Brightline Redesigns LED VideoPlus Light

Brightline has announced a redesign of its LED VideoPlus flush-mounted linear fixture for newsrooms and other spaces where multimedia content is produced.

Brightline said the VideoPlus features LED technology that matches the light quality of the previous model. While the new LED technology allows for a significant price drop for customers, it also reduces the weight of the fixture, making it easier to install.

Lower power requirements mean the VideoPlus can also be powered via PoE, which reduces the cost of installation and allows for IP control.

Available in two-foot and four-foot lengths, the VideoPlus can be sized to fit small and large spaces. It includes up to two crossing video light channels and one task light channel in a six-inch aperture. It was designed for drywall, acoustical lay-in or custom ceilings.

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