In these ecologically aware times, it is now widely agreed that LED lighting has earned its place in the market, being an incredibly bright and easy to install source of illumination, which also offers the extra benefit of significant energy savings. However, all LEDs are not equal, which is why, as part of its quest to provide a product for every application, Robert Horne Sign & Display has introduced its modular EnliteTM LED system.
The company has taken a proven off-the-peg design and completely redeveloped it to suit both the stringent safety regulations imposed by the European market and the requirements of UK signmakers. The result is a well designed and market leading lighting source that comes complete with an IP67 waterproof rating and offers the widest range of modules currently available. Signmakers can choose from five different sizes and up to six different colours, including a mini-version, which can be used whenever a small but waterproof light source is required.
EnliteTM is suitable for use in a wide variety of applications, including channel letter illumination, back light, indoor lighting, building façade lighting, neon replacement and advertisement signage. It is also very flexible, as power supplies can be routed over l0 metres away from the sign, without any visible voltage drop. Providing a bright and consistent light source, EnliteTM is also beguilingly quick and easy to use. The modules can be simply stuck into channel letters without any need for glass bending or heat sinking and can even be retrofitted into existing channel letters if required. But perhaps one of the most important benefits is that EnliteTM has the potential to last for up to ten years of useful life, thus reducing maintenance costs to the barest minimum.
EnliteTM is available in mini, two, four, six and nine LED modules. The two and four LED modules are available in orange, red, blue, green, white and amber, whilst the Mini EnliteTM modules are available in orange, red, blue, green and white. The six and nine LED modules are currently available in white only, but other colours are due to be introduced later in the year.