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Two new LED lighting products that serve sophisticated needs for outdoor hotspot-free lighting have been released by Alloy LED. PrimaLine 24V Neon LED tape light is the next generation of flexible LED lighting and is designed to be used indoors and outdoors. PrimaLine Neon is flexible making it a great solution for curved lighting installations in applications like retail, hospitality, and exterior building accenting. The tape light solves a market problem of limited flexibility by being made from a rugged, ultra-flexible silicone housing that also provides seamless light diffusion without the need for a channel or diffuser.
PrimaLine Neon is offered in side-bending (SB) and top-bending (TB) models: Neon 100 SB emits light from the top and bends to the sides, while PrimaLine Neon 200 TB emits from the top and bends upwards and downwards. Together, these models provide the most design options for architects and specifiers. They also feature some of the highest CRI and R value ratings in the industry, with a minimum of 95 CRI and ranging up to 98 CRI.
PrimaLine Neon also has a number of features that are essential for optimal operation and compliance with building codes. PrimaLine Neon is:
Alloy LED President Joe Flynn said, "Alloy is proud to introduce a flexible hotspot-free lighting solution that is easily cut and used in the field with our IP65 rated DIY connector. At Alloy, we believe that an easy to use wet rated DIY connector is an essential Neon accessory that provides customers and installers a real benefit not easily found elsewhere in the lighting industry."
PrimaLine Neon strip lights can be installed with rigid or specially designed flexible aluminum mounting tracks. The company also provides customization services to cut and seal the product to customer specifications.