By Nancy Brewer
Believe it or not, there are many uses for this particular crazy looking form of light. It is the thinnest, brightest and most durable electroluminescent light in the world. Which means it is groundbreaking technology. This form of lighting is most often used in ceiling coves, under cabinets, toe kick space (where the floor meets the bottom of the cabinets), and inside cabinets. It offers even illumination, it’s dimmable, it can be cut, it’s flexible to bend around corners and is offered in color temperatures from 2400K to 4000K (Kelvin). There is a standard output and even a high output when more light is needed. It provides no heat and is so tiny it hides anywhere. A transformer is required as in most low voltage product. We have a sample in the showroom we loan out so you can test it before purchasing. Come take a look at one of the greatest discoveries of the twentieth!