I want to run a single track light rail all across the entire ceiling (about 38ft) in my family room using one junction.
I also want the ability to turn off certain light segments, such as; only the light on the left or right side of the room when desired.
Does anyone know of an attachment I can add along the rail to give me this ability ? or maybe someone could point me in the right direction to overcome the issue ?
In my imagination, I picture some kind of wireless transmitter and receiver kit I could purchase on ebay or my local hardware store.
The receiver would fit and look like a standard track connector does, except, this would, of course; be a two way switch receiver, allowing me to use transmitter(s) to control each receiver along the track rail, turning the lights on and off as I please, but not all of them.
I live in a condo in the USA with certain restrictions on how much work could be done with and without a licensed and insured electrician, because of those limits, I'm trying to avoid too much cutting, drilling and serious electrical work (aka, anything that requires a month or two of back and forth with management). I already have two 4ft tracks mounted on their own junctions, one in the hallway, the other on the right side of the family room.
I figured it'll be best I just extend the track from the hallway since it's closest, and would look more "natural" given the angles of the track.
I understand that power might be an issue when considering the kind and power requirements of the light bulbs, which currently; are standard halogen, but will likely be replaced with 2700k LEDs.