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What are the differences between the three types of linear fixtures?
What are the major differences between the three types of linear fixtures you sell besides temperature?
These are the same product listed on multiple product pages for marketing purposes. Please see below for additional information:
Are the linear fixtures dimmable?
Unfortunately, the linear fixtures are not dimmable.
If I daisy chain two four foot and one two foot fixtures in a line, will they fit within an 11 foot span?
The actual dimensions of the fixtures is 19.7 inches and 43.3 inches for the 2-ft and 4-ft versions, respectively, so your proposed installation would comfortably fit within an 11 foot span.
Do people generally find 4000k light to be less tiring on the eyes than 5000k light?
5000K is the preferred color temperature if one is looking to perform visually critical work, such as industrial color matching. This matches the industry-standard for the D50 color point.
For other tasks, the 4000K can definitely be considered softer and more pleasant, especially during evening hours. Please see below for an article going over this in more detail:
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