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Contemporary / Modern 12" Tape Light from the InvisiLED Pro Collection
Impossibly thin and discreet, this durable and functional one foot tape light from the InvisiLED Pro collection is the perfect solution for those hard-to-light places! Using an impossibly small 3 watts, this tape light puts out an incredible 200 lumens per foot! Built to last, this rugged tape light has a potential life of 50,000 hours and is dimmable with an ELV dimmer. Field cuttable every 2 inches makes sure that you get the right application for your needs.
WAC Lighting introduces a Revolution in Lighting INVISILED« Tape Lights feature the latest energy efficient LED technology in an extremely low profile that will make you wonder where the light is coming from. Flexible and available in a variety of colors, it can be installed in a wide range of applications. Whether you have a new construction or remodeling project, INVISILED« can update your design with a "green" solution.
- Dimmable with ELV dimmer
- Field cuttable every 2" or at the end of every run
- Run length up to 40 feet with 100w power supply
- Run length of 25 feet with 60w power supply
- Length: 12
- Lumens per Foot: 200
- Potential Life: 50,000
- Wattage: 3w
- Voltage: 24v
About WAC Lighting
Innovative and integrated systems technologies are hallmarks of the WAC Lighting product line. WAC Lighting has developed a stellar reputation for high quality decorative and task lighting lines backed by an extraordinary level of service. Leading the industry’s sustainability charge, WAC Lighting has contributed to social progress with responsible manufacturing practices and energy saving technology.
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do you use regular wall plug for power supply or direct wiring give instructions on installing