Noribachi Releases ALiVE RGBW Architectural Kits

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RGBW Architectural Kits Now Available in Multiple Topographies

Noribachi RGBW on board the USS IOWA

We are very happy with our new RGBW lighting upgrade. Jonathan Williams, President & CEO, Pacific Battleship Center.

Noribachi, a leading U.S.-based custom LED manufacturer for high output commercial and industrial solutions, announced today the release of RGBW Architectural Kits.

These architectural kits are designed in multiple topographies to allow for flexibility of design in different architectural settings. They include kits for RGBW spot lighting, cove lighting, high-powered flood lighting and even general lighting. They are compact, lightweight and versatile. Their modular design offers great flexibility that can be used in a wide variety of fixtures and geometries.

“We are very happy with our new RGBW lighting upgrade," said Jonathan Williams, President & CEO, Pacific Battleship Center. "Our goal for the LED upgrade was to have a permanent exterior lighting solution that would showcase the beauty of the ship as well as give us the ability to create unique color lighting experiences throughout the year. The new RGBW Floodlights are a perfect solution and exceeded our color output expectations."

These lighting kits will be offered with simple, interactive controllers as well as sophisticated internet-based computer controllers to allow for millions of colors with exceptional color mixing. The controllers can be both wireless as well as wired. Noribachi further offers on-site engineering services for both the design as well as installation of these kits. Whether you need a cove light or a floodlight to illuminate your next project, Noribachi has got you covered - in lights!

About Noribachi:
Noribachi is a leading U.S.-based technology company with a focus on digital lighting.

Noribachi’s product lines, “ALiVE” and “NoriCloud” are comprised of hardware, software and services associated with the generation, distribution and control of lighting and sensors in commercial and industrial settings.

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