Lamps change way colour is seen
May 16, 2018 – Unique Lighting Systems has introduced its new Flex Gold Vivid Series LED lamps, available in two adjustable colour types.
The Vivid CCT is a white lamp with an adjustable temperature that enables the true colour of outdoor elements to vibrantly shine, while the Vivid RGB lamp is an adjustable colour changing lamp to add a touch of colour to any outdoor environment.
Lighting is a significant factor in extending the value, security and beauty of any outdoor space. It sets the mood for outdoor events, creates a secure and welcoming environment, and enables businesses to extend hours to increase profitability. Many standard colour outdoor lamps may cause some outdoor elements to appear muddy, harsh, yellowed or blue. However, Vivid CCT lamps with adjustable colour temperature enable the natural tones of outdoor elements to show just as brilliantly at night as they do during the day. For a more dramatic effect, Vivid RGB lamps adjust between red, blue, green and yellow to suit any mood, holiday or special event.
“Until now, outdoor lighting has been limited to one particular hue or color temperature,” Burnett Jones, business manager for Unique Lighting Systems, said. “These lamps change that by allowing you to alter the colour temperature or hues to suit a specific need or design scheme. It is a game changer in the world of outdoor lighting design.”
Exclusively available from Unique Lighting Systems, Vivid CCT and Vivid RGB lamps drop into most Unique Lighting fixtures, as well as other major outdoor lighting brand fixtures so existing systems can be easily retrofitted. A mobile app is also available to conveniently make colour adjustments from a phone or tablet. The Flex Gold Vivid app is available for Android and iOS systems.
For more information on Flex Gold Vivid Series lamps and Unique Lighting Systems’ outdoor lighting products, visit www.UniqueLighting.com.
To see a video of the lamps at work, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiFCyxwni5k.
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