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Proluxe Lighting Launches Pixel Tape Light Series With Dynamic Design and Color Options

Proluxe Lighting has introduced it COB Pixel Tape Light Series that offers independent control of dynamic design and color through control protocols for a wide range of lighting effects, including chasing, gradient and sparkle.

The Series includes:

  • 12V DC RGW Pixel tape light that allows every LED to be addressed, enabling independent control of dynamic color and design with easy-to-use DMX 512 control protocol. With RGB dynamic Pixel color mixing capabilities, millions of color combinations can be created for impactful installations with SMD 5050 RGB LEDs that are cuttable every LED at 1.31” with 16.4-foot maximum run. The 12V DC RGW Pixel tape light delivers 12 lumens per foot.
  • 24V DC RGBW Pixel tape light that allows for every six LEDs to be addressed with easy-to-use DMX 512 control protocol. The dynamic RGBW pixel color mixing capabilities provide millions of color combinations with SMD 5050 RGB LEDs that are cuttable every LED at 3.94” with 16.4-foot maximum run. The 24V DC RGBW Pixel tape light produces 241 lumens per foot.
  • 24V DC Static White COB Pixel tape light that allows for individually addressed sections, enabling independent control of LED pixels spaced 3.94 inches apart with SPI control protocol. Its seamless COB design eliminates virtually all LED dotting with dynamic, pixel-based static white at 3000K CCT. The tape light produces up to 280 lumens per foot and is cuttable every LED at 3.94” with a 16.4-foot maximum run. The 24V DC Static White COB Pixel tape light delivers 280 lumens per foot.
  • RGBW COB Pixel tape lights that provide seamless COB design to eliminate virtually all LED dotting with dynamic pixel-based RGBW (3000K) color mixing capabilities with SPI control protocol.

Controlled via DMX for color and dimming, the Pixel Tape Light Series is cULus listed for indoor dry and damp locations with a 50,000-hour performance operating from -4° F (-20° C) to 104° F (40° C).

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