Illumination WALD STUDIO

12Jun/180

FSL

Today, we looked at the FSL backlighting products.

From the component (permanent installation) we looked at:

  • Slim Panel
  • Net Light
  • Chain (wet location solution and unusual shapes)

The NET Light:

  

An LED system suitbale for back lighting. It can be place behind a variety of diffusers like; glass panel, colored and textured resin, graphic and image panels.

  • Low voltage
  •  variable wattages, changing from 4w to 14w per ft
  • LED Nodes are spaced 24mm apart on board.
  • 3000K up to 6500K.
  • Require 3" to 5" spacing in a cavity.

The Slim Panel:

A 1/2" thick edge-lit slim profile. It can be placed right on top of the application and suitable for tight spacing. (when the 4" to 5" spacing is not available)

  • 4w/ft (standard) and 5w/ft (RGB).
  • Available with LEDs along 1, 2, or 4 sides of perimeter.
  • Available in static, RGB and tunable white.
  • The largest size is 4' x 8'

The Chain:

An LED channel module in 25' trays of 50 LED modules. It is ideal for organic shapes and letter backlighting.

  • 2.4w/ft with 252lm/ft (standard) and 1.4w/ft (RGB).
  • 3000K, 5000K, and 6500K.
  • Available in static white, RGB white.
  • Available as double sided.

From the backlighting complete solution we looked at:

Frame Light:

 

A changeable 3D printed diffuser paired with slim panel. (suitable for signage)

  • 4w/ft (standard) and 5w/ft (RGB).
  • frameless or custom frame option with reveal trim on "Snap Framelight".
  • 3000K up to 5300K

 

Jawn Light:

Wall and ceiling surface mount with edg-lit LED panel and white diffuser

  • variety of shapes. (4' x 8' max size for single sheet)
  • Compatible with individually addressable DMX
  • Available in Dynamic-W, Static-W, and RGB.

Luminous Ceiling and Wall:

A stretched fabric with back lighting system with a custom image and different color temperatures. (the transparency can be adjusted between 50% to 70%)

 

 

 

 

 

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