Colorbeam Lighting delivers a revolutionary low voltage lighting system that offers an immersive lighting experience. Colorbeam delivers a revolutionary low voltage lighting technology which continuously advances innovation in the lighting industry. Our trendy fixtures eliminate the need for traditional ROMEX wire and deliver an overall positive impact on our carbon footprint.
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But Colorbeam thinks its Cat 5 solution is ready for the home. The low-hanging fruit is the commercial market, where buildings have drop ceilings, long expensive wire runs, frequently-changing office layouts, demanding codes for energy efficiency, and in-house staff to maintain a networked lighting system that has more to do with networks than with lighting. Colorbeam employs the popular DMX lighting-control protocol for communications.
Transformation of space, dynamic scene settings, lifestyle and wellness applications are just some of the features and benefits AV integrators can now deliver to customers. Low Voltage LED lighting technology is disrupting the lighting industry creating a new revenue stream opportunity for AV and low voltage technology integrators as AV integrators strive to deliver comprehensive experiential solutions. AV installers are already familiar with low voltage wiring, and low voltage LED lighting opens the door for the AV installer to not only complete the entire scope of electrical work, but do so with the entire wiring project in mind… all while opening the door for new revenue opportunities.
Recessed luminaries can be connected to each other in a daisy chain. The amount of luminaries that can be connected on the same daisy chain depends on the wattage of the recessed luminaries being used. The maximum wattage allowed in one chain is 36 watts. LED tapes on the other hand, must be installed in parallel. This is what powers and controls the lights. Recessed luminaries use a RJ45 connector with a category cable, while LED tapes can use just about any wire but preferably a 16 gauge, or 12 gauge for very long distances.