Alloy LED Adds Two Flexible Radialux™ Neon Color-Changing Tape Lights

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 September 30, 2021

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Alloy LED has added two neon flexible LED tape light solutions to its Radialux™ RGB color-changing product line. Replicating the look of traditional neon, the Radialux RGB-W Neon Tape Lights feature an ultra-flexible, IP67-rated silicone housing with a built-in diffuser and 95 CRI for the white LEDs, allowing for continuous, high-performing, even illumination.

These next generation color-changing LED linear lighting solutions have a tight bend radius available in top-bending (Radialux Neon 200 TB) and side-bending (Radialux Neon 100 SB) designs to mimic the curves of traditional neon lights for endless design possibilities. With lengths up to 16.4 feet, the fully encased, rugged silicone housing is IP67 wet location-rated, satisfying both indoor and outdoor commercial and residential applications. The exceptional built-in diffuser design provides 100% hotspot-free illumination.

Dimmable down to 0.1% depending on the compatible controller, the color-changing neon tape lights’ mix of white and RGB colors provide both pastel and saturated color possibilities. The products consume 4.39 watts per foot and produce 200 lumens per foot for the Neon 200 TB tape light and 100 lumens per foot for the Neon 100 SB fixture.

Alloy LED offers the convenience of factory-cut and sealed custom lengths of linear tape lights for better water-resistance and performance. In addition, the company provides quick turnarounds and quoting, as well as an extensively trained customer support team, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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