American Lighting has expanded its selection of 12VAC products, by adding to its Hybrid 3, STL68 and NeonFlex Series of products.
The company states the introduction of these products provides integrators, lighting designers and architects a choice of efficient lighting products that addresses a range of indoor or outdoor installations.
American Lighting says the Hybrid 3 12VAC tape light carries an IP65 rating for wet locations and it features an encased, flexible housing that supports its placement in locations such as landscapes and indoor environments where it can be used for accent lighting. The product is available in 2700K and 3000K versions with a high 90+ CRI. The Hybrid 3 12VAC products are dimmable from 5% to 100% and they withstand temperatures from -22 degrees to 113-degrees Fahrenheit.
The STL68 12VAC Submersible Standard Grade tape light is IP68 rated. American Lighting notes that integrators can use this product for installations such as small ponds and fountain lighting. The STL68 12VAC product is available in 3000K with a high 90+CRI and a 120-degree beam angle. Like the Hybrid 3 solutions, the STL68 Series is dimmable from 5% to 100% and it works with most ELV and TRIAC dimmers. Additionally, the STL68 12VAC Submersible Standard Grade tape light operates in temperatures ranging from 41-degrees Fahrenheit to 158-degrees Fahrenheit.
Rounding out the new 12VAC products is the NeonFlex Series of products.
American Lighting states the NeonFlex 12VAC VAC RGBW Side Bend AC RF Kit provides flexible lighting control for installations such as an accent solution for all-season purposes. According to the company, the linear NeonFlex 12VAC product features side-bend flexibility, and it delivers 140 lumen per foot with radio frequency (RF) controlled RGBW. The company points out that integrators can cut the product every 1.4-inches and integrators can utilize the lighting for runs as long as 20 feet.
The UL-listed NeonFlex product incorporates UV resistant polyurethane construction and it operates in temperatures from 25-degrees Fahrenheit to 140-degrees Fahrenheit.