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At long last, the effect of neon has been reproduced using LEDs, removing all of the drawbacks of traditional glass gas-filled neon.

Power Consumption
While traditional neon consumes up to 8.75 watts per linear 30cm running at 15,000 volts, LED Neon Tube consumes just 2.6watts per linear 30cm, and operates on a safe 24 volt supply. This can represent a saving of 70% on the traditionally high running costs of Neon.

Construction
Traditional neon is made from fragile glass, resulting in huge shipping costs, and a high likelihood of damage. LED Neon Tube is constructed from flexible, durable, lightweight PVC. LEDs are encapsulated in a unique oval shaped jacket which has been designed to illuminate uniformly. LED Neon Tube is supplied on drums which can be easily transported.

 


  Shaping
Glass neon can only be shaped by highly skilled glassblowers who heat the glass until it is white hot before forming it. In contrast, LED Neon Tube can be formed by anyone without any special tools or training. It can be bent into tight curves as small as 4cm radius, and can be cut at regular intervals.

Applications
As well as the usual applications of neon, the portability of LED Neon Tube makes it an option for new markets such as touring stage shows and concerts.

Installation
LED Neon Tube must be powered using a dedicated transformer. Each transformer will power a roll (9.14 metres) of Neon Tube. The Neon Tube can then be shaped and joined using a variety of accessories which are detailed below.


Standard
Dimensions 12mm x 26mm Cross Section
Cutting Point Interval Every 10cm
LED Density 8 per 10cm
Maximum Length 15 metres
Power Consumption 7.1 watt/metre
Power Supply 24v AC/DC Switching Supply


 

Blue, Green & White
Dimensions 12mm x 26mm Cross Section