RGBUV LED strip lighting - Limelight Series
These unique and wonderful RGBUV and RGBI strip lights are available from our professional range of ProFlex, offering high-quality, long-lasting solutions perfect for special effects of decorative projects.
They are specialist light strips, featuring a dedicated channel for Ultraviolet light or Indigo light. These popular colour-changing strips are perfect for creating interesting and unique light effects.
The Ultra Violet RGB strips allow a plethora of bespoke and interesting colours to be mixed. UV lights are particularly effective when used in conjunction with UV-reactive paint. It will achieve fluorescent designs enabling you to be extremely creative. UV LEDs also react with white surfaces perfect for a refreshing effect.
The Limelight range offers high-quality components, featuring a black PCB which is perfect for low-lighting applications. It reflects much less light and blends into the surface much easier. They are designed to last, ensuring they do not need replacing regularly.
Our LED light strips are easy to install, read our case study "What do I need to install LED strip lights?" for a comprehensive guide on installation.
Please speak to our technical sales team for more installation tips and advice. Either by telephone, email or live chat on our website.
Controlling professional RGBUV LED strip
LED strips can be controlled in a number of ways depending on the system you are using and how it's being installed. Available control protocols include both wireless and hardwired options suitable to different types of installation.
For lighting systems that require complex programming, DMX is often used to control multiple zones through a single system. DMX is a hard-wired protocol often used in theatre to individually address lighting fixtures.
DALI is a hardwired protocol used in larger installs because of its extensive and ability to control multiple zones. By assigning a DALI address to a device it can be found within the DALI network and programmed by a controller.
Wireless protocols are often used in domestic installs as they are easy to install and can be hidden out of sight. Popular wireless protocols include RF, Wifi , Zigbee and Z wave all of which operate in different ways.