Tri-color options: Flex Tube SE RGB by Acclaim Lighting

Flex Tube SE RGB provides a 160-degree beam angle, while operating off of 24-volt DC power.

Acclaim Lighting has launched the Flex Tube SE RGB, a side-emitting, outdoor-rated, flexible LED tube providing virtually any color combination for exterior lighting applications.

Controlled with a DMX-512 for dimming options, Flex Tube SE RGB provides a 160-degree beam angle, while operating off of 24-volt DC power. Flex Tube SE RGB is available in color temperatures of 2700K, 3000K 3500K and 4000K. It provides 120 lumens, while consuming only 3.3 watts of power per foot. It maintains 70 percent of its lumens for 50,000 hours at 77 degrees F.

For long-term performance, Flex Tube SE RGB features a white UV-stabilized coated, saltwater-resistant, flexible PVC jacket with silicone top. It has a minimum bend radius of 12 inches and can be cut to a length every 3.25 inches for customized lighting applications. The flexible LED tube is IP68-rated and submersible to three feet.

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Available in 23-foot spools, Flex Tube SE RGB performs in temperatures of -40 to 131 degrees F and can be installed in temperatures from -32 to 113 degrees F. Acclaim Lighting also offers a self-lock mounting channel, allowing users to install the products into a variety of applications for indirect, direct view and surface-mount.

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