FAQ: When Should I Use A Cable Collar for my Suspended Light Fixture?

Before we introduced our Cable Collars for THIN Linear Suspensions and THIN Primaries Suspensions, suspended fixtures from our THIN Modular Lighting System connected straight from the ceiling to the fixtures’ joints. We recommend adding a Cable Collar to gather aircraft cables for a center-mounted option. This minimal accessory adds a cohesive brass aesthetic to your modern lighting installation.

Rhombus Geometric Light Fixture Contemporary Installation

Suspended THIN Primaries Rhombus with a Cable Collar

THIN Primaries Square Satin Nickel

Suspended THIN Primaries Square with a Cable Collar

Cable Collar for THIN Primaries Suspensions

Pair the Cable Collar for THIN Primaries Suspensions with our geometric light fixtures such as the triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus, and hexagon. This component adds a luxurious flair to the THIN Primaries when center-mounting for a more curated installation.

Cable Collars for THIN Primaries Suspended Fixtures in Satin Brass

Available Finishes: Satin Brass, Satin Nickel, and Black Oxide

Cable Collar for THIN Linear Suspensions

The Cable Collar for THIN Linear Suspensions is compatible with any THIN linear suspended fixture with 2 or 3 ceiling-mounted points (or 1 to 2 connected sections), such as the THIN Suspension, THIN Multiples Dyad, Triad, and Tetrad. Use the Cable Collar to connect their mounting points to a canopy for center-mounting.


Cable Collar for THIN Linear Suspended Fixtures in Satin Brass


THIN Suspension with and without a Cable Collar for 2 and 3 Mounting Points

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