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Proluxe Lighting Develops Alternative to Neon Lighting

Proluxe Lighting introduces the Neonflex Pro-Dual, a static white dual bend neon lighting alternative that provides seamless lines of direct view lighting for architectural-grade interior and exterior applications.

Neonflex Pro-Dual features bend technology for vertical and lateral directional bending with 3000K CCT and a high 90+ CRI that delivers up to 223 lumens per foot, while consuming only 3.05 watt per foot. The maximum run is 16.4 feet operating on 24V DC. The direct view lighting is dimmable from 5% – 100% with most ELV and TRIAC dimmers.

IP67-rated and cULus-listed for wet locations, the durable Neonflex Pro-Dual with its sealed silicone jacketing is flame, saltwater and UV-resistant. It will perform in temperatures from -13° F (-25° C) to 113° F (45° C) with a 50,000-hour performance life. Its easy installation makes it a versatile option for interior and exterior applications.

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