Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Laser Wire Retail Packaging Lighting Demo/Install

POP Displays are there to attract attention. Sure companies these days are using LED's, and EL Wire, but have you seen any using Laser Wire? Maybe not today, but over the next few years, many companies will start using this fantastic lighting technology for many reasons:

1. Size - They say size matters, but in the lighting world, it really does. Being able to tuck your lighting elements and hide them into places is of huge importance to the retail  industry. Seeing wires or bulky circuit boards are rarely desired, so having a clean, neat lighting element to enhance various facets of a lighting installs are needed in the industry. Laser Wire by Fibrance addresses these issues using an overall diameter of about 0.9mm.

2. Flexibility - Most wires have an internal wire membrane inside which keeps the wire relatively rigid, and keeps a memory. For areas where straight lines are needed, this simply is not acceptable. Making a wire with a memory straight can be an undertaking, but when using Laser Wire by Fibrance, your issues are solved. Because there is no internal core, the wire does not keep a memory like other products. When comparing the flexibility to any other wire source, the lack of core makes the wire extremely flexible and able to be used in countless retail applications.

3. Brightness - When attracting attention, people are naturally drawn to glowy, blinky things (that's the technical term). Seeing the brilliance of Laser Wire by Fibrance needs to be seen in person, as there's nothing on the planet quite like this.

Below is a quick demonstration on how to incorporate Laser Wire by Fibrance into your next lighting project.

For more details or questions, contact us at or call 877-615-6556.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

LED Neon Flex Replaces Neon Technology

Neon lights and signs have been popular advertising and promotional tools for many years, and it’s pretty easy to see why. Nothing adds that dramatic, eye-catching effect quite like neon lighting. Neon lights and signs have managed to stay relevant for decades, but the technology used to create these mesmerizing lights is now being replaced. Many companies, large and small, are now replacing traditional neon tubes with an innovative light source called LED Neon Flex. This lighting is known for its flexibility, literally and figuratively. It offers safety, ease, and quality at a lower cost than traditional neon tubing. The flexibility and sleek design of this tubing expand the possibilities for the design of neon lights on buildings, signs, and more. Neon Flex lighting is guaranteed to provide all the drama of traditional neon lights with less hassle and at a more affordable price. 

LED Neon Flex lights are safer than traditional neon lights, for people and the environment. Traditional tubes contain potentially harmful gases like mercury and neon. They are contained in glass tubes, which always have the risk of breaking. Neon Flex lights are wrapped in a flexible polymer, eliminating the risk of harm due to breakage. These lights are even cool to the touch! Most importantly, these lights do not contain harmful gases. Instead, these lights are created using light emitting diodes (LEDs). 

Neon Flex lights are easier to work with, install, and are even easier to package and ship. This is because of their sleek, space-saving design. Neon Flex tubes are thinner than traditional tubing, which can allow for more detailed lighting design. And much thanks to the wonders of LED technology, there are even a wider range of animation options. Neon Flex lights are also available in more colors than traditional neon lights. Colors can even be customized or made to change. This neon lighting will shine brighter and clearer, great for ensuring that signs are noticed from afar. And because Neon Flex lighting uses less energy than the traditional neon technology, these lights provide higher quality lighting at a lower cost. These flexible neon lights have the potential to pay for themselves in no time, and there will be no need to worry with maintenance.
Because they are virtually maintenance-free, companies are able to eliminate the cost of replacement and/or damage. LED Neon Flex lights will soon replace all traditional glass neon tubing because they shine brighter, clearer, and longer.

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