Eyeleds Open Your Home to Warm LED Lighting

Lighting Science Group has made its Eyeleds indoor and outdoor LED surface lighting products available in the United States.

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Eyeleds can light up rooms such as your bedroom

Who isn’t looking for a way to jazz up their home these days? One way is some new lighting, and an elegant and green way to go about it is LED style.

Now there’s a new option for LEDs in the U.S., as Lighting Science Group has announced the availability of its Eyeleds solid-state decorative lighting systems.

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The ultra-thin, recessed Eyeleds can provide surface lighting pizazz to indoor spaces like bedrooms and kitchens, and outdoor areas such as sidewalks and driveways.

Eyeleds are only 1/4-inch deep, work on 12VDC and use as little as 3 watts per light point, the company says. Their versatility ranges with installation in building materials like carpeting, hardwood, laminate, stone, porcelain, ceramic, quartz, rubber, cork and bamboo — plus they can be installed by the average DIYer.

Products include:

  • FloorLeds for indoor flooring applications, available in five colors and three lens shapes, and hard-wired in chains of three to 20 light points;
  • Multi — for indoor use, also in five colors and three shapes, suited as accent lights or night lights;
  • Eyeleds Outdoor — architectural, recessed walk-over landscape lighting and available in round lens style
  • PowerEye — uses a high-power LED light source, in 60 and 45 degree light beam versions for use ranging from decorative to ambient light source;
  • ColorEye — programmable lighting system using red, green and blue LEDs, operated by a control unit (sequencer) so you can have a variety of combinations and scenes.

Is it time to color your world?

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