Black Neon from PRIZM Lighting
PRIZM Lighting, offering innovative lighting solutions to transform environments with LED lighting technology, introduces its 24V DC NeoFlux Onyx, an RGBW Top Bend or Side Bend Black Neon for seamless illumination of darkened architectural design.
Offering a sleek profile and pixel level control for nearly endless interior and exterior applications, NeoFlux Onyx features a black jacket and is available in static white, RGBW, and dynamic RGBW with 4.92” pixel resolution. The neon lights deliver a high lumen output performance of up to 1700 lumens, while consuming up to 4.26W per foot with a 120° beam angle and an 80+ CRI.
The 24V DC Dynamic RGBW Black Neon is cuttable every 4.92” with max runs of 16.4 feet for custom applications. Its individually addressable segments with DMX 512 protocol allow for independent control of dynamic color and design. Black Neon delivers unique effects including chasing, popcorning, waves and strobe.
The NeoFlux Onyx is surface mounted and can be dimmed 0-100% with most DMX or SPI controls. It operates in temperatures from -13˚F to 113˚F. Its silicone jacketing is UV, flame and saltwater resistant with an IP67 rating. The new offering from PRIZM is also cULus Listed for indoor and outdoor wet locations with 30,000 hours rated life.
About PRIZM Lighting
Always at the forefront of innovation, PRIZM Lighting transforms environments with LED lighting technology to entertain, inspire, and make the world a more enjoyable place. With the history and support of its parent company, American Lighting, PRIZM fulfills the needs of lighting design professionals and architects from project inception to completion. From residential to retail, and entertainment to hospitality applications, PRIZM Lighting’s comprehensive assortment makes creative and impactful lighting solutions possible.
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