Linear Lighting Technologies

Sandra Liotus Lighting Design, LLC have taken the proven technology of cold cathode lighting to new levels with a full spectrum of white range colors. Highly efficient electronic ballasts allow for the output of up to 600 lumens per linear foot and an electrical consumption of only 6.25 watts per foot. The lamps are custom made to shape and length and have a life of at least 100,000 running hours. There is no color shift during dimming and the light, depending upon the selected color can have a CRI of up 100. The system creates an absolute minimum of infrared which is barely detectable and no ultra violet. Control of this lighting can be by any industry standard lighting controller. The system is 100% recyclable at the end of its useful life. The linear lighting has been very successfully used for large area lighting within coves, backlighting of skylights and stained glass windows.
Lorenzo's Restaurant Cabaret, New York, NY. Photograph by Tomi Atsushi

The goals for every lighting design solution include:

  • Excellent Color Rendition
  • Even and Sharp Focal and Tonal Quality
  • High Intensity and Output of Lumens
  • Zero Ultra Violet and Infra Red Damage
  • Low Maintenance & Energy Consumption
  • Zero Heat Output to the Ambient Space
Window design created by Willet Hauser Architectural Glass for Christ Church in Greenville, SC.
“I have never worked with two more professional and excellent people. We have worked together on several projects lighting stained glass, and there is simply no one in the lighting industry that approaches the high bar of their work.” Rick Prigg, General Manager Willet Hauser Studios