White LED Tape Lighting

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Brightness Options

Select the model with the brightness appropriate for your lighting application. Brighter models are more expensive and use more energy. A higher brightness model is not needed for every lighting application. When in doubt, select a brighter model and use a dimmer.

0-100% Full Range Dimming

All RibbonFlex Pro models are fully dimmable with standard 120V AC dimmers when used with Armacost Lighting’s AC Dimmable LED Power Supplies/Drivers. They are also dimmable with Armacost Lighting’s line of 12-volt dimmers, wireless and Wi-Fi controls, (iOS and Android). To learn more, view dimming options.

White RibbonFlex Pro models

LED densities include
30, 60, and 120
LEDs per meter.
Higher density =
higher brightness.

The type of LED module
used on the tape also
determines overall brightness.

RibbonFlex Pro Series model options

Series 30 uses 30 LEDs per meter (about 9 LEDs per ft.) and is economic to use, designed for lower-level, indirect accent lighting projects such as above cabinets, coves, tray ceilings and toe kicks. These models permit the greatest run lengths for large-scale cove lighting projects.

Series 60 uses 60 LEDs per meter (about 18 LEDs per ft.) and is good all-around solution for any accent lighting project, and well suited for under cabinets and anywhere general task lighting is desired.

Series 120 uses 120 LEDs per meter (about 36 LEDs per ft.). High density LEDs allow for the tape light to be installed close to an adjacent surface, providing the most seamless illumination with no bright light spots. Series 120 is appropriate for more demanding task lighting projects where brighter illumination is required over the work surface. Select a dimmer with this model to achieve a near-seamless effect at any light level.

Color temperature comparison: 2700K, 3000K, 4000K

Color Temperature (Warmth)

RibbonFlex Pro White LED Tape Lighting is available in three color temperatures:

Soft white 2700K is similar to the color temperature of standard incandescent light bulbs, and produces a soothing, warm golden/yellow color.

Soft bright white 3000K is a little whiter, but is still warm, more like halogen light. It is a clean natural color and a popular balance between warm and cool white.
Bright white 4000K is a natural/neutral white, closer to the color of sunlight — not too cool and without a bluish tint.

Color temperature comparison: 2700K, 3000K, 4000K

Note: Models are not currently available in all color temperatures.
See each product page for current options.

 

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