage that comes from the tape light space. Optique is making it easier for lighting designers, architects and engineers to specify quality, custom architectural Nano-Linear lighting solutions to a designer’s exact specifications in the most efficient way with easy ordering, fast quoting and short lead times.

“We believe only a few companies consider all stakeholders when engineering products,” said President Joe Flynn, Optique Lighting. “We focus on every aspect – quoting, pricing, shipping, installation and warranty support – to work seamlessly for a truly exceptional customer experience. We make is easy to specify and quote and believe in true ownership. When a customer partners with us, they can rely on us to look after all the details. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional products, while importantly being responsive, reliable and providing an unmatched customer experience.”

Technically advanced with several utility patents, the robust linear luminaires are thoughtfully crafted with innovative design features, resulting in unmatched optical performance and appearance. The Optique architectural line of modular, in-wall, surface-mount and suspended luminaires are powered by a high-performing Optique Nano-Linear Light Engine (White, RGBW+ or Tunable White) and are built and shipped as complete custom UL listed fixtures.

Optique Lighting’s new Nano-Linear products being previewed at LEDucation include:

  • The Rozino Nano-Linear Wall Graze Luminaire is only 0.98 inches wide and 1.26 inches in height with a focused 12° beam angle and 4400 peak candela for powerful results. The luminaire is available in 8-foot increments, customizable by the inch, and capable of spanning hundreds of feet.
  • The Lavino Nano-Linear Wall Wash Luminaire features an asymmetric beam that evenly illuminates walls up to 12 feet. An optional flex cover offers a paintable and continuous solution that gives a single fixture monolithic aesthetic for hundreds of feet.
  • The Perifina series is a high-performing mud-in recessed system with multiple configurations that create a subtle, wall floating illusion from understated wall accents to dramatic corner reveals that is effortless to install to create stunning effects.

The luminaires are powered by an Optique high-performing indoor or outdoor Nano-Linear Light Engine, offered in numerous lumen outputs and color temperatures with a high color rendering index (CRI) and high TM-30 values. Additional high R9 and R13 values provide superior rendering of warm tones. Color variation is kept within a 2-step MacAdam ellipse for unparalleled quality and consistency.

With Optique’s smaller Nano-Linear form factor, new lighting applications are unlocked that were previously not possible, providing exciting option for lighting designers, architects and specifiers.

The products are compatible with Lutron, Avi-on, Control4, Casambi, Crestron and Savant, as well as other commercial and residential control systems, and are cUL Listed.

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