3150 Contour Lighting from Lumentruss

August 2, 2023

Contour lighting at its best! The ultimate in profiles that disappear completely into the wall surface, the 3150 is designed to provide downward lighting, 90° angle lighting. With a longer inner section than the 3100, this profile provides a greater surface area for light reflection, which optimizes safety applications in areas with poor or deficient lighting. Choice of two high-end lenses to ensure optimal light diffusion: the PRIME, which is rigid, or the new SiLens in flexible silicone, which can be installed with the touch of a finger.

A new feature of 3150: it can be used with all type A joiners to build a solid structure. This profile fits ½” and 5/8″ gypsum panels for a seamless finish. Ideal for residential or commercial applications.

3150 Features

  • Available in 96 in (2.43 m) lengths for easy and accurate on-site installation
  • Direct fit with standard ½” and 5/8″ gypsum panels
  • 60% longer reveal than the 3100 profile
  • Impeccable finish thanks to the grooves that allow the profile to be levelled with joint compound
  • Choice of high-end optics: PRIME lens or SiLens, made of flexible silicone, which can be installed with the touch of a finger
  • LED light sources in 8 mm (1.5 W/ft, 2.93 W/ft, and 4.5 W/ft) with 7 colour temperatures (2400 K to 6200 K) and in 10 mm (4.4 W/ft & 5.9 W/ft RGB and 7.0 W/ft HOS)
  • Application guide for light sources 10 mm (0.394″) or less in IP22
  • Indoor use

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