Illuminated letter: Luxe from Gemini

Luxe is illuminated with specially designed, UL-certified LEDs that use less power while providing brilliance and diffusion for a dramatic glow.
The accent lights are illuminated with UL-certified LEDs that use less power while providing brilliance and diffusion for a dramatic glow.

Gemini has introduced the new Luxe line of illuminated letters.

Luxe is a seamless, trimless and 1-1/2-inch deep, low-profile design illuminated with specially designed, UL-certified LEDs that use less power while providing brilliance and diffusion for a dramatic glow.

The lights are available in translucent acrylic with stainless steel back, as well as premium designs including Return-lit, Face-lit, Halo-lit, Face and Halo-lit and Trimless Back models. These choices merge the accuracy of machined acrylic with 3M Scotchcal translucent films, painted returns or faces, or Chemetal faces. Customization option include sizes, finishes and colors. Luxe also has a removable back, offering complete access to the interior of the machined acrylic letter, for cleaning or service if needed.

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Translucent faces include 15 different colors of film, while solid paint finishes are available in unlimited colors. In addition, five LED colors are available including 6500K white, 3000K warm white, red, blue or green.

Photo credit: Gemini

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