Input Voltage(V) 12V
Lamp Power(W) 16
CRI (Ra>) 75
Working Temperature(℃) 0-50
Protection level Ip33
Lexible fiber made of glass or plastic
Fiber optic lighting utilises optical fiber (flexible fiber made of glass or plastic) to transmit light from a light source to a remote location. It is comprised of a core and cladding (coating) that trap light, allowing light to travel long distances.
Looking like a neon or fluorescent tube
Fiber optic lighting uses optical fiber as a “light pipe,” transmitting light from a source through the fiber to a remote location. The light may be emitted from the end of the fiber creating a small spotlight effect (also called “end glow”) or emitted from the outside of the fiber along its length, looking like a neon or fluorescent tube (also called “side glow”).
What is fiber optic lighting used for and what makes it so special
Fiber optic lighting can be used to create amazing effects, remember what was said in the first paragraph “transmit light from a light source to a remote location” that is one of the most powerful features.
The light is fed through the fiber optic strands meaning the light source can be kept at a distance from the lighting display and the source is the only part of a fiber optic system that contains electricity.
This means you can easily light up the bottom of a swimming pool in spectacular fashion by dipping the illuminated fiber optic strands in the water.
Fiber optic lighting can be used for amazing lighting displays without a lot of work, while there is a consumer market, I would say the B2B market, hotels, function venues, holiday homes, resorts that is probably the more lucrative of the market.