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        UniString is a surface-mounted, exterior-rated and compact-sized architectural LED direct view string that is designed for architectural and media façade outdoor lighting applications.The robust mechanical design, easy installation and unique optical lenses make UniString ideal for buildings/media facades, bridges, arenas, theatres, amusement parks and recreational centres.Available in white, monochromatic colours, RGB, RGBW and tunable white.Available in symmetrical and asymmetrical optical distributions with DMX control option to give architects and designers the freedom to explore a wide range of concepts and design with no limitations.

        Benefits

        Available in three sizes and three power ranges to fit any application requirements.
        Robust design and IP66 rating for outdoor use.
        Asymmetric beam option available to provide higher efficiency, better visual clearance and reduce lighting pollution in tall buildings and towers
        Through wiring for power and DMX data via IP67 connectors
        Available in track- and surface-mounting options

        Features

        Standard: RGBW, RGB, 2,700 K, 3,000 K and 4,000 K
        Optional 5,000 K, Monochromatic Colours and Tunable White
        Standard pixel pitch of 125 mm (centre-to-centre) for small and medium sizes
        Standard pixel pitch of 200 mm (centre-to-centre) for large sizes
        Customised mounting tracks available (sold separately)

        Applications

        Bridges, Monuments, Facades
        Landscaping
        Parks and plazas

        Warning & Safety

        For outdoor use only
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