SloanLED Introduces Lighting Solution for Small Channel Letters
Company touts improved efficacy on white variants.
SloanLED (Ventura, CA) has introduced its Prism12 Nano+, a 12 VDC LED channel letter lighting solution for routed acrylic block letter, shallow channel letter and backlit halo letter applications as shallow as 1 inch (25 mm).
Prism12 Nano+ is available in white (7200 K, 6500 K, 5000 K, 4000 K and 3000 K), red, green and blue. The company says it delivers several advancements over its predecessor with improved elliptical optics for better light distribution; more modules per driver with 250 white modules per 60 W power supply; 22 AWG cable for increased safety and reduced voltage drop; and efficacy of up to 160 lm/W.
“Vastly improved efficacy on the white variants is the most significant change to our next generation of Nano. The results are lower running costs, improved ROI for the end client, and modules per power supply which benefits everyone,” said Barry Blythe, director of sign product solutions at SloanLED.
Prism12 Nano+ comes with a 10-year parts and labor assistance warranty.
For more information, visit sloanled.com.
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