Track lighting is a fairly modern invention in the lighting world. Track lighting was first designed in the 1960s by the Lightolier company. Track lighting has evolved over the years. It is becoming popular once again as lights and lampage allow for smaller track lighting fixtures as seen here. Low voltage track lighting is the latest iteration of track lighting. These small but powerful track lights often employ halogen or LED lighting technologies. Look for more track lighting as well as other versatile ceiling lights like track lighting
in our ceiling lighting collection.
Low voltage track lights, including the W.A.C. Lighting FLEXRAIL1 low voltage track light fixture
pictured here, are a highly functional way to add accent lighting to a room, office, gallery, restaurant or bar.. The sleek row of silvery metal track light fixtures illuminates this chic contemporary dining area. Use track lighting as an alternative to recessed lighting or monorail lighting. Today's low voltage track lighting is versatile and stylish. Use low voltage track lighting to showcase several different objects, walls or artwork on a single track with track lights that pivot and turn for uplights, downlights and spotlights.