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Featured | Components | LED Modules | Flexible Modules | Nov 01, 2020

LUXTECH Introduces LUXroll: Architectural-Grade Flex Family

LUXroll by LUXTECH brings a new standard of architectural quality, versatility, and ease of use to the flexible LED module market. Every SKU has repeating sets of poke-in connectors in a familiar 20 mm PCB width so there is no need for soldering. LUXTECH LED modules are designed to be used in fixtures of any shape or size without sacrificing yield.

Technical Specifications:
•    Poke-In Connectors
•    Width: 20mm (0.787")
•    44' Reel Length
•    3M Adhesive Backing
•    LED Pitch: 0.5"
•    3 Step MacAdam Ellipse Color Binning

Cuttability:

•    White, TW, WD:  0.5"
•    RGB, RGBW:  2"

Power:

•    White, TW, WD: 36V Constant Current
•    RGB, RGBW: 24V Constant Voltage

Instead of stocking rigid boards in multiple lengths, it's simple to unwind the standard 44' LUXroll reels and cut to any length required (every ½" for white/tunable white/warm dim - every 2" for RGB/RGBW). Every aspect of LUXroll's design is thoughtfully engineered for ease of use with specification-grade light, low end brightness uniformity, and color consistency. The common LED pitch across the family make it a breeze to swap all five LUXroll flavors in the same fixture design.

Try LUXroll for yourself and optimize your fixture assembly process with the highest quality flexible LED modules. All LUXTECH LED Modules are stocked in Philadelphia.

"Our vision for LUXroll is to combine all of the best features of both rigid and flexible LED modules with architectural light performance, all while keeping ease of use for our customers a top design priority." –

Sean Darras, LUXTECH CEO

Request LUXroll Samples today!

About LUXTECH LED Modules:

LUXTECH designs & manufactures versatile, specification-grade LED modules for architectural lighting manufacturers. 

"We are a collection of engineers, designers and researchers based out of Philadelphia, PA and proudly work with architectural fixture manufacturers and teams around the world. Besides being inquisitive and inventive thinkers, we are also personable – we make sure our customers' needs are heard and their expectations exceeded.  We believe lighting has the power to define our world: it can elicit a mood, improve appearances, enhance performance, and influence our behavior. By pushing the latest lighting technology and manufacturing exceptionally built modules with the utmost customer care, we believe we can elevate illumination to foster a better world." -

Graham Merrifield, LUXTECH Senior Applications Engineer

Request LUXroll Samples today!

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