Behavioral Health/High Abuse Slot Lights

With a pure, luminous diffuser, multiple length options, and a shallow recessed depth, Visage is a fundamental ceiling luminaire that fits anywhere throughout the behavioral health/high abuse facility. Visage can be used to fill general spaces with ambient light or in rhythmic, linear arrangements on the ceiling or wall.

  • Integral driver
  • Recessed housing, conduit entry
  • Housing is fully sealed from room side
  • Ligature resistant; sheetrock/drywall installation, not suited for grid ceiling installation. Housing integrates with drywall ceilings via mud flange
  • High abuse lens and frame features high impact clear polycarbonate secured with tamper resistant fasteners
  • BAA (Buy American Act) and BABA (Build American, Buy America) compliant

The Visage Behavioral Health Lights can be finished in our Non-VOC powder coat colors and Impact Resistant Polycarbonate.

Velvet Black
Deoro Gold
Agate Grey
Alpine Green
Baja Beige
Cove Blue
Glacier White
Harbor Grey
Jet Black
Ocean Blue
Sagebrush Green
Shoreline Grey
Slate Grey
Sierra Taupe
Terracotta Canyon
Traffic White
Vineyard Red
Blade Silver
Graphite Silver
Bronze Matte
  • Longer/shorter lengths

Product Specifications & Documents


48", Flush (Mud-In), Behavioral Health

  • L
  • W
  • RL
  • RD
  • 48-1/8" (1222 mm)
  • 4-5/8" (117 mm)
  • 47" (1197 mm)
  • 4-1/8" (105 mm)
  • CCT
  • 3000K
  • Lumens
  • L: 1960-2000
    H: 2900-3100
  • Watts
  • L: 23
    H: 36
  • Driver
  • Integral
  • Control
  • 0-10V Dimming
  • Listings
  • Damp
Visage Poster In a Behavioral Health Setting
VISAGE for Behavioral Health/High Abuse

VISAGE for Behavioral Health/High Abuse

Experts suggest that a warm, homelike atmosphere with non-institutional fixtures can prevent psychological stress and offer positive distraction.

Behavioral health/high abuse facilities require fixtures and furnishings to be impact, tamper, and ligature-resistant. It is equally important that design elements contribute to a therapeutic environment. Because of safety requirements and the complexity of light fixture components, specifiers have historically had few design options for these spaces. The luminaires chosen were often meant for correctional facilities and other high abuse areas.

However, design priorities have shifted alongside the evolution of behavioral health treatment. In an effort to treat the whole person (not just control their symptoms), behavioral health inpatient care has become focused on patient-centered recovery. Environmental design plays a huge role in that recovery time, as patients live and recover in these spaces for an average of 7.2 days.

Behavioral Health/High Abuse VISAGE

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