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Understanding How RGB Lighting Affects Design

Every day artists and designers utilize the RGBW color model as the basis for creating virtually any color in existence. LumaFilm engineers developed a lighting product adaptable to a variety design concept specifications. Although you may have heard the term, RGBW, you may not know what it is, how it works, or how it is used. Let’s explore to gain understanding into RGB and how it affects lighting design.

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Tech Tip: Installation | How do I Attach LumaFilm to the Ceiling or Wall?

LumaFilm light sheets simplify and speed installation on the job site. Lightweight and thin, simply attach to any surface including metal, wood, concrete or plastic, and then connect to the preprogrammed drivers. No additional bracing, stand offs, insulators or shims are required.

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5 Lighting Techniques That Work in any Building

For most building owners, interior and exterior lighting are a multipurpose feature their business needs. Architectural firms specializing in lighting design understand the two-fold purpose of functionality and style when implementing lighting systems into commercial structures. LumaFilm lighting products from Heilux make the perfect solutions for all types of lighting designs in almost any business setting. Below are five common lighting applications that will work for you.

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Tech Tip: Ingress Protection Ratings

Lighting manufacturers commonly provide IP, or Ingress Protection ratings for light fixtures, for example “IP65.” IP stands for “Ingress Protection” and provides an indication of an electrical device’s ability to protect electronics inside an enclosure from water and solids. This device could be a light, electrical box or your smartphone. IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) develops these tests and establishes a rating system.

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Tech Tip: Constant Current Drivers – Advantages Over Constant Voltage Drivers

LED lighting systems require drivers to convert electrical system high voltage AC power to low voltage DC power. Driver designs are constant current or constant voltage. LumaFilm lighting products leverage the advantages of constant current drivers to provide customers consistent, even lighting that is efficient and easy to install.

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3 Design Ideas Using LumaFilm LED Lights

LumaFilm expands your creativity to a world of endless possibilities in architectural lighting design. Since LumaFilm doesn’t emit heat, it brings the lighting closer to surfaces, decreasing the space needed for backlighting. It’s evenly diffused light works with any type of diffuser and minimizes the space needed for even lighting. The only question is, what do you want to do with it? Below are three of our favorite ideas for using LumaFilm products.

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Human Centric Lighting

While in New York City earlier this month I had the opportunity to sit in on a lecture put on by our partners, New York Digital, in NYC. The speakers, Mariana Figueiro, Ph.D., Director Lighting Research Center at RPI and Mark Rea, Ph.D., Director, Lighting Research Center at RPI did a great job of presenting the data behind claims about the impact of light on the human body. With LumaFilm’s form factor of thin, flexible and minimal heat, we are able to provide solutions using our tunable (color temperature changing) and RGBW (Red, Green, Blue, White) products.

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LightFair 2018 is Over and LumaFilm Continues a History of Innovation

When it comes to differentiating your designs, lighting can either make it or break it. Now, lighting is only limited by your imagination. Every LumaFilm attribute contributes to a unique design element. It allows specifiers to demand LumaFilm without worrying about shapes being too complex, incorrect as-built drawings or lumen output not appearing bright enough. For worry free, distinctive lighting, check these out!

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