A system that has all the impact of Neon, is able to be turned into complex shapes or used for traditional Neon lettering effects, but has the advantage of being low-voltage with the ability to change colour, flash or strobe in a way that would just not be possible with traditional high-voltage neon transformers – this is what we call Faux Neon.
There are additional safety benefits in a system needing less protection; that is more robust, easier to install and gives off less heat – only consuming a fraction of the power, so keeping running costs lower and saving you money. Ongoing maintenance costs are also vastly reduced, if not almost eradicated, unlike the constant maintenance regime needed with complex Neon installations.
Add the ability to be dimmed, flashed or controlled with multi-channel inputs, it can not only be the basis of a general background lighting system, but is versatile enough to form part of a bold and brash lighting display to create visual highlights for those venues that might desire a little more impact with their music.
Consisting of a series of 12v or 24v LEDs, the system can be installed to header panels, bar facades and countertops in routed channels, finishing flush if required to add a surprise highlighting element to any modern décor.
It can be incorporated into bespoke overhead features or supplied as a series of standardised lettering to make up a variety of signs that replicate the Neon effect.
Hidden or backlit variations can add valuable lighting options to previously restricted areas, adding light to places you never thought possible; highlighting bookcases or display cabinets in reception areas as just one example.
A free initial consultation with the team at Technical Signs will reveal a company that is not only at the forefront of technical ability and craftsmanship, but when combined with our commitment to customer support, offers possibly the best service available in the industry today.