Line8 Power Tracks designed with Advanced Material Science and Engineering

Line8 Power Tracks are designed to allow users to add, remove, and reposition power sockets freely and safely, with the capacity to hold at least 14 sockets per meter. 

These tracks function like miniature bus bars, adapted for interior use. The tap-off circuit connection method, used by electricians to distribute power in homes, reduces the risk of overload compared to multi-plug or extension plugs.

Engineered to carry loads up to 32A, comparable to industrial electric busbars, through a combination of advanced material science utilising use of high-performance thermoplastics commonly used in aerospace industry applications (space craft, satellites), cutting-edge engineering, and superior manufacturing processes, Line8 power tracks are fully equipped to handle your needs for plugging in, in any household, while ensuring reliable and safe power distribution.

Made in Singapore using the best available manufacturing technology and material science, Line8 power tracks are high-quality, durable, safe to use, and beautifully designed to complement your environment.

Harnessing Advanced Material Science for High Load Capacity and Reliable Power Distribution

Line8 Power Tracks are engineered to carry loads up to 32A, comparable to industrial electric busbars, through a combination of advanced material science, cutting-edge engineering, and superior manufacturing.

Advanced materials

We use High-performance thermoplastics (HPTPs), which are crucial in power track manufacturing due to their superior electrical and mechanical properties. 

High-Performance Thermoplastics

Exceptional properties such as high-temperature tolerance, radiation resistance, and mechanical strength, HPTPs are commonly used in the aerospace industry for various applications.

High-Performance Thermoplastics (HPTPs) are a class of advanced polymer materials with exceptional mechanical, thermal, and chemical properties. They can withstand high temperatures, resist chemical degradation, and maintain their strength and stability under stress. These properties make HPTPs suitable for demanding applications where traditional plastics, such as Polycarbonate (PC), ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene), and Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), may not be adequate.

Some examples of HPTPs include polyether ether ketone (PEEK), polyphenylene sulfide (PPS), and polyimide (PI). These materials are used in various industries, including aerospace, automotive, electronics, and medical, where high-performance materials are necessary for reliable and safe operation. In the context of power track manufacturing, HPTPs provide the essential electrical and mechanical properties needed to produce compact and efficient power distribution systems.

In fact,  HPTPs are used in space applications due to their exceptional properties, such as high-temperature tolerance, radiation resistance, and mechanical strength. In fact, HPTPs are widely used in the aerospace industry for various applications, including spacecraft and satellite components, such as sensors, electronic connectors, and thermal management systems. The ability of HPTPs to withstand extreme temperatures, radiation, and harsh environments makes them essential for space applications, where reliability and durability are critical factors for mission success.

HPTPs are widely used in various industries, including electrical, automotive, aerospace, industrial, and medical sectors. Their widespread use demonstrates their reliability and effectiveness in handling demanding applications and high electrical loads.

Common materials like PC, ABS, and PVC are not suitable for producing power tracks due to their limitations in handling high electrical loads and temperature tolerance. This makes HPTPs the preferred choice for manufacturing Line8 Power Tracks.

High Load Capacity

Power tracks need to handle high loads and provide more power compared to standard wall sockets. Traditional bus-bar systems are large and bulky, but we transform them into sleek, beautiful designs using advanced materials like HPTPs. 

Common materials like PC, ABS, and PVC don't meet the demanding requirements for electrical and mechanical performance. Only recently available to the consumer markets, HPTPs now enable superior power track production. 

Innovative TRS Technology Grounding Safety Feature 

Line8 developed an innovative safety feature called TRS (Triple Redundant Safety) technology for our power tracks. This technology involves two actively grounded conductor strips placed on either side of the power track's opening. 

When any object or device comes into contact with the opening, these conductor strips ensure that it's grounded, providing an additional layer of safety. They are actively grounded to provide an electrical shield through which no electricity can escape.

In simple terms, TRS technology prevents electrical hazards by grounding anything that touches the power track's opening, reducing the risk of electric shock, short circuits, or other potential dangers. This innovation is a significant leap forward in power track safety and design, making Line8 Power Tracks safer and more reliable for users.

Line8 Power Adaptor: Your Perfect-Match Circuit Closing Key

The Line8 Track is an always open circuit which can only be closed by specially matched key, which is our patented power adaptors. Nothing else can close the circuit. 

The patented and specifically engineered power adapters can be placed anywhere you wish along the power track, and only when turning the locking mechanism in the adaptor on the power track, will the circuit be closed. No electricity is delivered anywhere else on the power track except to the activated power adaptor. 


Electric busbar

Busbars are commonly found in power distribution units, switchboards, and panel boards, helping to manage and distribute power efficiently and safely, such as bringing electricity from the electrical grid into your home.

An electrical busbar is a metallic strip or bar, usually made of copper or aluminum, used to conduct and distribute electricity within an electrical system. It acts like a power hub, connecting different electrical components or devices, allowing them to draw or share electrical current.