Products, Materials & Tools | Jan 27, 2010

Stanley Electric (Japan) Introduced New Slim Stick Light Strip

Stanley Electric of Japan has introduced the Slim Stick S; an ultra slim LED strip for general lighting applications (STN0101N, STW010N, STN0201N and STW0201N).

The light strips consists of 2 basic types; a 30 pc and a 15 pc light strip device; with 10mm and 20 mm pitch respectively. Each available in cool white 5000k and warm white 3300k and therefore covering the most usable colours.
 
Designed for indoor use and using Stanley’s own PLCC2 high reliability type LEDs. Each strip can be interconnected by simply using Stanley’s dedicated linkable connector. The strips are both 299mm long and are 14mm wide for the 30 LED version and 10mm wide for the 15 LED versions.
 
Ideal for concealed lighting for Hotels, shops, lobbies; located in walls; stairs; handrails, counters etc. Ideally suitable for showcases store fixtures; and under shelf lighting.
 
For more information, please contact Steve Froy (sfroy@stanleyelectric.co.uk) at Stanley Electric or see http://www.stanley-nlb.com/en

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