This new product line has become instantly popular for our customers," explained co-founder and president of EnvironmentalLights.com, Greg Thorson. "Lighting designers and contractors have asked for this type of strip lighting.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 09, 2012
Nightclub and bar owners looking to update their lighting to improve the atmosphere of their space now have another line of lighting products available to them. EnvironmentalLights.com, a leading source of high-quality, energy-efficient LED lighting products, is launching a new line of LED strip lights and controllers at the Nightclub & Bar trade show. Held in Las Vegas, Nevada, from March 13 - 14, the Nightclub & Bar Tradeshow boasts over 30,000 attendees including bar and nightclub owners, operators, bartenders and other professionals in the industry. The trade show offers the ideal opportunity for owners and designers to get acquainted with product capabilities and potential applications available to lighting improvements.
The new LED strip lighting is an ideal solution for decorative lighting displays because it can provide maximum brightness and energy efficiency as well as long life. The new line offers a Color Rendering Index (CRI) over 80, which is not found in most LED strip lights. The higher CRI rating offered by the new LED strip lighting line can improve color vibrancy when used in backlighting or uplighting bar areas.
"This new product line has become instantly popular for our customers," explained co-founder and president of EnvironmentalLights.com, Greg Thorson. "Lighting designers and contractors have asked for this type of strip lighting – specifically for color tunable and very warm white colors. Recent technology advances in phosphor chemistry and application technique allow us to present these improved products."
The High CRI LED Strip Light product line features 120 LEDs per meter for optimal brightness levels and greater color accuracy. There are a variety of color temperature options available, such as very warm white (2,400°K), warm white (2,700°K), neutral white (4,000°K), daylight white (6,500°K) and color tunable (range 2,400-6,500°K).
Color tunable strip and RGB color-changing strip lighting also provides extra flexibility when it comes to design. Color tunable strip light allows you to easily tune the color temperature from warm white (2,700°K) to daylight white (6,500°K) and any other variation in between.
The RGB color-changing strip mixes colors directly on the LED chip, allowing the user to create custom hues in conjunction with LED controllers. EnvironmentalLights.com offers a variety of state-of-the-art control and dimming systems for LED lighting. The Sound-to-Light controller might be perfect for DJ booths and nightclubs because it lets the strip lights flash to the beat of music. Similarly, a bar or lounge space may choose a pre-programmable controller like the PMRC LED controller that allows a user to design their own custom colors (and choose from 16 million!), control the fade times and transition speed and even dim the LED strips.
EnvironmentalLights.com offers expert advice from on-staff engineers for any questions about lighting system design and applications to best fit the lighting needs for your business.
Owners, lighting designers and contractors can consult with these experts about the new LED strip lights and controllers and see them on display at the Nightclub & Bar trade show. LED light bulbs, under cabinet lights and other lighting solutions will also be installed in the trade show booth and be available for demonstrations. Feel free to stop by the booth to learn about the show specials, get a demonstration and speak to an engineer about your business in Booth #512.
EnvironmentalLights.com is a leading resource for sustainable, energy-efficient LED lighting products to meet the needs of business, commercial and residential clients. Founded in 2006 by Greg and Anne Thorson, the company offers a broad spectrum of light bulbs, strip and rope light, under cabinet light systems, Christmas lights, dimmers, controls and necessary hardware for any lighting project. For more information, please visit http://www.EnvironmentalLights.com.