FAQ: What’s the Difference Between the THIN & Rail Lighting Systems?

We pride ourselves in modular lighting solutions that first started with the THIN Lighting System for indoor spaces. With its well-received success, we invented the Rail Lighting System, Juniper’s first outdoor lighting solution. These two systems may have a few similarities, but each fixture within the collection has their own distinct characteristics. Explore the differences between the THIN and the Rail Lighting Systems.

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THIN Modular Lighting System

Shape

The THIN System is a large collection of suspended and wall-mounted fixtures with 1/2-inch diameter segments. It is recognized by the hardware’s circular profile that magnetically connects multiple sections to a single power supply.

 

Body Material

The THIN utilizes brass tubing and hardware to generate lengths as far as your eyes can see and build custom shapes. Users can customize a fixture’s color temperature, lens finish, and mounting orientation.

 

Rotation

Each segment rotates a full 360° on-site to adjust direct and indirect lighting.

 

Finishes

Available in Satin Brass, Satin Nickel, and Black Oxide, each THIN fixture can adorn all residential, commercial, and hospitality indoor spaces.

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Rail Outdoor Lighting System

Shape

The Rail also demonstrates minimalism using its 1/2-inch diameter segment. It has a refined square frame, where a single section magnetically connects to one power supply to support endless lengths.

 

Body Material

The Rail sports an aluminum body to withstand any natural elements. With its LED strip securely encased in silicone, the Rail is a water-resistant fixture.

 

Rotation

It rotates 320° to maximize the Rail’s light output for modern outdoor spaces.

 

Finishes

The Rail is available in Satin Aluminum, Black, and Bronze. It is ideal as a wayfinder for walkways, storefront signage, or an additional light source for all types of outdoor settings.

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