Field-cuttable design allows for the smallest application constraints
Alloy LED announced the release of the RazorLine 3.7, a unique LED tape light featuring an ultra-narrow design for accent and task applications. At only 0.16 inches wide (4 millimeters), the tape light is designed to fit in the most compact spaces.
“As the thinnest tape in our portfolio, we designed the RazorLine 3.7 to fit into the tightest spaces that have limited surface areas,” says Max Darling, founder and CEO of Alloy LED. “Our goal is to provide high-quality solutions to meet specific application needs; it’s a perfect solution for display cases, drawers and other interior applications where typical tape lights can’t fit.”
The RazorLine 3.7 tape light’s tight diode pitch provides smooth, even distribution with a light output of 350 lumens per foot, packing a lot of lumens into a 4 millimeters wide tape. Offered in 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4200K and 5000K correlated color temperatures, the dimmable product has a high 95+ color rendering index for superior light quality, satisfying every application need.
As with all of Alloy’s LED products, the RazorLine 3.7 is designed for simple and quick installation. The tape light can be cut in the field, every 1.16 inches (UL 2108), and has a 16.4-foot maximum run length. Paired with the company’s designated aluminum channel and patent-pending, UL tested and approved Amp Champ Connectors, which offer optimal, solder-free connectivity, RazorLine 3.7 offers easy, secure and safe installations.
To learn more about Alloy LED’s RazorLine 3.7 LED Tape Light, visit: www.alloyled.com.