Alloy LED announced the release of PowerLine™ 300 Driverless LED Tape Light, the newest addition to its innovative and popular PowerLine Driverless LED tape family.
The new PowerLine 300 is a perfect complement to the existing PowerLine product line-up as it features ultra-long runs (up to 164 feet) and a new tighter diode pitch for reduced hot spots. Available with both 120V hardwire and plug-in options, the new product provides up to 337 lumens per foot and is offered in 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K correlated color temperatures (CCT). With a full spectrum 95+ color rendering index (CRI) for superior light quality, the PowerLine 300 is offered in ETL Listed custom lengths and is IP65 rated for indoor and outdoor installations in wet and dry locations.
“Alloy LED is one of the only companies that offers custom lengths of hard-wired, ETL Listed 120V linear light. Because 120V tape light can’t be cut in the field and retain its ETL listing, Alloy LED has become an ETL factory, making a line voltage linear light that is cut to our customers’ specifications and designed to perform in critical building inspections,” says Max Darling, founder and CEO of Alloy LED.
With its capability for extra-long runs without the need for a power connection, the PowerLine 300 is a perfect choice for both residential and commercial applications, including long coves and exterior trims. PowerLine 300 is delivered cut, sealed and ready to install with a splice or power cable. Extension cables and mounting tracks are also available to cover a variety of project needs.
PowerLine 300 is one series of the complete PowerLine Tape Light family, which also includes PowerLine 200 and PowerLine 400. With the highest quality direct-connect LED lighting and the most configurations on the market today, all PowerLine tape is delivered custom-cut and ETL listed for easy and safe installations. Offering 95+ CRI (color rendering index), continuous runs up to 164 feet, and up to 400 lumens per foot brightness, all models are IP65 rated and compatible with household AC dimmer switches.
For more information, visit: www.alloyled.com.