Mini-Strip

The trademarked™ name (often used generically) for a borderlight using 12V MR-16 lamps, in various lengths and number of circuits, by L&E (Lighting & Electronics, Inc.) of Wappingers Falls, NY.

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http://www.le-us.com/borderlights.html , see also zip strip. In the mid-1980s, Strand Century offered a similar fixture called the Fisher Strip, a credit to lighting designer Jules Fisher. The luminaire was created to light the many backdrops in tight spaces for the touring productions of La Cage Aux Folles.

An even smaller version is available, the Nano-Strip™, using MR-11 lamps. (I so want an even smaller MR lamp, so there can be a Nano-Nano strip.)

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