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NSL Expands Tape Light Offering

With 30+ years in linear lighting, National Specialty Lighting (NSL) has once again expanded and improved its offering of indoor and outdoor tape light products. Boasting a broad tape light offering with a warranty of 6 years, NSL has a solution for all of your linear lighting projects. The range of 15 tape versions feature the following improved qualities: CRI 90, 3 Oz PCB, and a longer lifespan with 6-year limited warranty.

In addition, NSL offers superior technical sales support, knowledgeable customer service, tape demo kits available to display all options, and marketing materials that include in-store video displays. The company’s tape light provides an even distribution of light along floors, counters, ceilings, coves, or walls to create a variety of effects. NSL’s Tape Light array contains both outdoor and indoor products, offering both static and dynamic solutions for all locations. New features include:

• Dimmable

• CCT of 2700K to 7000K

• Dim to warm (dims at 1800K and brightens to 3000K)

• RGBW with selectable white warmth

• COB dotless tape

• A variety of extrusions

For more information, visit the company’s website or click on the Strip Series product page

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