Tailored lighting solution: Pixels by WAC Lighting

Pixels is specifiable, scalable and modifiable, thereby extending boundaries of what can be evenly illuminated through flexible, modular and customizable LED sheets.
Pixels is specifiable, scalable and modifiable, thereby extending boundaries of what can be evenly illuminated through flexible, modular and customizable LED sheets. Photo credit: WAC Lighting

WAC Lighting has introduced Pixels for tailored architectural lighting solutions in hospitality settings. Pixels is specifiable, scalable and modifiable, thereby extending boundaries of what can be evenly illuminated through flexible, modular and customizable 12" x 24" LED sheets.

Pixels' lightweight, ultra-thin 1/8" profile mounts to curved or flat surfaces by tacking, stapling or using adhesive on the back. Push-in connectors are located every 6 inches to provide power on either side.

Users can create unusual shapes or avoid obstacles by cutting along the dotted lines in the sheet.

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Pixels is powered by daisy-chaining with integral push-in connectors or power from any square at soldering points provided. The luminaires are 0-10V dimming while delivering a 90 CRI and even illumination of translucent surfaces from as little as 1½ inches behind.

Five color temperatures are available: 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4000K and 5000K. Pixels can provide up to 1,000 lumens per square foot.

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