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That Bright Halo Illumination

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Maybe I should have titled it "That BrightON Halo Illumination"

 

Thought I would share a project where our new High-End 24 volt, .8watt BrightON II LED Modules were used.

 

As I've discussed before in the past.  There is a difference and a gap between "Usable Light" and "Competitive Light".  The BrightON II is the most efficient (Light per power) LED Module in it's class, and it is the definition of Competitive Light.

 

As explained here and suggested for spacing, it was chosen to use the 3" module spacer, and obviously  you'll see as you scroll down the spacing could have even been much farther apart.

 

 

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Using the 3" spacers or 5" on center module to module spacing of the .8 watt will give you that extra punch for Halo and Day / Night faces, and you're looking at only $2 a foot buying a single bag of modules.  Important note is what you're getting for that $2 a foot.  Very easily module to module spacing could have been 7" OC, and a $1.45 a foot.

 

 

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The Grand Result?

 

 

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No over exposure here to make the lighting more extreme than "IRL"...in real life.  because I have another picture to share here of a neighboring sign that is made up of your standard front illuminated channel letters. 

 

 

 

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This is the very visual explanation of "Competitive Light". 

 

The BrightON II Modules will give sign shops more versatility with their lighting projects, eliminating a 3 diode module & eliminating stocking more various modules with just simple spacing making the BrightON II a more universal product in your shop.  The reason?  Because the BrightON II meets or exceeds the Performance of most 3 diode LED Modules on the market on Maximum Efficiency of 24V.  Also, the long module to module wire leads.

 

Could you just imagine for a second the BrightON II LED modules in the neighboring Coffee Sign at the maximum stretched module to module spacing of 7.625" or 1.57 ($1.33 a foot) modules per foot?  I can!

 

Something is being left out here and I have to discuss what completes this High-End system?

 

 

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That would be adding a France Lighting Solution LED Power supply of course

 

In this case the 24V France Atlas with built in LED indicator light for proper function, bringing more Quality & Dependability to the project.

 

 

The most important aspect of this job was the feedback from the client.  They were VERY impressed with their sign when they drove by at night to see what their identity looked like.  Their face will be your face.  These are the types of results you will get with the BrightON II LED Modules. 

 

Finished jobs will sell themselves.  Happy, impressed clients will sell, and market for you...provided you not only sold them a good product but good service as well. 

 

Come night, the mere visual can attract potential customers and a resume address can assure and close sales prospects, end results will be referral makers!

 

 

 

 

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Nice looking sign!  Different white behind the aesthetics bar? 

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7 hours ago, imanut said:
Nice looking sign!  Different white behind the aesthetics bar? 

 


Thanks!

 

Same white, the narrow letters will just provide a different more focused backlight over the broader wider cabinet in backlighting


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A bit of clarification, do I see it correctly that your modules are shining into the letter and the light is reflecting back out from there?  And no shadows from the brackets or the modules themselves? How are the letters mounted to the wall?  We are being very slow to adopt the LEDs since we're a long-time neon shop, but that's a nice display

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15 minutes ago, bender said:

A bit of clarification, do I see it correctly that your modules are shining into the letter and the light is reflecting back out from there?  And no shadows from the brackets or the modules themselves? How are the letters mounted to the wall?  We are being very slow to adopt the LEDs since we're a long-time neon shop, but that's a nice display

 

 

 

Correct.

 

The letters are mounded to the wall using 1.5" alum spacers.  Shops that mount the LED to the back of the pans pointing towards the plastic and walls tent to make weird reflections and make shard like displays.  You can almost cram LEDs in small reverse channel letter backs with only 50% unblocked light and still no shadows .  


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