These custom exhibit displays were created for the 2016 Global Sales Kick Off for Equinix, Inc. The blue lines connecting the circle forms are lit using our RGB 180 Color Changing LED Strip Light, with the ability to product over 16 million colors. The circle forms are being lit using our single color Ribbon Star Ultra Warm White LED Strips. Power is being driven through a variety of 12VDC LED Power Supplies, and the lights are being controlled via DMX control using our 24 Channel DMX Decoders to set the DMX control addresses. They were pleased with the brightness and quality of the lights stating, "The lights were awesome and the client commented on how bright they were." With the DMX control they can choose any custom color or create custom color changing scenes with the RGB strip lights and dim the white lights 255 levels from 0-100%. If you have any questions about this project or would like to start your first DMX control project, give us a call we'd be happy to help you.
Ribbon Star Ultra 2, Warm White LED Strip Light CRI 90 - UL 12VDC
SKU: RL-SC-UT12-WW-10 View Product Page
Version 2 of our flexible Ribbon Star Ultra Warm White LED Strip has been upgraded with a new brighter and more efficient 2110 size CRI 90+ LED chip. This new chip and extremely flexible PCB design provides color popping, dot free illumination. Cut lines every 0.398" make it east to adhere to specific lighting lengths. 1200 LEDs per Strip is unlike any other strip and is the ideal choice for pairing with our aluminum channels to create dot free, bright lighting fixtures. Embed into drywall, use under cabinets, light up a display, the applications are endless. Each roll of Strip Light has heavy duty 3M™ mounting tape on the back, for the best long-term mounting solution. Each foot of strip light consumes 6.1 watts of 12VDC power. An adequate 12VDC Constant Voltage power source is required. One bin keeps the 2600-3100K color temperature consistent from order to order. We recommended that you mount this to steel or aluminum for a good heat sink. UL Listed for class2 luminaries and fixtures, CE and RoHS compliant.
Ribbon Star, RGB 180 LED Strip Light - UL 12VDC
SKU: RL-SC-RS-RGB1-10 View Product Page
These UL Listed Ribbon Star RGB LED strips have super bright 3 in 1 RGB SMD LEDs on board and can produce 16 million shades of brilliant color. There are 3 LEDs for every 2 inches. This 118" (3m) LED strip can be cut every 2 inches and has many quick connnection options, for easy connection and use. Comes with 3M™ mounting tape on the back, for the best long-term mounting solution. 43W of constant voltage 12VDC power needed for this 118" strip (4.3W per foot). This RBG LED Light strip can be used for entertainment lighting, bars, casino lights, full color cove lights, RGB backlighting and in theater sets; Comes with two quick connectors. See link below for demonstration video. UL Listed for class 2 luminaries and fixtures, RoHS and CE approved.
24 Channel LED DMX Decoder, 5-24VDC 3A/CH
SKU: LC-EU-DMX-PX243 View Product Page
This DMX decoder allows for 24 Channels of LED lights to be controlled via a DMX control signal. With two DC power inputs, one for channels 1-12 and the other for 13-24, this LED decoder can control 12 channels of LED lights of similar or variating voltage inputs. This decoder accepts either XLR-3 type connections or bare wire connections for the DMX signal input and output. There are a total of eight, 3 channel, common anode outputs with screw-down terminal blocks for easy connection to your LED lights. This decoder is able to accept 5-24VDC at 3A per channel (twenty four channels total) for max load of 360W/5V, 864W/12V, or 1728W/24V. You can set the starting address of the DMX decoder via DIP switches located on the back of the unit. Please note that each DMX decoder requires 24 addresses in the DMX universe being used as well as a 5-24VDC driver large enough to power the lighting load. A built in LED light test mode is available with this DMX decoder. Systems with more than two DMX decoders being used require an XLR3 DMX terminator cable on the last DMX decoder in the series.