The ceiling tile lighting market is segmented on the basis of panel type, installation type and applications. On the basis of panel type, the ceiling tile lighting market is classified into translucent, frosted, and clear panels. Translucent ceiling tiles offer 31.6% transmittance, frosted tiles offer 76.8% transmittance, and clear panels offer 87.7% of transmittance.
Translucent and frosted ceiling panels are considered for decorative lighting in architectural and hospitality lighting, while, clear panels are used in residential and commercial applications. The changing consumer demand and increasing penetration of LED lighting among various applications is encouraging manufacturers to offer wide range of installations for ceiling tile lighting. On the basis of installation type, ceiling tile market is segmented into suspension, trim & transition, building perimeter and drywall grid systems. As stated earlier, LEDs in the recent past have evolved across various end-use applications. Thus, in terms of applications, the ceiling tile lighting market segmented into architectural, healthcare, airports, corporate campuses, convenience stores, residential, restaurant and hospitality, retail and grocery, schools and universities and others (museums and amusement parks, cold storage facilities).
Some of the key manufacturers of ceiling tile lighting are Cree, Inc., Tryka LED Ltd., General Electric Company, Olmec Advanced Materials Ltd/Surelight, AWI Licensing LLC, RAB Lighting, Inc. and Koninklijke Philips N.V.
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