What does FreeJack mean in lighting?
In respect to this, what is Monopoint lighting?
Monopoint pendants are hung from a single point canopy (the canopy is the decorative plate that covers the electrical box on the ceiling). In other words monopoint means a single light fixture suspended from a single point canopy. Monorail pendant lights are suspended from a track that is attached to the ceiling.
Also Know, what is the difference between track lighting and monorail lighting? At the most basic level, track is a line-voltage, 120-volt system; monorail is usually a low-voltage, 12-volt system. Monorail, on the other hand, will require a calculation between the light fixtures you want to use and the transformer required to run the system. The other major difference is aesthetics and design.
Likewise, people ask, what is a freejack connector?
The Tech Lighting Monorail Freejack Connector is used to adapt any low-voltage Freejack head or pendant to a Tech Lighting Monorail. Available in an Antique Bronze, Chrome or Satin Nickel finish.
What is monorail lighting?
Monorail is one of the most flexible options, a versatile and dynamic ceiling-mounted lighting solution that accommodates both adjustable track heads and decorative pendants. Hand-bendable, the rail can be shaped in a variety of linear or curvilinear configurations for functional flexibility and stylish appeal.