Workrite Verano LED under-cabinet lighting has a sleek profile and uses significantly less energy than traditional fluorescent fixtures. With next-generation LED's, the Verano has superior light output, bringing the brightness and warmth of natural sunlight to your desktop. With the low electricity demand and manufacturing process that uses less raw material than comparable fluorescent lighting, the Verano is eco-friendly as well as functional. Scroll down to see more Workrite Verano LED under-cabinet lighting features and specifications.Read More...
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Three lengths of Workrite Verano lights are available.
Single units of these may be ordered, or these lights may be ordered as daisy chains of multiple units.
Three color finishes can be ordered. All finishes use water-based paint.
Workrite Verano lights come with magnetic mounts to attach easily to steel shelving as well as mounts for wood shelves. The fixture rotates ± 20° and slides back and forth to focus light where users need it. Verano fixtures may be installed alone or in daisy chains for larger spaces. They come in sizes to fit shelves of 24", 36" and 48" in length and with a Winter, Sterling or Carbon finish. Verano light fixtures are designed to last 20 years and have a 50,000 hour usable life. These Workrite lights have the durability and performance to remain an energy-efficient office lighting solution for years. See the color options tab for color choices.
|Compatible shelf width||24"||36"||48"|
|Actual fixture length||19.25"||27.375"||35.375"|
|Number of LEDs||8||12||16|
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Cool but warm!
May 22, 2013
Installed under cabinet for task lighting on my desk. Great light and functionality. Two points you need to be aware of: 1. The product gets HOT! The working surface of the fixture stays cool to the touch, but there is a lot of heat generated from the LED junctions on the mounting side of the fixture (not unusual for LED products). 2. Because of the heat, I chose to mount the product using the offset clips. I'd like to say the clips were easy to slip into the fixture housing after mounting, but it took a "gentle nudge" from a rubber mallet to seat. A better approach would have been to disconnect the clip into its two pieces, fit the part that attaches to the fixture first (to reduce possible breakage of the clip) and then mark and mount the portion of the clip that attaches to the cabinet surface. None of this was provided in the instructions; and the offset mounting allows for air circulation around the hot portion of the fixture.