Meticulously crafted rechargeable art lighting for any decor; contemporary, classic, yours…

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Spectacular art lighting that’s rechargeable, convenient, and energy efficient.  This is a whole new thing.

We’ve seen some poor attempts at battery powered art lighting, none of which are rechargeable, and the worst of it requiring you to remove your artwork from the wall to change batteries.

Finally, a convenient approach: with one hand and no tools you can remove the light from the mount, charge it, and replace it with just as much ease.

With a soft touch button, you have access to three levels of color accurate lighting to brilliantly illuminate your works of art. So smart, it turns itself off.

Recommended for artwork up to 40” (W) x 30” (T)

Read more about what sets us and our products apart here: The Situ Difference.

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Tech Specs

3 Brightness settings

Memory function records last setting used

5 Hour automatic shutoff

Super slim profile

Weighs < 1lb.

95+ CRI, 3,000k or 2,700k LED light

UV and infrared safe

Safe NiMH Battery Technology

Convenient and low profile frame, canvas or wall mounting

Specialized tapes for mounting to metal frames or artwork available upon request

Included Items: charger and mounting hardware

UL Listed charger

Weight: 11 – 15 oz.

Recommended for artwork up to 40″W x 30″T

Tools recommended for installation: screwdriver, drill (optional), hammer (optional), pencil

Dimensions: 15 ½” wide x ¾” diameter

Overall neck length: 10.5″

Charge in 3.5 hours

Made by us in Sarasota, FL

 Rechargeable Touch Series Manual

Wireless Picture Light Run Times

178 reviews for Rechargeable Touch Series: Wireless LED Art Light

  1. James (verified owner)

    Well designed and constructed. Even lighting enhances artwork. Design one with an auto off timer next, please!

  2. Wendy (verified owner)

    I like the rechargeable battery and the multi light settings. I do not like how the led lights reflect on glass (art) when looking at it straight on. You see all the lights, looks tacky.

    From Situ:

    Wendy, we’re sorry to hear you’re experiencing glare from your your new Rechargeable Touch Series. Unfortunately glare is a matter of angles and has little to do with the fixture itself. You can read more about glare at the bottom of the following page:

    We’ve included the text here as well:

    Removing glare from artwork behind glass can be a challenge with any art light. If you’re having trouble with glare on glass-covered artwork see below:

    1) Install the light as high as possible relative to your artwork. It’s a matter of angles: your viewing height, the height of the artwork, and the height of the light. Moving the light higher or changing the height of your painting will allow you to“move” where the glare shows up. By changing the relative angles, the glare can be moved on to the frame (less reflective than glass) or wall. To understand, try this: Take a few steps towards and away from your artwork while looking at the glare. This will give you a sense of how it changes relative to viewing angles and height. You will, unfortunately, experience this with all artwork mounted lights.

    2) Use the light as an uplight. All of our products with the exception of the Rechargeable Micro Series (due to how it’s mounted) can be used as uplights. Installation is identical except the fixture is attached to the bottom of the artwork. By changing the location of the light and consequently, the direction the light is emitted, we’re often able to eliminate glare.

    3) Remove the glass. There are low glare glasses made (Museum Glass, etc.) that help cut down on reflection but that’s mainly for ambient lighting glare (reflections of people, furnishings, etc. from ambient light). It’s a matter of shining light directly at a reflective surface. No matter what, some of that light will reflect.

    At the end of the day, it’s often a matter of compromise: have your artwork illuminated and experience a small amount of glare at the top or do not illuminate it at all.

    Anti-glare Louvers.
    Don’t be confused by “anti-glare louvers” offered by some companies. This term does not refer to glare in the artwork or glass but instead, a person’s ability to directly see the light as it’s emitted from the fixture. A properly designed picture light should have this taken into account without it being termed a feature. A confusing use of terminology nevertheless.

  3. Jennifer R. (verified owner)

    We’ve been waiting for a high quality wireless lighting solution like this for years! The color rendition is great and we are so happy to enjoy our painting all hours of the day now. The only reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars is that a remote control, like the one available on the wired set, would be really helpful. We have to stand on a stepstool to turn it on each night.

    From Situ:
    Unfortunately we do not have plans of offering this or any of our wireless models with a remote control. Please see the reason why we do not believe remote controls are a viable option for wireless lights on the following page:

  4. Frances (verified owner)

    The rechargeable lights are so awesome that I reordered. Thanks for a great product!

  5. Jerry (verified owner)

    The rechargeable picture lights are fantastic!!

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