LED modules are perfect for sign illumination and light-box construction, they are IP67 rated so can be used outdoors. These Quad modules are supplied on a 4.4m string of 20 units, each module is 1.44w; The modules are joined with a two core cable and can be cut to size.
By running the strings in strips behind a suitable diffuser, light box construction is easy and in general will give an even wash of light if the gap between each run is equal to the distance between each module which in this case is 180mm.
With a wide 160 deg beam angle, the modules can be used to construct shallow light boxes and as the modules are linked with cable, the gap between them can be adjusted accordingly. The modules are supplied with a 3m sticky backing and are fully dimmable and compatible with our dimmable 12v drivers and RF hand held or wall mounted remote controllers including our range of SunRicher products.We also stock DMX512 decoders to enable connection to a DMX system.
LED Signage modules information:
LED Signage modules are products used in signage design/digital signage to light and backlight materials such as acrylic or stretch fabric using led lighting. With a strong light output and wide beam angle signage modules are perfect for lighting signs and lightboxes.
Our LED honeycomb panels are a slimline backlighting solution suitable for LED lightboxes as thin as 25mm depending on the diffuser. The wide beam angle and high output of the panels provide an even wash at short distances as shallow as 25mm.
Where Honeycomb panels are ideal for linear shapes, complex shapes and 3D lettering requires a more malleable product. Our LED modules are a flexible solution suited to backlighting complex 3D shapes.
With RGB colour changing and single colours available, our IP67* modules for any project both in and outdoors.
*IP67 Represents one of the highest levels of protection offered by an IP rating. This rating provides complete protection against ingress of dust and airborne particles. Protection against water and liquids, up to and including immersion in up to one meter of water.
View our case study on IP ratings for further information on what they mean.